Dr. Bianco graduated from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1981. He works in Riverside, RI and specializes in Family Medicine. Dr. Bianco is affiliated with Roger Williams Medical Center.
An interactive system is provided to help an operator locate the source of a data fault in an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) network. A database stores information related to data types and subsystems used by the ATM network. A processor coupled to the database uses the information stored therein to formulate a series of queries related to a selected one of the subsystems using the data type experiencing a data fault. The series of queries have a hierarchal order that sequentially inquire about operational status of the various subsystems having a relationship with the data type experiencing the data fault. A graphical user interface (GUI) coupled to the processor displays each query in accordance with the hierarchal order thereof. The GUI simultaneously displays identification of the various subsystems having a relationship with the data type experiencing the data fault.
Mckesson Provider Technologies Jun 2011 - Jun 2013
Enterprise Sales Executive
Mckesson Provider Technologies Jan 2002 - Jun 2013
Client Executive - Enterprise Sales
Premier Inc. Jan 2002 - Jun 2013
Vice President, Enterprise Solutions at Premier Healthcare Alliance
Mckesson Provider Technologies Jan 2000 - Jan 2002
Senior Sales Executive
University of Rhode Island 1981 - 1986
Bachelors, Bachelor of Science, Pharmacy
Pilgrim High School 1978 - 1981
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