Monthly Archives: November 2011

Ramblings: Dipak Kalra’s Half Day Training Course (15 Dec 2011 ) – HL7 Singapore members attend for FREE

Dear HL7 SG members, MOH Holdings together with HL7 SG is organizing a half day training seminar on ISO-13606 and advances in semantic informatics on the 15 of December 2011 and as co-organizer. Members of HL7 Singapore gets to attend … Continue reading

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Ramblings: 3rd Annual Electronic Health Records Asia (29 Nov – 2 Dec, Singapore)

Just a quick update / sharing with you folks, I’d be delivering a topic “Building a Fully Integrated HIS System – Integrating PACS into EHR” as well as co-conduct the post-conference workshop “EHR Interoperability Design and Implementation” for the 3rd … Continue reading

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Ramblings: Updates to the inaugural HL7 v2.6 Certification Prep and Exam in Singapore

I thought I’ll provide an update pertaining to the inaugural HL7 2.6 Certification Preparation Course + Exam conducted last week (21 Nov 2011). The event took place with 12 candidates, comprising of representatives from Singapore’sĀ Ā public and private health sectors at … Continue reading

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New Article: Challenges in EHR Adoption ā€“ Data Protection

Dear friends, I’d like to share a new article (a commentaryĀ piece) that raises awareness on the topic of Data Protection in national wide implementations of Electronic Health Records (EHR) solutions. The co-author of this paper is aĀ Visiting Associate to binaryHealthCareā€™s … Continue reading

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Ramblings: 20% off site-wide sale at Lulu.com (valid till 11 Nov)

I received the following notification from Lulu.com Enter coupon code EARLYSHOPPERAU305 at checkout and receive 20% off your order. The maximum savings for this offer is $100. Sorry, but this offer is only valid in US Dollars and cannot be … Continue reading

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2012 IHE Connectathon registration jumps 20%

According toĀ HealthImaging.com, more than 100 entities have registered to test more than 180 systems at the latest NorthĀ AmericanĀ IHE Connectathon, this represent an increase of more than 20% over the previous year! (I want to go to a Connectathon!) More than … Continue reading

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ElectroCardiographic Imaging (ECGI)

Just to share an interesting development in Medical Imaging that I read earlier atĀ ImagingEconomics.com A new technique in development may provide more accurate details than conventional methods about how the heart beats, and what goes wrong when itā€™s off beat. … Continue reading

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