Dean Koh

Dean Koh is the Editor of Healthcare IT News Asia Pacific.

Above photo: A screengrab of the Āwhina app.

By Dean Koh 12:00 am May 28, 2020
This follows the recent launch of the NZ COVID Tracer app. 
By Dean Koh 02:09 am May 26, 2020
Technologies adopted to tackle the COVID-19 situation at TTSH included the Staff Surveillance System (S3), Command, Control and Communications (C3) system and a real time location system (RTLS).

Above image: A screengrab of the MyHealth Connect app which patients can download to schedule an appointment to join a teleconsult session with doctors from Parkway Shenton clinics in Singapore.

By Dean Koh 07:52 am May 21, 2020
Earlier in March, IHH had also invested in Singapore-headquartered telehealth startup Doctor Anywhere.
By Dean Koh 12:01 am May 21, 2020
The concept for the New Zealand Algorithm Hub was initially developed through the Precision Driven Health research partnership between Orion Health and partners.
By Dean Koh 09:02 pm May 14, 2020
The expansion consists of NVIDIA Clara Parabricks computational genomics software, disease detection AI models and NVIDIA Clara Guardian application framework.
By Dean Koh 05:28 am May 13, 2020
Case studies from countries such as South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and Thailand show different hospitals' initial responses, successes and best practices in the thick of handling the pandemic.

Above photo: Dr Hwang Hee, CIO of SNUBH, speaking at a panel discussion on the developments of AI in healthcare at the HIMSS Singapore eHealth & Health 2.0 Summit in 2019. 

By Dean Koh 04:16 am April 30, 2020
An interview with Dr Hwang Hee, Chief Information Officer, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, South Korea.  
By Dean Koh 09:23 pm April 28, 2020
AITRICS’ AI-based platform VitalCare will be verified for accuracy using datasets provided by Cleveland Clinic.  
By Dean Koh 09:02 am April 24, 2020
The teamplay myCare Companion ‘Pandemic’ application is built upon Siemens Healthineers teamplay myCare Companion chronic care.
By Dean Koh 12:07 am April 22, 2020
Key use cases for TeamViewer Pilot include real time knowledge transfer and fast remote support for hospitals and medical facilities.

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