Monthly Archives: December 2007

New Article: So, You want to buy a Cardiovascular PACS

A quick search off the Internet will reveal tons of materials available for to help decision makers in selecting a suitable radiology PACS but sadly, the same cannot be said for cardiovascular PACS. Having been on both side of the … Continue reading

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Effective Project Management – Tracking my life story

I just embarked on a mini personalĀ project – compiling the timeline of my ‘life story’ starting from tertiary education, this is how it got started. I just finished an article on how to select a Cardiovascular PACS (I’ll post it … Continue reading

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Season Greetings!

Ā  binaryHealthCare.com wishes all readers and affiliates a joyous holiday seasons and may all of us enjoy a better 2008! Adam Chee W.S.

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Study: Investing in health IT, incentive plans could save $456B

Alright, this is actually a “no-brainer”, I doubt if any one ever questioned if investing in effective healthcare informatics ever help saved money, but nevertheless, I still recommend one to read this article. Also, this particular sentence caught my attention; … Continue reading

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Vision 2008 upgrades for iU22 ultrasound

Philips has launched a “Vision 2008” upgrade for the iU22 ultrasound, promising new workflow and imaging capabilities. I’ve seen the iU22 in action back when I was working in a hospital, the image quality is really good and in my … Continue reading

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Light And Sound: The Way Forward For Better Medical Imaging

The title says it all – “Light And Sound: The Way Forward For Better Medical Imaging”. Imagine diagnostic imaging without radiation, this is what this post is aboutĀ mates šŸ™‚Ā  The first of its kind in the world, a prototype system … Continue reading

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Imaging updates for Cardiology

A quick browse off theĀ Internet re-ascertain my stand –Ā cardiology (and cardiology informatics) is the next big thing withing the imaging sector, here are some interesting article for your reading pleasure Trial finds 64-slice CTA capable of ruling out significant coronary … Continue reading

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KLAS names top health IT performers for 2007

First thing first, I do not work for KLAS but I like their reports šŸ™‚ “KLAS publishes a semiannual report on vendor performance ratings by healthcare professionals. Best in KLAS rankings celebrate vendors receiving highest provider scores for software, professional … Continue reading

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Older imaging studies necessary for clinical routine

The folks at EMC and Hitachi will love this one, the age long debate on the ‘lifespan’ of a radiological image have been ‘resolved’. One of the main reason for PACS implementation is the ability to ‘instantly” access prior images … Continue reading

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Christmas is coming!

That’s right, it is officially 10:40am on the 19th Dec 2007, 6 more days to Christmas. I’m happy in a way, stressed in way. Happy because its going to be Christmas (need I say more?) Stressed as there are still … Continue reading

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