VMW Monthly - March 2007 - ISSN 1388-722X



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Contents March 2007 Issue

 
Cross-Atlantic state-of-the-art
 
Rift Valley fever patient in Eastern Africa examined by University of Texas Medical Branch experts via real-time, telemedicine connection
Innovative technology will help improve health care for Toronto's homeless
2000 influenza virus genomes now completed and publicly accessible
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston deploys public health preparedness framework with Oracle and TopQuadrant
Instantstream and Medicine for Africa launch telemedicine system
 
Grid for Health
 
Linux Cluster designed by Orlando's Tsunamic Technologies to power gene-sequencing research
BELIEF Technology Report with recommendations on Biomedical Informatics Grid infrastructure
Acuo Technologies announces availability of its PACS Aggregation Engine
Malaria: more than 4,3 million medicines tested thanks to calculation Grids
Winona State University joins World Community Grid
 
Healthcare compunetics
 
Medical Intelligence obtains United States patent linked to its VPS, an automated portable cardiac alarm system using GPS
Palm and Tolven bring open source electronic patient health records to Treo smartphones
WebVMC and Home Telehealth Ltd. form partnership in the United Kingdom to help meet demand from British Government's home patient monitoring programme
ADT Security Services to continue roll out of its health monitoring solution
HTH Worldwide introduces global Doctor Search and medical Translation Tools via mobile communication devices
 
Industrial Chemist's Corner
 
Lucid previews VivaNet telemedicine server for dermatology applications
Intel and Motion Computing pilot mobile clinical assistant at major hospitals around the world
Apollo Pathology PACS provides imaging and work flow benefits to laboratories
New on-line company making telemedicine more accessible to patients and health care providers
Sun Microsystems expands health care IT portfolio for better patient data integration
 
Planet Europe in Action
 
International consortium to get to heart of coronary artery disease
Influenza project looks at why respiratory diseases are a particular threat to the elderly
New supercomputer brings unique opportunities for Swedish brain research
Health-EU Portal now available in 20 languages
Health Hero Network launches Health Buddy TV in The Netherlands
 
The 21st century hospital
 
Hunterdon Medical Center selects Order Set Solution from Thomson Healthcare to standardize care delivery
IBM connects Duke Medicine patients and physicians through single on-line resource
Wayport to distribute PanGo's asset tracking solution for health care providers
Lehigh Valley Hospital and Health Network partners with GE Healthcare
Making operating rooms safer with open communication among equipment
 
Virtual snap shots
 
SIGKDD Explorations special issue on Data Mining for Health Informatics issues Call for Papers
Tangent's computing solutions to run Microsoft's Vista OS and VITA XR workstation for radiology announced
Optio's ink-on-glass solution streamlines EHR processes and eliminates the cost of pre-printed forms
Googling brain proteins with 3D goggles
Thomson Healthcare MercuryMD Mobile solutions top KLAS ratings
 
VMWC news bites
 
Machine learning could speed up radiation therapy for cancer patients
Virginia Tech's System X supercomputer provides supertool for simulation of cell division
Using nanomagnets to enhance medical imaging
New medications and cancer diagnosis goals of University of Houston engineers with $1 million in grants
Robotic exoskeleton replaces muscle work
 

Leads March 2007 Issue

 
Cross-Atlantic state-of-the-art
 
Rift Valley fever patient in Eastern Africa examined by University of Texas Medical Branch experts via real-time, telemedicine connection
Full ArticleAs a half-dozen University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) infectious disease, telemedicine and other experts gathered in the UTMB telemedicine studio early on the morning of January 22, a movie screen before them filled with the larger-than-life image of a bearded, prostrate 50-year-old herdsman in the Masalani Hospital of northeastern Kenya, who at that very moment was battling for his life. The patient had arrived at the regional hospital three days earlier, after experiencing nearly four days of intense fever, severe throbbing headaches, joint pain, nausea, vomiting after eating and weakness so profound he could no longer walk.
Innovative technology will help improve health care for Toronto's homeless
Full ArticleHealth professionals serving the homeless community in Toronto will be enabled to provide better health care thanks to innovative technology which gives them accurate, up-to-date information on their patients. An approximately $900.000 investment from Canada Health Infoway will make it possible to electronically link three care settings at the Sherbourne Health Centre: the Health Centre itself - a downtown Toronto clinic; the Health Centre's two mobile health buses that provide outreach medical services mostly to the homeless; and a 20-bed infirmary for people released from acute care who may not have adequate accommodations for a proper recovery. This is to be opened in early 2007.
2000 influenza virus genomes now completed and publicly accessible
Full ArticleThe Influenza Genome Sequencing Project, funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), one of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), has achieved a major milestone. The entire genetic blueprints of more than 2000 human and avian influenza viruses taken from samples around the world have been completed and the sequence data made available in a public database.
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston deploys public health preparedness framework with Oracle and TopQuadrant
Full ArticleThe University of Texas (UT) Health Science Center at Houston uses Semantic Web technology from Oracle and TopQuadrant, a Certified Partner in the Oracle PartnerNetwork, to enable public health preparedness and allow for improved decision making. UT-Houston's Situational Awareness and Preparedness for Public Health Incidences Using Reasoning Engines - or SAPPHIRE - system integrates a wide range of health and epidemiological data from local health care providers, hospitals and pharmacies. By applying social network analysis to the disparate data from multiple sources, health care providers can create a single, integrated metadata model to analyse, detect, and respond to public health matters.
Instantstream and Medicine for Africa launch telemedicine system
Full ArticleMedicine for Africa (MfA) has launched a collaborative venture with Instantstream Inc., New York, providing and delivering telemedicine services to physicians and medical universities in select African countries. The co-operation will build on existing MfA contacts with governments and universities in Africa, supported by American universities and company interests, and the unique interactive technology of Instantstream.
 
