Monthly Archives: September 2007

RFID in Healthcare: Losing Cables, Making Waves

Two of the main influencing factors for both government and commercial healthcare facilities in adopting healthcare informatics are; The endeavor of reducing medical errors resulting from failure of proper patient identification/verification; Improvement in diagnosis reliability, treatment success, and maintaining cost … Continue reading

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The ‘fun’ aspect of my job

As some of you mates know, I’m currently employed as a Product Manager (Cardiology Informatics) for a major Healthcare IT company and besides the ‘things that one usually have to do’, I have two (among many other) additional responsibilities. 1) … Continue reading

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Busy Schedule

First of all, I apologise for the long period of silence in my blog, I was travelling around the region (attended a conference as well as visited several hospitals in these countries), while the amount of work is insane (which … Continue reading

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