Monthly Archives: December 2007

Barco launches Coronis Fusion – 6MP color display for PACS imaging

During the recent RSNA, Barco announced the Coronis Fusion –Ā  a 30-inch, widescreen, bezel-free, color display that can be used as two seamless 3 megapixel (MP) heads or one widescreen 6 megapixel display. I think this it is an overkill … Continue reading

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Advances in Breast Imaging, Impact in Asia Pacific (Post 2)

While I’ve published this article previously on the 21st Oct 2007, I’ve decided to highlight it again as I’ve been informed by an ex-colleague that my previous employer had published it recently (they are unable to give me credit for … Continue reading

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Agfa Healthcare Selects Sun Systems to Power Integrated Healthcare Imaging Solution

I do not usually just post on something that is out in the news but here goes. “Agfa Healthcare has chosen to use Sun infrastructure for its IMPAX digital imaging platform with the integrated visualization solution from Barco”Ā Ā (Read more here) … Continue reading

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GE buys Dynamic Imaging

Alright guys, GE bought Dynamic Imaging (read here for more). So whats happening in the Healthcare IT industry? FirstĀ Stentor was acquired by Philips (who replaces their existing PACS with it), now GE buys Dynamic Imaging. Will they re-badge it as … Continue reading

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Announcement : Updates to the layout

Dear readers, We take feedback seriously at binaryHealthCare.com, as such, we have made the following minor adjustments to the site’s layout; The index page for articles (all sections) has been ‘shifted’ into the “Article tab within the top toolbar The … Continue reading

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How to test drive a PACS workstation

This little article caught my eye and I thought I’ll put it up here to share with you folks. Although the contents suggested that it is meant only for Radiology PACS, I felt that the suggested guidelines is applicable for … Continue reading

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Dental Informatics, EMR and PACS for everyone

I made a visit to the dentist today and while waiting in the queue, I decided to ‘survey the systems in placed’. The workflow adopted is relatively simple; Patient registeration (paper records) A manuel queue system (of FIFO) The dental … Continue reading

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How would I make a difference?

An academian posed this question to me back on Friday – “What would I teach teritary sudents on Healthcare Applications if I had a chance to design their curriculum”. Now this is something worth mulling over. Why do I write, … Continue reading

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