Monthly Archives: May 2011

New Article: Excuse Me, Are You ‘Vendor Neutral’? Achieving True Interoperability

Dear all, I would like to share a new whitepaper I uploaded last week – “Excuse Me, Are You ‘Vendor Neutral’? Achieving True Interoperability“. This whitepaper exams and clarifies the misconception pertaining to ’Vendor Neutral’ and highlights “Standards-Based Vendor Neutrality”. It is important … Continue reading

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Poll: Your opinions on the website’s new design and layout

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Prisons in South Korea Adopt TeleMedicine

Interesting updates from good ole FutureGov The Korea Correctional Facilities of the Ministry of Justice has installed telepresence system in a bid to bring healthcare services to prisoners in four remote facilities in South Korea. The move aims to provide … Continue reading

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Rambling: HospitalBuild Asia 2011

Wow, what a week it has been! Among the many interesting events (and happenings) that took place last week was HospitalBuild Asia 2011. HospitalBuild Asia is held at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore and I had the honor of serving as … Continue reading

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Portuguese Software Enables Automatic Analysis Of Mammograms

I got this piece of news on CAD for Mammograms via Inescporto. According to the article, the CAD application achieved 100% accuracy in detection of malignant tumors in 1/3 of all cases but I have no access to the research data, methodology etc … Continue reading

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First Phase of Singapore National EHR Goes Live

I got this update in my mailbox. Seems like Jianggan has been busy getting the scope for us 🙂 After months of system implementation and user acceptance testing, the first phase of Singapore’s US$144 million National Electronic Health Record system … Continue reading

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Ramblings: I’ve received the ISBN for my second book

Yes! It’s here! The ISBN of my second book – “Vendor Neutral Architecture & How it will change the world (of Health Informatics)” is 978-981-08-8883-1 For the interested, I have send out the participation questionnaire to (real) VNA solution providers and requested … Continue reading

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Ramblings: I have resume work on the second book

Thats right, after a ‘break’ of four months (I’ve been busy), I have resumed on my second book – Vendor Neutral Architecture & How it will change the World (of Health Informatics) and I am please to share with you folks that … Continue reading

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HTML5 code could replace Windows applications

Interesting insights from V3.co.uk on the next generation standards – HTML 5 HTML5 could soon allow any kind of application to run inside a browser, enabling developers to build software that runs across virtually any platform, according to Microsoft’s Paul Cotton, who … Continue reading

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Ramblings: Anecdote on the Decline of the Work Ethic

I chanced upon this story title Anekdote zur Senkung der Arbeitsmoral (Anecdote on the Decline of the Work Ethic), originally written by Heinrich Böll in 1963. The story is about an encounter between an enterprising tourist and a small fisherman, … Continue reading

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