Dean Koh is the Editor of Healthcare IT News Asia Pacific.
By Dean Koh 01:20 am October 31, 2019
With the explosion in the amount of healthcare data being collected, one of the key challenges lie in the quality of data, as well as making the right decisions to use the appropriate data to measure specific health outcomes or predictions.
By Dean Koh 02:06 am October 30, 2019
A recent InterSystems survey found that although only 16% of respondents stated that today’s digital systems currently support value-based care initiatives, 64% of them expect this capability in the next five years.
By Dean Koh 03:53 am October 21, 2019
There will be three sub tracks at the Summit: Data, Innovation and Empowering Patient.
By Dean Koh 12:20 am October 16, 2019
Officially announced at the HIMSS AsiaPac Awards last week during the HIMSS AsiaPac 19 conference, Princ Paknampo Hospital made history by becoming the first hospital in Thailand to achieve the HIMSS Analytics Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model (EMRAM) Stage 7 validation.
By Dean Koh 06:22 am October 15, 2019
Traditionally, value in healthcare has been viewed from the perspectives of hospitals and healthcare providers, but this has shifted to the patient-consumer.
By Dean Koh 10:28 am October 08, 2019
The HIMSS Thailand National Digital Healthcare Workforce Development Initiative (WDI) was officially launched on the opening day of the HIMSS AsiaPac 2019 conference on October 7 in Bangkok, Thailand.
By Dean Koh 12:55 am September 30, 2019
With this upgrade, Pathology and Diagnostic Imaging Overviews are automatically available from Clinical Information System applications that implemented the My Health Record Document List.
By Dean Koh 02:27 am September 24, 2019
Last week, GE Healthcare officially launched the Edison AI platform in Shanghai, China at its Digital Ecosystem Forum event.
By Dean Koh 05:28 am September 18, 2019
An interview with Richard Staynings, Chief Security Strategist, Cylera.
By Dean Koh 01:50 am September 10, 2019
The RTLS will enable the tracking of patients, visitors and staff in an outbreak, for rapid and reliable contact tracing so that necessary actions can be taken quickly to curb onward transmission.