VMW Monthly - October 2006 - ISSN 1388-722X



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Contents October 2006 Issue

 
Cross-Atlantic state-of-the-art
 
20/20 Vision and Health Informatics in the 21st Century
Claricode develops medication adherence technology for New Partners Telemedicine Study
Improving quality of health care the primary driver for state, regional and community-based Health Information Exchange efforts
The Georgia Department of Insurance and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia launch teleradiology pilot programme for rural Georgia hospitals
FDA and Duke Clinical Research Institute form partnership to collaborate on Cardiac Safety Virtual
 
Grid for Health
 
First cityGrid in the world inaugurated in Almere
Shining examples of Grid applications
Open Science Grid receives $30 million award to empower scientific collaboration and computation
Wiki dedicated to health Grids now available
Stanford University's Folding@home uses ATI stream computing to squeeze three years worth of disease research into just one month
 
Healthcare compunetics
 
Nemours' paediatric Remote Monitoring wins Florida Governor's Innovation Award
Digital Cyclone to develop health application for mobile phones
Cisco demonstrates Belgian Victim Tracking and Tracing System in University Hospital Antwerp
University of Texas Health Science Center receives $200.000 AT&T grant to fund development of nano-sized pressure sensor prototype
A Roadmap to Medical Tool Pedigree
 
Industrial Chemist's Corner
 
eNotes Systems announces joint venture to provide world's first 100 percent secure and private network for health care and telemedicine
Oracle Introduces Oracle Remote Data Capture Onsite to help life sciences organisations accelerate and simplify clinical trial data collection
Merge eMed releases Fusion RIS Version 3.1 of business and clinical work flow solution
Mercury Computer Systems introduces advanced digital MRI receiver with breakthrough noise-reduction technology
IBM and Misys Healthcare Systems deliver prescription for streamlined electronic patient data management
 
Planet Europe in Action
 
Remote health monitoring for better care and lower costs
Medicsight to support continuing medical education in virtual colonoscopy
French surgeon team scores a first with experimental intervention under weightless conditions
Pandemic prevention in Europe still flawed
Helping computers identify real meaning
 
The 21st century hospital
 
Ericsson to supply mobile health solution to Changi General and Gleneagles hospitals in Singapore
BryanLGH Medical Center and Hilo Medical Center make evidence-based care decisions with Lab Advisor from Thomson Micromedex
Kodak and Turku University Hospital forge agreement to support services for Satakunta region
Wilkes Regional Medical Center licenses SafeTrace Tx transfusion management system from Wyndgate Technologies
Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas first in the United States to perform brain surgery in state-of-the-art operating room
 
Virtual snap shots
 
eNotes Systems announces its inaugural telemedecine programme with LifeHouse Retirement Properties Inc.
Aerotel Medical Systems is taking part in Georgetown University's diabetes research project on Native Americans
GFT Group Inc. offers faster code obfuscation and encryption for Dragon
Simulution installs cataract surgery simulator at Ohio State
Advantages of greater speed and accuracy to promote adoption of smart card applications by health care sector
 
VMWC news bites
 
Newly launched MedPix open access medical image database now open to the public
Sniffing out diseases with a bio-electronic nose
New studies offer virtual reality therapy for psychological victims of September 11
Mathematical tools for predicting facial surgery results
Science of Learning Center comes to University of California San Diego
 

Leads October 2006 Issue

 
Cross-Atlantic state-of-the-art
 
20/20 Vision and Health Informatics in the 21st Century
Full ArticleImagine a future healthcare system that is customer focused and patient-centered. One in which every American has health insurance, and a secure, private Electronic Health Record (EHR) whenever and wherever needed to realize highest degree of coordinated quality of medical care based on the latest medical knowledge and evidence.
Claricode develops medication adherence technology for New Partners Telemedicine Study
Full ArticleClaricode, a developer of integrated enterprise technology solutions exclusively for the health care industry, has created a technology solution for Partners Telemedicine, a division of Partners Healthcare, that will be used in a new patient medication adherence study conducted by the organisation. To create this solution, Claricode relied on its expertise in taking existing technologies and making them work together in previously unintended ways. Specifically, Claricode took a Smart Pillbox, created by SIMpill, and an Ambient Orb, created by Ambient Devices, and worked to develop a way for the two technologies to "talk" to one another, based on pre-determined criteria such as when a study participant has taken his or her medication.
Improving quality of health care the primary driver for state, regional and community-based Health Information Exchange efforts
Full ArticleThe eHealth Initiative has released the results of its 2006 Third Annual Survey of Health Information Exchange (HIE) at the State, Regional and Community levels, taking the pulse of 165 initiatives located in 49 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, who are mobilizing information electronically to support improvements in patient care.
The Georgia Department of Insurance and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia launch teleradiology pilot programme for rural Georgia hospitals
Full ArticleThe Georgia Department of Insurance (DOI) and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia (BCBSGa) have launched a joint pilot programme that will allow rural hospitals to purchase teleradiology equipment. The pilot programme is made possible through a $1 million grant from the WellPoint Foundation. WellPoint Inc. is the parent company of BCBSGa.
FDA and Duke Clinical Research Institute form partnership to collaborate on Cardiac Safety Virtual
Full ArticleThe United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has formed a partnership, under the agency's Critical Path Initiative, with Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI) to develop a new generation of tools to identify, as early as possible, the potential effects that drugs and devices may have on the heart - one of the more ominous side effects associated with such products.
 