Grid for Health
 
Linux Cluster designed by Orlando's Tsunamic Technologies to power gene-sequencing research
Full ArticleA Linux cluster designed by Tsunamic Technologies will be used to power gene-sequencing research by scientists worldwide. John Van Workum, president of Tsunamic Technologies, said his firm landed a major contract with Integrated Genomics, the Chicago biomedical research firm, to integrate Tsunamic's high-performance computer clusters with Integrated Genomics' advanced ERGO bioinformatics software, which features the largest database of microbial genomes in existence.
BELIEF Technology Report with recommendations on Biomedical Informatics Grid infrastructure
Full ArticleThe BELIEF project has published a report on the Grid infrastructure needs for Biomedical Informatics as a stepping stone for preparing the services and research of Biology and Medicine. The BELIEF report is the result of a brainstorming session at CERN in October of 2006. The session focused on three complementary aspects of Biomedical Informatics: technological, organisational/policy and user-oriented issues. These components combined should form a solid basis for the promotion of convergence between the areas of Biology and Medicine and, via Grid technology, make feasible the implementation of a large-scale platform.
Acuo Technologies announces availability of its PACS Aggregation Engine
Full ArticleAcuo Technologies, a company specializing in the creation of high-performance software for intelligent medical image management, storage and data migration, has made available a new software component, the PACS Aggregation Engine. Acuo Technologies' PACS Aggregation Engine, a component of the Acuo DICOM Services Grid, can be licensed and used with any third party DICOM-compliant application, such as DICOM workstations and traditional department PACS, to enable a number of advanced features that can help health care organisations leverage their IT resources and improve patient care. Common applications include location of DICOM objects across multiple DICOM devices in a single query; pre-fetching content from multiple DICOM devices with a single request; and data migration from multiple DICOM archives.
Malaria: more than 4,3 million medicines tested thanks to calculation Grids
Full ArticleThe second phase of the Wisdom experiment, carried out as an international co-operation project involving IN2P3 /CNRS, was completed on January 31, 2007. Thanks to the association of several international calculation Grids, including the European Grid EGEE, it was possible to analyse close to 80.000 potential medicines for the treatment of malaria per hour over the course of 10 weeks. Wisdom opened up new therapeutic possibilities for the treatment of this illness and also for the fight against other tropical diseases.
Winona State University joins World Community Grid
Full ArticleWinona State University (WSU) has joined the World Community Grid, one of the world's largest technology-based humanitarian efforts. The World Community Grid harnesses unused power of the world's computers and directs it towards efforts that will help society. Sponsored by IBM, the World Community Grid joins together individual computers to solve pieces of large, complex problems facing mankind. Winona State is contributing the power of its most powerful desktop computers to perform calculations to compare genome sequences.
 
