Monthly Archives: August 2008

Updates: New Article – Why Implement a Cardiology PACS? Part 1

Firstly, I do apologise for the long delay. I was supposed to whip up an executive summary of my Master Degree’s final paper on “Industry Research on Cardiology Informatics in ASEAN” but the entire report was so long that an … Continue reading

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Ramblings: I had a ‘bad week’

Phew, things have been very busy recently (and I mean really really busy). I’ve been working on an ECG management system tender for the past week while helping the local sales team with 3 deals and the local project manager for … Continue reading

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iTunes plays radiology storage management song

According to the July issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology, Dr. Li Jun Qian of the radiology department at Renji Hospital, Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Medicine has an interesting solution for rhe management of radiologic PDF files – iTunes. … Continue reading

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Study recommends standardized image reject methodology

This is a good read (source : here) Studies like these always motivate me to spend more time on research. Digital radiography systems are in common use for medical imaging, yet few studies have examined computed radiography quality performance in … Continue reading

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Patients left untreated in U.K. hospital due to new Cerner IT system

This is not the best news one can get regarding Healthcare Informatics project, in fact, it really is one of the worst. According to Computer Weekly, dozens of patients at Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust in London went … Continue reading

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Sorna offers free DICOM CD/DVD

“There is no such thing as a free lunch” but there are free DICOM CD/DVD Viewers. Well, that’s what Sorna is offering – a free-of-charge DICOM CD/DVD viewer to healthcare treatment and healthcare IT professionals. “Physicians are frustrated with all … Continue reading

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User Group: Soft Launch of SSR’s Imaging Charter’s webpage

Alright, this has been on hold for quite a while. Although the President of SSR – Michael Ong has yet to officially announce the launch of the Charter (well, he’s a busy man), I reckon there’s no harm doing a … Continue reading

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