Monthly Archives: November 2010

Card Trick Leads to New Bound on Data Compression

An article from TechnologyReview examines how “a magician’s card trick has prompted a mathematical re-evaluation of the limits on data compression”. That my friends is the amazing ability of creativity 🙂 Here’s a card trick to impress your friends. Give a deck … Continue reading

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Ramblings: Updates on “The DICOM Conformance Black Paper – What Your Vendors Don’t Want You To Know”

Dear readers, I have been getting feedback on intermittent errors (broken links, inability to access the whitepaper etc) when one tries to access the “The DICOM Conformance Black Paper – What Your Vendors Don’t Want You To Know“. I tested … Continue reading

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Ramblings: Napier India Medical Imaging Informatics Symposium 2010, 4th Dec, New Delhi

I’ve been invited as the lead speaker for the “Inaugural Napier India Medical Imaging Informatics Symposium 2010” to be held on the 4th Dec 2010 at; Venue : Regent Continental, 4/73, W.E.A., Krishna Market, Saraswati Marg, Karol Bagh, New Delhi – … Continue reading

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First non-U.S. hospital receives HIMSS Analytics Stage 7

I heard this from Steven Yeo a few weeks ago (he didn’t name the hospital but I was so excited to hear that a hospital in South Korea has achieve it.)  and am glad to see that it made the … Continue reading

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Healthcare sector among top adopters of iPad

Ladies and Gentlemen, prepare yourselves for iPad’s domination in healthcare! Ok, I jest a little (yes, only a little), according to this article from HealthcareITNews.com, the healthcare sector is among the top 3 industries that are heavily adopting the iPad … Continue reading

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Medical Home: IT Is on the Team

For the unaware, I dealt with Primary Care Informatics for awhile and developed an interest in Public Health Informatics. I promise to include more articles and whitepapers on this area of health informatics but in the meantime, I’d like to … Continue reading

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ATA releases telerehabilitation guidelines

I got this off HealthImaging.com The American Telemedicine Association (ATA) recently released A Blueprint for Telerehabilitation Guidelines to discuss key administrative, clinical, technical and ethical principles that should be considered in the course of providingtelerehabilitation services to inform and assist practitioners in providing … Continue reading

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