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DB&A Innovates On-line Learning

May 15, 2007

To help our clients develop compelling learning environments, DB&A has completed the development of its Learning Environment Framework, or LEF.  The LEF ensures that all aspects of a learning environment are planned and are supportive of one another so that the experience of the learner is maximized. 

DB&A Delivers WAP Navigation Templates for Idhunna Offerings

March 29, 2007

DB&A today delivered its completed internet site navigation and WAP navigation templates to Idhunna for use in developing its unique online user experience to enable its customers to Connect - Share - Remember.  Once fully developed, these navigation templates will represent some of the most innovative and leading edge uses of the internet and mobile communication devices for group logistics and communications.

DB&A Presents on Human Tissue Management Reengineering at SAFMLS

February 26, 2007

DB&A presented a workshop at the Society for Armed Services Medical Laboratory Scientists in Boston on February 26th.  The session was delivered in partnership with Biomedical Synergies, a provider of human tissue management software and professional services.

President of DB&A Publishes Book Chapter on Intellectual Capital

January 21, 2007

David Buczek, The President of DB&A, published a chapter titled Retaining Intellectual Capital: A Manager's Perspective in the book Human Resources Management: Contemporary Issues, Challenges and Opportunities (© 2007, Information Age Publishing, Charlotte). The chapter suggests that in many firms intellectual capital is the core value that the enterprise has to offer its customers or constituents, and therefore, it must be managed aggressively. 

DB&A Supports Creation of Southeast Michigan Health Information Exchange

November 1, 2006

DB&A has been asked to work with Altarum Institute to develop a proposal for a regional health information exchange (HIE) in Southeast Michigan.  The innovative HIE will be supported by the "big three" auto manufacturers, local medical professional societies, and large insurance entities as a way to reduce the administrative burden and costs associated with health care.

DB&A Completes Strategic Planning and Performance Measurement Project for DoD Patient Safety Program

October 1, 2006

DB&A has completed a strategic planning and performance measurement project for the multi-Service DoD Patient Safety Program (PSP).  The end result of the project is an agreed to strategic business plan with associated performance metrics which will allow the DoD PSP to align its operations with the Military Health Systems strategic objectives. 

DB&A to Support Business Start-Up Idhunna

July 15, 2006

DB&A has been asked to support the development of Idhunna, an web-based business designed to help people Connect-Share-Remember loved ones, by defining a multi-channel delivery strategy and business architectures, including WAP-enabled user experience for Idhunna, making its web-based.  The project will leverage advances in Internet technologies and unique market partnerships to develop compelling offerings for Idhunna across its target markets.

DB&A to Support Business Start-Up Intelligence-Next

March 1, 2006

DB&A has been asked to support the development of Intelligence-Next, an internet-based business start-up offering on-line collaboration gateway environments to its clients.  Leveraging the power of inter-connected collaboration features, Intelligence-Next will be able to provide its on-line innovative on-line capabilities to come together and collaborate around detailed information in ways previously unavailable. 

DB&A Partners With VMD Systems Integrators

February 15, 2006

DB&A is pleased to announce the formation of a business partnership with VMD Systems integrators of Vienna, Virginia.  VMD will provide systems development expertise to support DB&A in developing the Blood Bank Surveillance System for the Armed Services Blood Program. 

DB&A Awarded SBIR Phase II Contract by U.S. DoD

February 14, 2006

DB&A is awarded a Phase II SBIR development contract by the Office of the Secretary of Defense to fully develop the Blood Bank Surveillance System, BBSS, for the Armed Services Blood Program.