Monthly Archives: October 2010

Ramblings: Recent Guest Lecture at Parkway College

I recently had the privilege to present as a guest lecturer on “Medical Imaging Informatics” for students of the Graduate Diploma in Healthcare Management conducted by Parkway College Singapore and it was very heartening to witness the high level interest in the subject … Continue reading

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Cellphones reveal emerging disease outbreaks

Public health Informatics is one area I am relatively interested in and although I have not written any whitepapers on the topic (yet), I do have a lot of ‘draft materials’ on hand (well, I have bills to pay so I need … Continue reading

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Five key features of tomorrow’s EHR

This is an article from HealthCareITNews.com, As electronic health records become more prevalent, it becomes more difficult to choose an EHR that will remain relevant and usable well into the future. Jerry Buchanan of eMids Technologies, Inc., an IT consulting firm, … Continue reading

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Ramblings: “So You Want To Be a PACS Administrator” is released for sale

Ladies and Gentlemen, It is my pleasure to announce the official release of my first book – “So You Want To Be a PACS Administrator”. As mentioned in the previous blog entries,  “October 2010 holds many new ‘first’ for me“, there are … Continue reading

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Going Green: A Texas recycling company strives to lessen environmental harm from healthcare waste

In my humble opinion, we need more of these companies around to ensure sustainability, in fact, I think the manufacturers / equipment providers should play a bigger role in  recycling these equipment. Original story can be accessed from here. It is an inevitable part of … Continue reading

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IBM, Nuance Collaborate on Speech Recognition for EHRs

This is something of interest (at least to me). It also explains why data captured in EMR/EHR should be structured, which is important but not many physician get its (or rather, they choose not to get it). The original article … Continue reading

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New Article: The DICOM Conformance Black Paper – What Your Vendors Don’t Want You To Know

Dear fellow readers, I would like to share with you a freshly minted whitepaper blackpaper on DICOM Conformance – What your vendor don’t want you to know. Sounds like a serious topic? You bet! In this whitepaper blackpaper, we will take … Continue reading

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Ramblings: So I am now Dr. Adam CHEE

As mentioned in the previous post “October 2010 holds many new ‘first’ for me“, there are two other new ‘first’ and this is one of it. That’s right ladies and gentlemen, I have graduated from my doctorate program (about a … Continue reading

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Ramblings: ‘The Book’ is published

Thats right ladies and gentlemen, ‘So You Want To Be a PACS Administrator” is officially published! However, it is not released for sale yet.. the reason? Well I just order the first copy of the book for proof-reading purchases so … Continue reading

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Ramblings: October 2010 holds many new ‘first’ for me

Looking at the foreseeable events of things to come, it would appear that October  2010 holds many new ‘first’ for me. For starters, I have started on a new job as Sales Director (although the job is relatively technical in nature), with … Continue reading

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