Publications

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Care-gap in the Treatment of Patients with High Risk for Fractures in a Single Canadian Academic Center
A number of clinical prediction tools are available to stratify patients into low, moderate and high risk for fractures in future. These tools are valuable in determining which patients should be initiated on an anti-resorptive agent. Bone Destiny (operationalized by Inovex) is a validated tool which can accurately predict a patient’s 10 year fracture risk. Patients are stratified into colours (green, yellow, orange, red and purple) which range from low to high 10 year risk. Patients in the purple and red range are deemed to be at very high and high risk respectively (10 year fracture risk >20%), and should be treated with an anti-resorptive agent. The goal of this study is to assess if a care gap exists in patients deemed at high risk of fractures using the Bone Destiny tool, and also if a similar gap exists in patients with a T-score in the osteoporosis range. Read More

Interprovincial differences in the achievement of K/DOQI targets of mineral metabolism in Canada
This medical paper was developed using data gathered from RenalPhotoGraph.com (which Inovex developed and maintains for Genzyme Canada).  Inovex was credited in the acknowledgements for its contributions to the paper.
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Implementing a Region-Wide Mobile Solution for Water and Wastewater Data Collection and Quality Assurance – WCWWA 2007 Conference & Trade Show
A technical paper illustrating how Inovex’s Canvass Mobile Data Collection System can be used to improve operational efficiency and quality control in a Regional water and wastewater infrastructure.
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Real-Time Web-based System Monitoring – Using Real Time Data Acquisition in Industry v.2
This article is identical to the article below. It was published internationally in the March/April 2007 issue of IEEE’s Industry Applications magazine.
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Real-Time Web-based System Monitoring – Using Real Time Data Acquisition in Industry v.2
An article published for the Pulp and Paper Industry Technology Conference at PPIC 2006, this article is of a similar nature to a previous article delivered at PAPTAC 2005 (as seen below), but speaks more to newer technologies (such as AJAX) and their application in real-time system monitoring over the web.
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