Monthly Archives: December 2008

OnePacs Offers Free PACS

Its either the festive mood or the business ‘game plan’ of Radiology PACS  are changing (well, the players have increased several-folds over the years). So who is the latest ‘vendor turn charity’? Well its OnePacs and they have  released a … Continue reading

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Season Greetings!

binaryHealthCare.com wishes all readers and affiliates a joyous holiday season and may all of us enjoy a better 2009! Adam Chee W.S.

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Ramblings: I’ve finish season 1-4 of House

It has taken me quite some time but yes, I’ve finally finish House season 1-4. The main reason why it too me so long was mainly work (I have my fingers in too many pie) and thank GOD for leave … Continue reading

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Colorado Among First States in Nation to Share Health Information Across Health Care Organizations

Four Health Care Organizations Exchange Electronic Medical Record Data to Improve Patient Quality and Affordability for Millions of Coloradans DENVER – Colorado has become one of the first states in the nation to demonstrate that electronic health information can be … Continue reading

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Ramblings: John Quinn, CTO of HL7 International @ Singapore

Earlier today, I attended a networking event organized by HL7 Singapore. The event stated off with an information sharing session by the CTO of HL7 International – Mr John Quinn. Personally, I  find this particular session extremely useful as it … Continue reading

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Joint Commission Alert: Healthcare IT is not unequivocally beneficial

Ladies and Gentlemen, your kind attention please. I’d like to recommend this article for your reading, especially if you think implementing technology just for the sake of it will ease all your needs. A new Joint Commission Sentinel Event Alert … Continue reading

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Merge, IBM to help radiologists go wireless

Web based applications has been the way forward for several years now so the ‘innovation part’ here lacks the ‘omph’ factor but I’d give them some credit for jumping onto the IPhone/IPod bandwagon. “Merge Healthcare’s Cedara WebAccess, a new solution … Continue reading

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Barco Debuts Clinical Review Displays

So what is new after Barco sold off their advanced visualization business (Voxar) to Toshiba? What exactly did they tout at RSNA? Well, I was not there to see it firsthand but off the web, it seems that Barco showcased … Continue reading

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RSNA attendance falls only 5%

According to the unaudited attendance numbers released by Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) for its annual meeting last week, despite a slight dip, the economic downturn did not have the expected negative impact on turnout. More details are available … Continue reading

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Fujifilm acquires Empiric Systems

“Fujifilm Medical Systems has acquired 100 percent of Empiric Systems’ stock, making it a wholly owned Fujifilm subsidiary. The announcement was made in conjunction with the 94th annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America.” So Fujiflm has now … Continue reading

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