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Government Case Management

Case Management System

Governments handle a considerable amount of data for the benefit of citizens. Effective data and case management thus becomes critical in the provision of vital services. For example, a smoothly functioning judicial system is critical to the well being of the society. NEC provides solutions that enable judges, prosecutors and lawyers to manage cases efficiently.

Food Safety

To help cities protect their food supply, NEC has developed a solution to monitor food imports. The system tracks all food imports, ensures that the sampling is done properly and produces results in a timely fashion so that imports can be cleared quickly.

Disease Outbreak Management

NEC has also developed a disease reporting system that locates the outbreak of contagious diseases geographically so that hotspots can be uncovered on a map. This allows governments to direct resources accordingly and perhaps impose policies to limit the spread.

National Immunization

Immunization enables countries to reduce the likelihood of outbreaks of dangerous diseases such as measles, mumps, rubella, pertussis (whooping cough) and polio. By getting immunized, the person is protected from these diseases. At the same, if a large percentage of the population is immunized, it creates what is known as herd immunity.

Herd immunity gives protection to sub-groups from contagious diseases such as polio or pertussis. These sub-groups, such as infants and children, might not be immunized yet, but are less likely to get the disease because the incidence of disease in the population is low as the majority of people are immunized.

That is why it is critical for countries to keep track of who has been immunized. NEC has developed a national registry on immunization to ensure that the population as a whole gets immunized on schedule, thus protecting subgroups who have yet to be immunized.

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