Grid for Health
 
First cityGrid in the world inaugurated in Almere
Full ArticleToday, Martine Visser, from the City Council of Almere, officially inaugurated AlmereGrid, the first cityGrid in the world. AlmereGrid allows citizens, companies and other organisations to donate otherwise unused computing time to science. Researcher Danielle Posthuma from the Free University of Amsterdam, showed how all this computer power could be used for analysing data on a large number of twins. This research could help us to gain better understanding of human behaviour. If Almere would donate computing time at a very large scale, also other research, for instance medical research, could benefit. AlmereGrid focuses on making it easy for everyone to participate, not only the computer literate.
Shining examples of Grid applications
Full ArticleUsers in more than 150 Virtual Organisations from fields as diverse as Biomedicine, Earth Sciences and High-Energy Physics are now using the distributed computing infrastructure of the Enabling Grids for E-sciencE (EGEE) project, which shows the wide adoption and versatility of this new technology.
Open Science Grid receives $30 million award to empower scientific collaboration and computation
Full ArticleScientists on the track to discovery got good news this month when a powerful computing tool received critical government funding. A five-year, $30 million award to the Open Science Grid (OSG) Consortium, announced by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the United States Department of Energy's (DOE) Office of Science, will operate and expand the Open Science Grid, a computing environment used by scientists to harness computing resources and scientific data from around the world.
Wiki dedicated to health Grids now available
Full ArticleA wiki dedicated to health Grids is now available. This wiki is open to each person who wishes to contribute by sharing his knowledge. The HealthGrid wiki is maintained as a dynamic knowledge resource for the HealthGrid community.
Stanford University's Folding@home uses ATI stream computing to squeeze three years worth of disease research into just one month
Full ArticleStanford University has released software to utilize ATI Technologies' processors for the Stanford's Folding@home distributed computing project, yielding an enormous increase in the speed of disease research. By enabling Folding@home participants to make use of the powerful processing architectures found in ATI Radeon X1900 and Radeon X1950 graphics cards, Stanford expects to gain new capabilities that have never been possible before, allowing researchers to address questions that were previously considered impossible to tackle computationally. With this new processing power now tapped, researchers expect to discover even more about the science of protein folding and folding-related diseases, with potentially dramatic effect for studies into Alzheimer's, cancer, Huntington's and Parkinson's diseases among others.
 
Healthcare compunetics
 
Nemours' paediatric Remote Monitoring wins Florida Governor's Innovation Award
Full ArticleNemours, one of the United States' largest children's health systems, was named recipient of the 2006 Governor of Florida's Innovation Award. Nemours was recognized by Governor Jeb Bush on September 18, 2006 for its contributions to Florida's economic growth by its Remote Monitoring health care project for children with chronic conditions such as asthma.
Digital Cyclone to develop health application for mobile phones
Full ArticleDigital Cyclone Inc. has launched a project for the delivery of medical content from Mayo Clinic across mobile wireless devices. The Mayo Clinic InTouch wireless health programme will allow users to access an array of health information and tools from their mobile phones. The content will come primarily from MayoClinic.com and from Mayo Clinic's Medical Edge syndicated news products. This new wireless application, developed and delivered through Digital Cyclone's proprietary technology, will be available for distribution to consumers via most major United States wireless carriers.
Cisco demonstrates Belgian Victim Tracking and Tracing System in University Hospital Antwerp
Full ArticleCisco Systems has showcased a new solution designed to simplify the registration and identification of casualties affected in a disaster situation. The solution, co-developed with AeroScout, CITS and Intermec, and Orion Health, called BeViTTS - Belgian Victim Tracking and Tracing System, allows for the rapid exchange and automatic processing of data collected by emergency workers at the scene of a disaster. The critical information is collected in real time using Cisco's mobile and wireless network technology, and stored and made available to the emergency workers via a web-based portal, thus eliminating the loss of precious time.
University of Texas Health Science Center receives $200.000 AT&T grant to fund development of nano-sized pressure sensor prototype
Full ArticleThe AT&T Foundation, the philanthropic arm of AT&T Inc., has awarded a $200.000 grant to support the University of Texas Health Science Center's (UTHSC) Janey Briscoe Center of Excellence in Cardiovascular Research in its goal of developing a new medical device. The grant will specifically fund research programmes to develop an implantable intravascular biosensor that will monitor health and disease progression in humans.
A Roadmap to Medical Tool Pedigree
Full ArticleFast Track Technologies Ltd. has announced a new technical concept for the health care industry: "A Roadmap to Medical Tool Pedigree" at the RFID Applications Conference in Washington D.C. on September 21, 2006. This concept alerts the medical community and provides possible solutions for the causal effect of cross transfer infections and the spread of disease, from medical devices, instrumentation and supplies.
 
