Monthly Archives: December 2009

Twelve Days of Christmas

I chanced upon this humourous take on the HITECH Act (which is the current ‘hot topic’) with Christmas in context. The original material can be found here On the 12th day of Christmas my HITECH gave to me… Twelve months to … Continue reading

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New Article: Medical Tourism in Korea – Enhancing your outlook in life

Alrighty, this took some time but its ‘finally here’. Ok, I confess, as mentioned in a previous post, the actual article was deem ready back on the 8th Dec 09 but nevertheless, it is ready now (so I technically kept … Continue reading

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Ramblings: The Fun Theory Award

Dear readers I’d like to share with you about “The Fun Theory Award”, an initiative by Volkswagen (yes, the company that makes cars). The award is basically a contest “dedicated to the thought that something as simple as fun is … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays!

binaryHealthCare.com wishes all readers and affiliates a joyous holiday season and may all of us enjoy a better 2010!  

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Ramblings: My article on Medical Tourism in Korea

Ok, I got a few emails from readers querying / reminding me that I’ve not done the article on Medical Tourism in Korea, hence this blog post. Firstly, my apologies for the delay, I’ve actually done up draft one back … Continue reading

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New Article: So, You want to buy an ECG Management System

I was organising the ‘old files’ in my portable hard disk when I came across a research proposal I wrote back in Sep 2008 (for a PhD that never happened). I reread the contents and found it still quite relevant so … Continue reading

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Microsoft to delve further into health IT with Sentillion acquisiton

Here are some updates from HealthImaging.com on Microsoft’s recent activities in the Health IT arena. Microsoft today announced its intention to acquire Sentillion, a privately held developer of healthcare software, for an undisclosed sum. Redwood, Wash.-based Microsoft said it intends to … Continue reading

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Better Care by Design

I would like to recommend this article – Better Care by Design  from Imaging Informatics (by Dennis L. Kaiser, AIA, LEED® AP) where it talks about “patient and family-oriented design of imaging facilities responds to changing demographics and can help build … Continue reading

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New Singapore hospital to deploy “mini-EHR”

This news article is written by a good friend of mine (from FutureGov) and it covers a very interesting concept – a combination of a private hospital and a hotel- catering for medical tourism. The Connexion, conceived and built by … Continue reading

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RSNA: Practical informatics for rads includes PACS ‘Prenup’

I also got this off an email from HealthImaging.com and I think its a funny but very much needed topic (it goes to show what stage we are at in the world of Imaging Informatics) “CHICAGO–There can be a number … Continue reading

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