"So You Want To Be a PACS Administrator” is written as a companion guide for introductory courses in the domain of Imaging Informatics developed by Adam for institutes of higher learning... More > (mostly based in Asia Pacific).
It also serve as a guide for the novice PACS Administrator and (hopefully) as a reference for the experienced.
This book provides an ‘introductory overview’ of the required knowledge, core concepts, best practices and guiding principles that should serve as ‘rules of thumb’, allowing the readers to apply them (in context) with and resolve situations that may arise in their course of work with confidence, smoothing the bumps as they navigate in the complicated but exciting world of PACS Administration.
For more information, please visit http://www.SoYouWantToBeAPACSAdmin.com< Less
Vendor Neutral Architecture & How It Will Change the World (of Healthcare IT) (ISBN 978-981-08-8883-1)is written to address the information gaps pertaining to the topic of Vendor Neutral... More > Architecture (VNA). It clarifies misconceptions of VNAs, the problems it solves and how it can revolutionize the medical imaging informatics segment as well as the possibilities (and changes) an effective VNA implementation brings, especially in the image enablement of the Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and Electronic Health Records (EHR).< Less
“How Health Informatics is Different” (ISBN 978-981-07-4588-2) is written for individuals (and management consultants) who wants to understands the ‘idiosyncrasy’ of... More > healthcare Informatics.
This book contains the core essence that is absolutely required to better understand the unique perspective of this industry and in the process, uncover much sought after answers to critical puzzles like;
• Is Healthcare truly different from other industries?
• What are the complexities in Healthcare? Or is it merely misunderstood?
• Why Health IT solutions are not ‘portable’?
• Why “Clinician Driven” EMRs are never “Clinically Sufficient”?
• Why are Healthcare IT budgets so low when compared to other industries?
• What is Semantic Interoperability and why is it so difficult to achieve?
If you are ready to embark on a journey to understand the core complexities of healthcare informatics, then take a seat, relax and enjoy the insights presented by “How Health Informatics is Different.< Less