Industrial Chemist's Corner
 
eNotes Systems announces joint venture to provide world's first 100 percent secure and private network for health care and telemedicine
Full ArticleeNotes Systems Inc. has signed a joint venture that will introduce to the health care industry the world's first 100 percent secure, private network, including seamless integration with existing enterprise LANs and WANs, that will allow for the safe transmission of critical medical data, as well as secure, real-time, interactive video consultations between health care professionals and doctors and patients.
Oracle Introduces Oracle Remote Data Capture Onsite to help life sciences organisations accelerate and simplify clinical trial data collection
Full ArticleOracle has introduced Oracle Remote Data Capture Onsite, a next-generation electronic data capture (EDC) system designed to accelerate and simplify the collection of clinical data and the deployment of EDC studies at clinical trial investigative sites, helping to improve site personnel productivity and trial data accuracy.
Merge eMed releases Fusion RIS Version 3.1 of business and clinical work flow solution
Full ArticleMerge eMed, a Merge health care company and a medical imaging software and services company, has released Fusion RIS Version 3.1. This version improves upon the strong foundation of Fusion RIS, now used as an integrated business and clinical work flow solution in more than 150 hospital-based and freestanding radiology imaging facilities.
Mercury Computer Systems introduces advanced digital MRI receiver with breakthrough noise-reduction technology
Full ArticleMercury Computer Systems Inc. has launched Visage MR, its revolutionary magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) receiver product that has been shown in clinical trials to significantly improve image quality and reduce scan times - the two primary drivers of MR imaging. Visage MR is a high-bandwidth, 16-bit analogue-to-digital receiver board with advanced digital filtering and MRI-specific noise-reduction technology that significantly improves signal-to-noise ratios (SNR) in MR images, compared to existing offerings in the marketplace. Visage MR has four times the resolution of current-generation MRI receivers, coupled with an extremely high sampling rate.
IBM and Misys Healthcare Systems deliver prescription for streamlined electronic patient data management
Full ArticleIBM and Misys Healthcare Systems have introduced a new solution for small and medium-sized physicians' offices and clinics that will enable real-time access to crucial patient data. The IBM and Misys Express Solution for Healthcare Providers increases clinical decision support through the automation of many routine medical records management tasks, allowing physicians' practices to focus on patient care.
 
Planet Europe in Action
 
Remote health monitoring for better care and lower costs
Full ArticleThe economic and social burden of health care is weighing heavily on governments, health care providers and citizens, particularly as Europeans age. However e-health tools - such as mobile monitoring applications for patients and their care providers - are enabling care services to be redesigned to be more flexible and effective. The mobility of chronically ill people, or those living with a condition that needs regular monitoring, is often limited. Their lives are planned around hospital visits, check ups and overnight stays. Many feel insecure when they are away from their health care providers and worry about risks to their health.
Medicsight to support continuing medical education in virtual colonoscopy
Full ArticleMedicsight Inc., parent company to Medicsight PLC, a developer of computer-aided detection (CAD) technologies and software, will support two clinical education programmes as part of the company's strategic focus in promoting further clinical education in virtual colonoscopy.
French surgeon team scores a first with experimental intervention under weightless conditions
Full ArticleProfessor Dominique Martin, Dr. Laurent de Coninck, anaesthesist at the University Hospital Medical Centers (CHU) in Bordeaux, France and their team have performed a weightless surgical intervention on a male patient. Together with their patient, they went aboard an aircraft in which it was possible to simulate the conditions of weightlessness during a three-hour flight. During this experiment, set up in collaboration with the French National Center of Aerospatial Studies (C.N.E.S.) and the Regional Council of Aquitaine, the surgeon was able to remove a cyst in the forearm of Philippe Sanchot, the 46-year old patient.
Pandemic prevention in Europe still flawed
Full ArticleEven a year since the bird flu filled European countries and people with fear, from the threat of pandemic at that time there have been no adequate consequences for the improvement of pandemic prevention or structures for battling pandemics taken into account. The tenor of analyses of the situation in- and outside the European Union, which leading international experts will present at the European Health Forum Gastein (EHFG): there is progress, but in a wide range of areas European countries are only halfway there.
Helping computers identify real meaning
Full ArticleThe lightning rise of the internet and the development of advanced search technologies have created the greatest storehouse of information ever seen. Yet the very speed of this growth has brought its own problems. Which content is the wheat, and which the chaff? The METOKIS project aimed to help. The project partners also constructed demonstrators for the development and analysis of clinical trials.
 
