Students Complete J.D. Edwards Honors Program

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<p><strong>Lincoln, Neb. &mdash; May 21</strong><br />Ciscare Inc., which specializes in the application of mobile devices and intuitive user interfaces designed to streamline physician work flow, has announced the completion of work being done by students in the J. D. Edwards Honors Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. </p><p>The program allowed upper-level students in the honors program to gain invaluable experience working on real-world projects. In addition, Ciscare sent participating students to HIMSS this February to help them gain more healthcare industry experience.<br /><br />The Honors Program is an advanced curriculum for IT and management education. </p><p>Ciscare&#39;s project, a collaboration with the university on the Mobile Electronic Provider Ordering (MEPO) system, was selected for the design studio project from a slate of competitors for the 2006-2007 academic year. </p><p>MEPO is an innovative solution for mobile computerized physician order entry that allows physicians and other health-care providers to quickly and efficiently input their most common orders with just a tap or two on their handheld screens.<br /><br />&quot;This group of students gained remarkable experience by working on this project and attending HIMSS, where they learned from a variety of healthcare professionals,&quot; said Dr. Samuel Caughron, Ciscare president and CEO. &quot;Collaborating on the project and interacting with health-care professionals gave them real-world experience beyond what can be taught in the classroom.&quot;</p>

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