However, the primary user tends to be a physician, Rick Pettine, e.health business development manager at Siemens, told CRMDaily.
"The content that is displayed on the dashboard is content that is relevant to that particular user," he
said."It might be his
own patient list, maybe his
schedule or third-party resources that he
accesses each day."
In many ways, the product is like myYahoo.com
said, "but with much more robust hooks and oriented to healthcare.It's a secure access to data repositories that is customizable by the end-user."
It was the personalization features of BroadVision's platform that led Siemens
to choose the vendor in the first place.
"BroadVision's adherence to industry standards and BroadVision One-To-One Enterprise's personalization capabilities are complementary components to the Dashboard architecture," Pettine
"Enhancing our relationship with BroadVision
has allowed Siemens
to extend the delivery options for our customers, as well as market reach for our integrated products and partners," he
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