The 21st century hospital
 
Ericsson to supply mobile health solution to Changi General and Gleneagles hospitals in Singapore
Full ArticleEricsson, Parkway Hospital and SingHealth have signed a collaboration agreement to deploy Ericsson Mobile Health solution for the remote patient monitoring in the Changi General and Gleneagles Hospitals in Singapore. Under the project Ericsson will supply and manage its mobile health solution that will be trialed at some of the hospitals' Acute Care Wards, specialized in patients that require round-the-clock monitoring due to chronic illnesses such as stroke, asthma and diabetes.
BryanLGH Medical Center and Hilo Medical Center make evidence-based care decisions with Lab Advisor from Thomson Micromedex
Full ArticleBryanLGH Medical Center in Lincoln, Nebraska, and Hilo Medical Center in Hilo, Hawaii, have implemented Lab Advisor, developed by Thomson Micromedex, to help their clinicians make faster, more accurate care decisions when ordering and interpreting laboratory tests.
Kodak and Turku University Hospital forge agreement to support services for Satakunta region
Full ArticleEastman Kodak Company has struck an exclusive managed service agreement with Turku University Hospital to support archiving and web-viewing services for the Satakunta region in Finland. Under the agreement, Kodak will deploy Kodak Carestream PACS and Information Management Solutions to allow the region's 4 hospitals and 24 municipalities to centrally archive, view and manage 200.000 annual patient studies hosted by the Turku Data Centre.
Wilkes Regional Medical Center licenses SafeTrace Tx transfusion management system from Wyndgate Technologies
Full ArticleWilkes Regional Medical Center in North Wilkesboro, North Carolina, has licensed SafeTrace Tx transfusion management system, developed by Wyndgate Technologies, a division of Global Med Technologies Inc. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Wilkes Regional Medical Center purchased SafeTrace Tx in conjunction with Affinity Lab, which is the Laboratory Information System (LIS) offered by QuadraMed Corporation. QuadraMed, a Wyndgate channel partner, offers SafeTrace Tx as the blood bank solution for its LIS. SafeTrace Tx will enable QuadraMed, who is implementing several products in multiple departments at Wilkes Regional, to integrate the medical centre's transfusion service into a comprehensive Electronic Health Record solution.
Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas first in the United States to perform brain surgery in state-of-the-art operating room
Full ArticleNeurosurgeons on the medical staff at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas (PHD) have performed the first United States surgical case using BrainSUITE technology in the hospital's new intra-operative magnetic resonance imaging (iMRI) neurosurgical suite. The state-of-the-art operating room, dedicated to precision and real-time imaging during brain surgery, is among the first of its kind in the world.
 
