Monthly Archives: November 2009

Ramblings: My Next 2 Speaking Slots

My next two speaking slots are on the same topic: Workflow Preparation and Automation Solutions to Strengthen and Enhance Hospital Operational Efficiencies. The two conferences are organized by MedTech Dynamics Asia and will be held at; Tokyo (Japan) on the … Continue reading

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Ramblings: I was off on a holiday in Korea

Guess what, I was on a holiday in Korea from the 28th Oct (the day after I took the CPHIMS exam) to 3rd Nov 09 (arrived at Singapore at night-time) and it slipped my mind to update you guys of … Continue reading

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Grassley probes 10 health IT companies about software

Now this is an interesting read (food for thought). “Ranking member of the Senate Finance Committee Charles E. Grassley, R-Iowa, has sent a letter to 10 health IT companies requesting consumer complaint information about their health IT products. The Oct. … Continue reading

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Report: Health IT central to healthcare debate

Health IT is taking a central role in the current healthcare debate, according to a report published by the Institute for Health Policy at Massachusetts General Hospital, George Washington University Medical Center and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) The report, … Continue reading

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IBM launches health analytics center

IBM has launched a Health Analytics Solution Center, part of a network of global centers addressing the demand for advanced analytics needed to help hospitals and medical staff improve decision making and optimal quality of care. The company said its … Continue reading

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