Monthly Archives: July 2012

Ramblings: Interoperability Showcase – HIMSS Asia Pacific 2012, Singapore

Dear readers and friends, I’m serving/volunteering as the 2012 HIMSS Asia Pacific’s “Interoperability Showcase Technical Project Manager” (and as part of the Planning Committee). Part of my task is to ‘source’ for volunteers interested in serving as “Showcase Volunteer”. If … Continue reading

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Ramblings: Connected Health Asia 2012

Connected Health Asia 2012 took place earlier this week (16-19 Jul) in Singapore and I had the pleasure (and honour) of presenting a paper and moderating a panel. The paper presented was titled “Is EHR compulsory to make efficient use of technology in … Continue reading

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Ramblings: Carestream Digital Seminar 2012, Thailand

I was in Bangkok, Thailand last week, as the only invited speaker for a Carestream Digital Seminar titled “An affordable solution with big performance. What a brilliant combination.” The topic I delivered is titled “Workflow Exploitation Via Architecture Optimization“, which … Continue reading

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Samsung Introduces S Health Application for GSIII

I got this interesting piece of news off Samsung’s web portal (I wonder when the mHealth Business Unit will be launched.. 🙂 ) Samsung Introduces S Health Application for GSIII on Jul 03, 2012 Track and understand health readings with … Continue reading

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Ramblings: RuMAD

RuMAD? No, it doesn’t stand for “Are you mad”, rather, it stands for “Are you making a difference”. Personally, I love the acronym because I do get asked if I’m mad at times – when I tell people I run a … Continue reading

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