Virtual snap shots
 
eNotes Systems announces its inaugural telemedecine programme with LifeHouse Retirement Properties Inc.
Full ArticleeNotes Systems Inc. will be launching its inaugural telemedicine beta test project with LifeHouse Retirement Properties (LHRP) Inc., the owner and operator of ten long-term health care facilities. Upon implementation, the eNotes platform will provide LHRP with the ability to simultaneously teleconference among the LHRP communities, medical providers, and residents, as if the consultations were taking place in person.
Aerotel Medical Systems is taking part in Georgetown University's diabetes research project on Native Americans
Full ArticleAerotel Medical Systems, a manufacturer of cutting-edge diagnostic telemedicine systems, is playing an important role in a diabetes research project conducted by the eHealth and Telemedicine Division of the Imaging Science and Information Systems Center at Washington DC's Georgetown University. The study is being conducted in multiple Native American communities across the United States including Alabama, Idaho and Hawaii. It involves diabetic patients using Aerotel's TeleCliniQ modem for transmitting blood glucose readings to the MyCareTeam diabetes management database at the university.
GFT Group Inc. offers faster code obfuscation and encryption for Dragon
Full ArticleGFT Group Inc. offers a technology for code obfuscation and encryption for Dragon NaturallySpeaking Advanced Scripting commands, the Petrana Code Mangler. Dragon NaturallySpeaking is a state-of-the-art commercial speech-recognition programme from Nuance - formerly ScanSoft. Dragon NaturallySpeaking Professional, Medical, and Legal support Advanced Scripting commands are written in Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). The Petrana Code Mangler enables third-party developers of add-on software for Dragon NaturallySpeaking to offer trial versions of their software for evaluation by potential customers, to offer sale versions of their software that require an activation key, and to reduce the risks of software piracy and reverse engineering of Dragon NaturallySpeaking add-on software.
Simulution installs cataract surgery simulator at Ohio State
Full ArticleSimulution, a developer and value-added reseller of simulators for medical training, has installed a PhacoVision cataract simulator to be used by the ophthalmology residency programme at Ohio State University Medical Center - William H. Havener Eye Center in Columbus, Ohio. The PhacoVision simulator addresses a concern expressed by medical educators that shorter resident workweeks, lack of appropriate patients, and shorter hospital stays may reduce the opportunities for learning encounters during residency.
Advantages of greater speed and accuracy to promote adoption of smart card applications by health care sector
Full ArticleThe European telemedicine market is experiencing rapid growth. The ability to provide effective care for chronic and acute conditions in a cost-effective manner is enabling telemedicine to penetrate new markets. Frost & Sullivan finds that the European Telemedicine Market earned revenues of $87,48 million in 2005 and estimates this to reach $690,2 million in 2012.
 
VMWC news bites
 
Newly launched MedPix open access medical image database now open to the public
Full ArticleA new open access medical image database is now available to the public. This archive of peer-reviewed and pathologically proven cases - Radiology, Pathology, Endoscopy, Ophthalmology - includes a library of over 29.000 medical images from more than 6700 cases. Each image is captioned and catalogued, and can be downloaded for local teaching. MedPix is hosted by the Department of Radiology and Radiological Sciences, at the Uniformed Services University (USUHS), in Bethesda, Maryland, a Federal medical school. The technology behind the web site was patented by a USUHS Professor, James G. Smirniotopoulos, MD - Chair of Radiology and Radiological Sciences - and is also licensed to the American College of Radiology (ACR).
Sniffing out diseases with a bio-electronic nose
Full ArticleA new European Union-funded project aims to develop an artificial, "bio-electronic" nose which could help doctors to diagnose a range of diseases. State-of-the-art nose technology is currently based on electrical conducting polymers - materials which are similar to plastics but can conduct electricity. These materials can be primed to absorb and respond to different odour molecules, and a typical artificial nose will feature an array of polymer sensors, each of which is responsive to a particular substance. However, odours affect many of the sensors in different ways, and the resulting pattern of responses needs to be analysed. Furthermore, their sensitivity is still relatively low.
New studies offer virtual reality therapy for psychological victims of September 11
Full ArticleMillions of New Yorkers witnessed the attacks on the World Trade Center of September 11, 2001, whether from inside the buildings or from afar. A large number of these people - as many as 65 percent by one account - report experiencing resulting emotional problems, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). As part of two new clinical research studies, these patients can receive virtual reality therapy at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center.
Mathematical tools for predicting facial surgery results
Full ArticleCranio-maxillofacial surgery is a medical speciality focusing on facial and skull reconstruction. This surgery can help patients with such disorders as cleft palate, malformations of the upper or lower jaw, and problems with the facial skeleton due to injury. Intensive pre-operative planning is needed not only to ensure that the medical purposes of the surgery are achieved, but also to give patients a sense of what their faces will look like after the surgery is performed.
Science of Learning Center comes to University of California San Diego
Full ArticleA better understanding of how humans learn could lead to improved teaching techniques and, along the way, alter the trajectories of countless human lives. Thanks to a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant for 3,5 million, with the possibility of an additional 32 million over the next decade, a University of California (UC) San Diego-based interdisciplinary team of scientists and educators is poised to clarify the importance of time in learning. The centre - called The Temporal Dynamics of Learning Center - will benefit from major participation from scientists at Vanderbilt University, Rutgers University at Newark, and other United States and international institutions.
 

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