Monthly Archives: November 2012

Book: How “Healthcare Informatics” is Different

As part of a fund-raising initiative for binaryHealthCare, I have authored a book titled “How Health Informatics is Different” (ISBN : 978-981-07-4588-2). “How Health Informatics is Different” is written for individuals (especially management consultants) who wants to understands the ‘idiosyncrasy’ of … Continue reading

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Watson to train with Cleveland Clinic med students

Before I comment on anything, I’d like to first invite you to read the actual article (reproduced below from Clinical Innovation.com Cleveland Clinic and IBM are collaborating to advance the use of Watson in medical training. The IBM team of researchers … Continue reading

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Health IT makes ECRI Institute’s annual top 10 hazards list

It would appears that “Health IT makes ECRI Institute’s annual top 10 hazards list” (original article can be accessed here). I thought the title was kind of interesting so I dived deeper into the article, which goes like this; For … Continue reading

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