Five public hospitals in Hong Kong are using an electronic barcode system to track every surgical equipment.
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Health Minister Tony Ryall has named a group of seven innovative GPs who will lead the way in a national rollout of patient portals this year.
The ICT-Office of the Department of Science and Technology (ICTO-DOST) and officials of the Municipality of Tubigon, Bohol, are taking advantage of the recently rolled out TV White Spaces (TVWS) initiative to support RxBOX, a telehealth device designed to cater to the needs of “doctor-less” villages.
Public hospitals in Tamil Nadu state in India will soon see all their patient records digitised, under the Health Management Information System or HMIS project, one of the largest healthcare implementations in the country, funded by the Government and World Bank
The ICT Agency of Sri Lanka launched a Hospital Health Information Management System (HHIMS) at a government hospital in Dambadeniya city, located in the country’s north western province.
The Department of Defence (DOD) recently released a draft request for proposals to modernise the agency’s electronic health record which will see the seamless interoperability of electronic medical records between DOD, the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) and private medical practitioners.
The UK National Health Service’s Health and Social Care Information Centre yesterday tackled an issue where pages on NHS.uk redirected visitors to pages containing advertising and malware.
UNESCO Beijing Office recently launched an online interactive knowledge-sharing platform to educate young people in China on HIV prevention and sexual and reproductive health.
The Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO) of Hong Kong will be providing public WiFi services at selected hospitals and clinics of Hospital Authority (HA) as part of its 2014 Digital 21 Strategy.
Singapore Prison Service, one of the few correctional institutions in the world to have implemented a complete end-to-end Electronic Medical Record system, has won the ‘Service Innovation’ category at the recent FutureGov Awards.
The European Parliament has voted to support the European Commission’s eHealth Action Plan, which seeks to address barriers to the full use of digital solutions in Europe’s healthcare systems.
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