Monthly Archives: December 2012

Steps to make a Raspberry Pi Supercomputer

It appears that a bunch of computational engineers, lead by Professor Simon Cox (the full team is acknowledged here) at the University of Southampton have built a supercomputer from 64 Raspberry Pi computers and Lego (yes, you didn’t read wrongly. Lego). The supercomputer … Continue reading

Posted in !Updates & Ramblings, Blog - IT & More | Tagged | Leave a comment

Ramblings: Guiding Principles

Someone asked me very recently, what the mission and vision of binaryHealthCare was. The mission and vision of binaryHealthCare was previously listed in the “About binaryHealthCare” page but I took it off when I did the web portal revamp. So … Continue reading

Posted in !Updates & Ramblings | Tagged | Leave a comment

Happy Holidays!

binaryHealthCare wishes everyone  a joyous holiday season and may all of us enjoy a better 2013!

Posted in !Updates & Ramblings | Leave a comment

Ramblings: Why my new book “How Healthcare Informatics is Different” is priced at $5000

I received a message recently (a positive one) with reference to my latest book – “How Health Informatics is Different” (ISBN : 978-981-07-4588-2) The message (in its original words) goes like this; Dr. Chee, Lulu has your book listed for … Continue reading

Posted in !Updates & Ramblings | Leave a comment

Sensor Network to Protect the Elderly

Applied Technology in Geriatric Care is an interest of mine (so much so that I went on and completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Geriatric Care last month) and this morning, an interesting article arrived in my inbox – Marge Skubic from University of … Continue reading

Posted in !Updates & Ramblings, Blog - Medical & Healthcare | Tagged | Leave a comment

Certification for HIT security, interoperability unveiled

I got this interesting piece of news off Clinical Innovation.com, A standards partnership offers a new certification program designed to assure the security and interoperability of health IT. The program from IHE USA, a nonprofit organization that drives adoption of standards-based … Continue reading

Posted in !Updates & Ramblings, Blog - Health IT | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Ramblings: binaryHealthCare has a new look!

Dear all, Yes, your eyes did not play tricks on you, binaryHealthCare.com is indeed sporting a new layout! Although the initiative to update the look and feel has been announced a few months ago, the actual work took a wee … Continue reading

Posted in !Updates & Ramblings | Tagged | Leave a comment