Deerwalk Futsal Tournament 2014 kicked off from 20th July. This year, we had a total of 13 teams participating, 10 from boys side and 3 from girls side where each team comprised of 8-10 members. The boy’s teams were divided into two groups and league matches were held in each group. The runners-up and winners of each group qualified for the semi-finals and final matches. The girl’s teams played the league matches and the top two teams with most points qualified for the finals. The opening match was in between the defending champion, QA NINJA [A] Kōga Vs Canteen Football Team. In total there were 28 matches played and more than 100 goals scored.
With the help of the design team, I learned how to use several software programs. They showed me how they utilized Photoshop to create mockups, Dreamweaver to edit the HTML and CSS code of websites, and Wordpress to create functional sites. Mr. Kanchan Raj Pandey introduced me to the new software and its capabilities. With Ankita, a fellow intern, we explored new tools and created projects using what we learned.
After a long and tiresome flight of twenty hours or so, from Kathmandu to Doha to Boston, I was happy to find Abanish and Namita waiting for me at Boston’s Logan airport and I was eager for an amazing US experience.
I had thought that my world cup fever would subside in America but, to my surprise, Sanjeev and Ashay took me to Rudra’s house on the very first day to watch the semifinal match between Netherlands and Argentina. Muna, Erica and Mahika were already cheering and we joined them in watching the greatest show on earth.
It was a hectic month of visa applications along with my regular work at Deerwalk before I could breathe a sigh of relief when my application was accepted. I was overjoyed and, at the same time, a little anxious about what to expect when I finally got to the US.
Deertalk 2014 Season 5 had Sajana Shakya, Sunita Singh, Sumira Shrestha, Prince Hamal, Suraj Byanju, Swoyambhu Shrestha, Dinesh Gautam, Bibek Dahal and Ganesh Regmi as its participants. It was another season filled with compelling speeches and amusing performances. Sunita and Swoyambhu were consistent with their level of admirable deliveries and as a result were the
Deerwalk is pleased to announce the 3.2.0 release of Makalu.
This release includes the following key features:
Our clients and the nation are concerned with the increasing rates of members being readmitted to acute care hospitals. This report is designed to show hospital re-admission information for ‘all’ diagnoses and by specific condition. Users can view 7and 30 day re-admission rates in the current release and in a future release 15 day readmission rates will added.
It was a season filled with great speeches and the interest manifested itself with some admirable efforts from the participants involved. Sabnam and Neelam were leading the points table from the very first session. With smart and thought provoking speeches every episode they seemed to bring out the best in each other. Mukesh, Krishna, Prakash, Rakshya and Abhinav rounded off the season with admirable zest and effort that won them plenty of applause and prizes on numerous occasions.
Deerwalk is pleased to announce the 3.1.0 release of Makalu. This release includes the following key features:
Data Search for Visits and Admissions
New functionality has been added so that when a user drills down into visits or admissions under Utilization Metrics in the Financial Analytics module they are taken directly to a screen that gives them more detail on the member’s admission/ER Visit. Users can then drilldown further to view all the claims for those services.
84/300 Deerwalkers showcased their dancing talent for this unofficial Pharell Williams “Happy” video. The impromptu attempt from our fellow Deerwalkers was praise worthy. Our videographer Kanchan Raj Pandey took a round at Deerwalk complex and shot the video with the employees he encountered on the way, from Canteen and the Gym to the Meeting Halls and Workstations. This video is all Deerwalk through and through.
Raw text in clinical notes originating from a physician or nurse is invaluable. A significant quantity of meaningful clinical content is buried in the free text. Due to the unstructured nature of these notes, the conventional data-mining methods cannot be directly used. Many healthcare organizations are struggling to make sense of unstructured clinical notes and are losing out on the full potential of newly adopted Electronic Medical Records (EMR). The clinical details from these text complements the structured details and needs to be harnessed for decision-support, patient care and qualitative analytics. Deerwalk presents Clinical Notes Mining Service (CNMS), a feature designed to extract clinical elements from unstructured notes.