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The Clinical Advantage of a Cross-Enterprise Imaging Workflow

by Christopher M. Fleener, MD, Body/Abdominal Imaging Specialist & President, Advanced Medical Imaging Consultants

In reading rooms across the country each and every day, radiologists are faced with the possibility of having to interact with multiple health systems, sites of service and PACS.   480 more words

vSphere 6.5 Product Interoperability - brain fade moment!

So it’s probably worth reminding everyone that there are still VMware products that are not yet supported on vSphere 6.5!

I unfortunately found out the hard way when I broke my work’s demo environment (or at least half of it). 249 more words


Bridging the gap between Internet Of Things and the developing world

By Richard Eyo, Department of Mathematics and Information Security, Royal Holloway, University of London.

The Internet of Things (IoT) has been defined in Recommendation ITU-T Y.2060 (06/2012) as a global infrastructure for the information society, enabling advanced services by interconnecting (physical and virtual) things based on existing and evolving interoperable information and communication technologies [1]. 3,230 more words


Interoperability ≠ pipe dream

John Battelle, co-founder and CEO of NewCo, has predicted tech trends for the last 14 years. He doesn’t prepare in any demonstrable way, but “gathers crumbs over time” until he can make sense of his observations. 228 more words

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Editorial of January 2017

by Joana Covelo de Abreu, Junior Editor

New year’s resolutions: digital single market in 2017 – the year of interoperability

Digital Single Market is one of the major political goals for EU and its Member States since digital tools have shaped, for the past last decade, how economy behaves and how economic growth is relying on IT tools. 652 more words


Moving Beyond Buzzwords: Enabling the Future of Healthcare with Platform Technology

Across the country, health care organizations are re-envisioning how to deliver care. Major health systems like Lahey Health are seeking out new solutions that allow us to transition from episodic care to wellness – minimizing the impact of disease and managing the health of populations more effectively. 563 more words

All that glitters is not gold...

Years ago, when I was still in the Army, there was a saying that we used to live by for routine inspections.  “If it looks right, it is right”… or perhaps more fittingly “bullshit baffles brains”.   1,631 more words

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