Available Mobile Applications in today’s Industry: Wireless access: phone.com Alerting services: myalert.com Location services: airflash.com Intranet applications: imedeon.com Banking services: macalla.com Web access: wapforum.com Mobile agents: tryllian.com Wireless Networks : Infrastructure-based networks cellular systems (base station infrastructure) Ad...

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) Protects health insurance coverage for workers and their families when they change or lose their jobs. Administrative Simplification provision is composed of four parts, each of which have generated a variety of "rules" promulgated by the Department of Health and Human Services. The...

Continued from Part 1…  This article discuss common healthcare terms from a payer perspective and gives a overview basic HIPAA messages. POS: Point-of-service plans are health benefit arrangements that evolved in response to consumer desire for broader choice in physicians and health care facilities. Health maintenance organizations offer POS plans to give their members a choice of either in-network benefits or out-of-network benefits. "In-network" refers to health care professionals and facilities that are members...

This article discuss common healthcare terms from a payer perspective and gives a overview basic HIPAA messages. Common healthcare terms: Payer Plan Provider Member Subscriber Claim Product COB (Coordination of benefits) PCP (Primary Care Provider) Capitation HIPAA Healthcare payer services: Revenue Management Customer Service Product Management Consumer Management Risk Management Care Management Provider Management Member Management Reimbursement Management Standard Code Sets: ICD-9-CM    Diagnosis & Inpatient Procedures...

Adding and Tracking Defects Locating and repairing defects is an essential phase in application development. Defects can be detected and reported by developers, testers, and end users in all stages of the testing process. Using TestDirector, you can report defects detected in the application, and track them until they are repaired. In this lesson, you will learn about:...

Running Tests Manually When you run a test manually, you follow the test steps and perform operations on your application. You compare the expected results with the actual outcome and record the results. You can execute a test as many times as you want. Test results are stored separately for each run. Note that you can run both manual and automated tests manually....

Adding Tests to a Test Set : Once you have defined a test set, you can add copies of tests from the project to your test set. In the following exercise, you will add tests to the Mercury Tours Demo test set. To add a test to a test set: 1 Display the Test Lab module. Click the Test Lab tab. 2 Display the Execution Grid tab. Select the Mercury Tours Demo test...

Running Tests – Defining Test Sets Running tests is the core of the testing process. As your application changes, you run the manual and automated tests in your project in order to locate defects and assess quality. You start by creating test sets and choosing which tests to include in each set. A test set is a group of tests in a TestDirector project database...

Quality Center – Test Plan Module Web based application with the following features Requirement management Test plan Test lab Defects management Test Plan Workflow:   Test Strategy: Testing techniques (stress test, load test, etc). Resources (hardware, personnel, etc) Time taken Defects classification Test Subjects Divide the different functions into...

Mercury Quality Center Formerly Test Director: The purpose of this article to cover the following topics: Testdirector Introduction Understanding the Testdirector Interface. Understanding Requirement Analysis Module Of Testdirector. Quality Center – Introduction Quality Center is an enterprise-wide application that is based on Java 2, Enterprise Edition...