Tag Archives: VNA

Ramblings: MHIA Seminar on Open Source HIS & Medical Imaging

I had the honor of being invited to deliver a lecture for MHIA – Malaysia Health Informatics Association, the equivalent of AMBIS  – Association of Medical & BioInformaitics Singapore (I serve on the current Executive Committee of AMBIS) The seminar started … Continue reading

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New Article: Excuse Me, Are You ‘Vendor Neutral’? Achieving True Interoperability

Dear all, I would like to share a new whitepaper I uploaded last week – “Excuse Me, Are You ‘Vendor Neutral’? Achieving True Interoperability“. This whitepaper exams and clarifies the misconception pertaining to ’Vendor Neutral’ and highlights “Standards-Based Vendor Neutrality”. It is important … Continue reading

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New Article: Vendor Neutral Archive & How it will change the World (of Medical Imaging Informatics)

I just finished a whitepaper on Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) and would like to share it with you wonderful people. This article examines the need for VNA and serves as an introduction/teaser to an upcoming ebook of the same title – “Vendor Neutral … Continue reading

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