Monthly Archives: July 2008

Ramblings: New Logo!

  I’ve been asked quite frequently if binaryHealthCare.com has a logo so here goes Granted that it is rather ‘amateur-ious’ but I reckon it serves the purpose 🙂

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Ramblings: Off on a business trip in Malaysia

Hmmm, seems that my past few post are all ramblings and updates. I’m currently off on a business trip on Malaysia and would be back on Friday, I am also working in my limited spare time on the two user … Continue reading

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Ramblings: Visit to Sun Microsystem

I made a trip to Sun Microsystem (Singapore) yesterday and thought I blog about it. Firstly, I must admit that in my entire career, I have never really bothered with the offerings from Sun and that is mainly due to … Continue reading

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Ramblings: HL7 Singapore’s website is up

Well, I believe in giving credit when its due so here goes – kudos to HL7 Singapore for finally setting up the website (after a month of it’s official launch), check out http://www.hl7.org.sg for their updated look. In all honestly, … Continue reading

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Ramblings: Upcoming User Groups (in Asia)

I have created a new page entitled “User Group” which will serve as a gateway to two particular Imaging Informatics User Groups that I have help pioneering. There are exciting things there’s coming up and still, I wish this is … Continue reading

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Cardiac Imaging Updates

Alight mates, here are some good reads on Cardiac Imaging Cardiac CT Angiography: A Clear Pathway to Better Cardiac Patient Management and Nuclear stress test can detect more than blockages Both are interesting read (in my humble non medical opinion). … Continue reading

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Ramblings: Health Level Seven (Singapore) – Huge Disappointment

Its approaching a month since the official launch of the HL7 Singapore Chapter, while my employer has signed up for corporate membership, I personally am very disappointed at the lack of progress from the local chapter. Aimed at promoting HL7 as … Continue reading

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Compressing Images for Remote Transmission

This is an interesting piece that talks about increasing compression ratio for medical images in order to streamline its transmission. According to Eliot Siegel, MD, professor and vice chair of information systems, University of Maryland Department of Diagnostic Radiology, and … Continue reading

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LUMEDX Introduces Updated Cardiology PACS

I chanced upon this this little sales advert on medicalimagingmag.com. It goes like this, “LUMEDX Corporation, Oakland Calif., has introduced the latest version of its cardiology PACS software, called CardioPACS 5.0. The multi-modality, Web-enabled and vendor-neutral CardioPACS 5.0 was designed … Continue reading

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Intel gets approval for telecare device

Intel has received market clearance from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for a new personal telehealth system, called Intel Health Guide. Tested in the US and UK, this new telecare device is described as “a care management tool” for … Continue reading

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