Healthcare compunetics
 
Medical Intelligence obtains United States patent linked to its VPS, an automated portable cardiac alarm system using GPS
Full ArticleOn January 18, 2007, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issued a notice of allowance for Medical Intelligence Technologies Inc.'s application entitled "Method And Apparatus For Trend Detection In An Electrocardiogram Monitoring Signal". The company has paid all appropriate fees, and the patent will be issued shortly. Obtaining the patent means that, more than six years after the creation of the Vital Positioning System (VPS), Medical Intelligence's intellectual property will be recognized in the United States for a period of 15 years.
Palm and Tolven bring open source electronic patient health records to Treo smartphones
Full ArticlePalm Inc. and Tolven Inc. have made available open source electronic Personal Health Record (ePHR) solutions on Palm Treo smartphones. The Tolven ePHR, an intuitive web-based application, lets users create, view, store and share extensive health care information, including medical history, medication lists, doctor's orders, laboratory results and immunization records - or simply monitor and capture blood glucose levels in the privacy of their homes. With Treo smartphones, patients, their families and clinicians can securely connect to health records via the Internet virtually anywhere.
WebVMC and Home Telehealth Ltd. form partnership in the United Kingdom to help meet demand from British Government's home patient monitoring programme
Full ArticleWebVMC, developer of the RemoteNurse telehealth system that enables 24 hour virtual medical care for remote disease management, has entered into an exclusive partnership with Home Telehealth Ltd. (HTL), one of the United Kingdom's major providers of telehealth products and managed care services to several NHS PASA NFA for Telecare suppliers. HTL will distribute WebVMC's software-based telehealth monitoring product in the United Kingdom and the 25 European Union countries. The announcement was made by Scott Sheppard, President and Chief Technology Officer of WebVMC and Peter Range, CEO of HTL.
ADT Security Services to continue roll out of its health monitoring solution
Full ArticleADT Security Services, a unit of Tyco Fire & Security, has launched its ADT WellHealth line of health monitoring services, designed to improve patient care and control health care costs. The WellHealth product suite was introduced at the White House Conference on Aging in Washington, D.C., in late 2005.
HTH Worldwide introduces global Doctor Search and medical Translation Tools via mobile communication devices
Full ArticleHTH Worldwide has developed a new suite of global medical assistance tools for mobile communication devices, enabling international travelers to find highly qualified physicians and to translate key medical terminology all around the world. Producing precise results with a few simple clicks, HTH Mobile Health serves the rapidly increasing ranks of world travelers relying on their mobile devices, such as PDAs and smart phones, to help them achieve their international business, leisure or educational goals.
 
Industrial Chemist's Corner
 
Lucid previews VivaNet telemedicine server for dermatology applications
Full ArticleLucid Inc. has previewed its VivaNet telemedicine server for dermatology applications at the American Academy of Dermatology 2007 Annual Meeting. The VivaNet server is intended to link dermatology practitioners using Lucid's non-invasive VivaScope confocal imagers with other dermatologists or pathologists via the Internet.
Intel and Motion Computing pilot mobile clinical assistant at major hospitals around the world
Full ArticleIntel Corporation has launched the mobile clinical assistant (MCA) which is ready to enable nurses to spend more time with patients, do their jobs on the move while remaining connected, and manage the administration of medications. Motion Computing's C5 is the first product based on Intel's MCA platform and has earned support from clinicians and nurses participating in pilot studies around the world.
Apollo Pathology PACS provides imaging and work flow benefits to laboratories
Full ArticleApollo PACS Inc., formerly Apollo Telemedicine Inc., has introduced its new name and incorporation. At the heart of Apollo's solutions is PathPACS - Pathology Picture Archiving and Communications Solution. Apollo's PathPACS integrates pathology imaging into the electronic patient record and enables surgeons, dermatologists, and other specialists to connect to the laboratory to view results and images.
New on-line company making telemedicine more accessible to patients and health care providers
Full ArticleBoth the amount of total patient care needs in the United States and the cost of health insurance are on the rise. As a result, there are a growing number of opportunities for new advances in telemedicine to make treatment more efficient and affordable. A new on-line company, Altech Diagnostics Inc., has recently launched to provide the products and services that medical providers and patients need to keep up with the increasing pace of health care.
Sun Microsystems expands health care IT portfolio for better patient data integration
Full ArticleSun Microsystems has introduced the Sun B2B-enabled Electronic Master Patient Index (EMPI), as well as two OEM offerings, iPACS and uPACS, Integrated and Utility Picture Archiving and Communication Systems, at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) conference in New Orleans. This launch is part of Sun's broad focus building on the Solaris 10 Operating System (OS) to transform health care, continuing to deliver infrastructure software designed to enable easier data sharing across the entire health care spectrum, for both payment processes and for electronic health records (EHR).
 
