Monthly Archives: December 2011

Telemedicine startup aims to be ā€˜ATM for healthcare,ā€™ displace retail clinics

An “ATM for healthcare” where a “virtual doctor’s office” replaces “retail medical clinics”, an initiative that aĀ Columbus, Ohio-area telemedicine startup is looking to provide to ‘hurried patients’. Interested? Well you can read the original articleĀ here. My thoughts (after reading the … Continue reading

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INSIDE THE RASPBERRY PI: How This $25 Computer (Yes, Computer!) Could Change The World

A USD $25 computer, the size of a credit card, operating on Linux that is capable of runningĀ Quake 3 (I played this Ā game many moons ago and I absolutely loved it), can you imagine the impact it will have on … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays!

binaryHealthCare wishes everyone Ā a joyous holiday season and may all of us enjoy a betterĀ 2012!

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Microsoft offers most of its health IT platform to GE venture

This is something I picked up fromĀ HealthImaging.com General Electric, through its healthcare IT business, and Microsoft plan to create a joint venture aimed at helping healthcare organizations and professionals use system-wide tools to improve healthcare quality and the patient experience. … Continue reading

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Ramblings: Updates of the 3rd Annual Electronic Health Records

I reckon I should provide an update to the “3rd Annual Electronic Health Records” that took place in Singapore last week (29 Nov – 2 Dec 2011). For this particular conference, I served as; A speaker on effective Image enabling … Continue reading

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Explaining Semantic Interoperability in the Far East

Well, not exactly in the ‘far east’ but I came up with an interesting way to explain SemanticĀ Interoperability in a ‘Mandarin context’. A slight nuance I faced when I tried explaining SemanticĀ Interoperability to students (I’m an educator among other occupations) … Continue reading

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Ramblings: Staying in Context to ensure Health IT success

This is something I really wanted to share with you folks, it is about staying in context. I’ll explain at a later part why it is relevant to Health IT initiatives. I conducted a workshop on “EHR Interoperability Design and … Continue reading

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Accenture and AT&T Launch Medical Imaging Solution

Helps Hospitals Access Medical Images and Doctors Collaborate CHICAGO,Ā Nov. 28, 2011Ā /PRNewswire/ —Ā AccentureĀ (NYSE:Ā ACN) andĀ AT&T* have launched a new medical imaging solution that will enhance the capabilities of health professionals and radiologists to electronically share, review and store medical images, such as … Continue reading

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