Planet Europe in Action
 
International consortium to get to heart of coronary artery disease
Full ArticleAn international consortium has been launched to tackle coronary artery disease using the latest scientific tools. Funded by the European Commission, the initiative will build on recent advances in genomic science and the understanding of our genes to develop effective strategies for preventing and treating the disease.
Influenza project looks at why respiratory diseases are a particular threat to the elderly
Full ArticleFour million people die every year from respiratory diseases such as viral influenza. For elderly people in particular, an infection can be dangerous. What is more, the flu vaccine is not as effective with this risk group as it is with younger people. The reason for this is that with age the fire power of the immune system is reduced. Why this is the case is largely unknown. An international European Union project led by the University of Bonn is now starting which aims at shedding light on this. Among other things, the researchers want to get a step closer to solving this riddle by examining tens of thousands of blood samples. The objective is also to develop new medicines which largely inactivate the viruses and enable the immune system to deal with the small amount of residual viruses.
New supercomputer brings unique opportunities for Swedish brain research
Full ArticleApproximately 127 million people in Europe are suffering from some kind of brain disease or injury. With the long term goal to improve diagnostics and find new therapies in their sights, the Stockholm Brain Institute (SBI) and IBM have embarked on a partnership that gives Swedish brain researchers access to a unique supercomputer. The computer system Blue Gene is the first of its kind in the Nordic region and will be installed in the Parallel Computer Centre at the Royal Institute of Technology. The joint project will cost an estimated SKr 20 million.
Health-EU Portal now available in 20 languages
Full ArticleWorried that you'll let those New Year's resolutions slide and want to find out more about healthier living? Are you a health professional wanting to read up on the latest European Union (EU) legislation? Concerned about the risks of pandemic flu? Going on holiday and need some advice about vaccinations or access to health care? Do you want to know more about the EU's health policy and how it affects you? From today, Health-EU is now available in 20 European languages. Initially launched in English in May 2006 by the European Commission's Directorate General for Health and Consumer Affairs, it is a "one stop shop" for Europeans wanting to find out what's happening across a broad spectrum of health issues in their own countries and across Europe. It is aimed at everybody interested in health, as well as health care professionals, scientists and policy makers.
Health Hero Network launches Health Buddy TV in The Netherlands
Full ArticleHealth Hero Network, an innovator of technology solutions for chronic care management, has launched Health Buddy TV, a new product which will deliver the company's proven Health Buddy System to patients through an interactive television connection. Health Hero Network's international partner Sananet B.V. will market the Health Buddy TV product in The Netherlands. Meavita, a Dutch homecare organisation, is the first Health Buddy TV customer.
 
The 21st century hospital
 
Hunterdon Medical Center selects Order Set Solution from Thomson Healthcare to standardize care delivery
Full ArticleHunterdon Medical Center in Flemington, New Jersey, is implementing Thomson Healthcare's Order Set Solution. The unique Order Set application improves a hospital's performance management in the medication care delivery and disease management process by providing evidence-based recommendations.
IBM connects Duke Medicine patients and physicians through single on-line resource
Full ArticleDuke Medicine has teamed with IBM to develop and launch a single, unified health portal site where patients can securely and easily access data and services, including personal health profiles; clinical content; account billing and insurance information. Typically, health systems have multiple sites to conduct patient and clinical communications such as patient billing services or information for referring physicians. Now, by using a service oriented architecture (SOA) based on IBM software and services to connect information from disparate systems, the Duke HealthView allows patients and eventually physicians to access and manage health information and services more efficiently and effectively from one single site.
Wayport to distribute PanGo's asset tracking solution for health care providers
Full ArticleWayport Inc., an international expert in the design and integration of applications and software over wired and wireless carrier grade networks, has reached an agreement with PanGo Networks Inc. to enable and distribute the PanGo enterprise asset tracking solution, which is comprised of the PanGo Locator asset tracking application, the PanOS Platform for unified location management and PanGo Active RFID Tags, as part of the Wayport suite of products and services in the health care vertical market.
Lehigh Valley Hospital and Health Network partners with GE Healthcare
Full ArticleLehigh Valley Hospital and Health Network (LVHHN), one of the United States' first digital hospitals and the largest academic community hospital system in Pennsylvania, is rolling out GE Healthcare's Centricity Electronic Medical Record (EMR) solution to up to 1000 local primary care physicians and specialists.
Making operating rooms safer with open communication among equipment
Full ArticleNew research at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) aims to make hospital operating rooms safer by opening the lines of communication between computerized hospital beds and blood pressure monitors. In modern operating rooms, major pieces of equipment like beds and monitors are computerized, yet they lack the ability to share information with each other. When a bed is raised or lowered, for instance, a patient's blood pressure fluctuates but the monitor, which is static, may give a faulty reading.
 
Virtual snap shots
 
SIGKDD Explorations special issue on Data Mining for Health Informatics issues Call for Papers
Full ArticleIn a special issue of SIGKDD Explorations, guest editors Raymond Ng from the University of British Columbia, Canada and Jian Pei from the Simon Fraser University, Canada solicit papers on health informatics research which requires mining of large amounts of data - clinical, DNA copy number, gene expression, protein expression and/or metabolonomics data. Deadline for submissions is March 30, 2007.
Tangent's computing solutions to run Microsoft's Vista OS and VITA XR workstation for radiology announced
Full ArticleTangent's PC, workstation, server and mobile computing solutions are now shipping with Microsoft Windows Vista operating system. Vista is of particular importance to Tangent because the new operating system incorporates touch screen technology, which is a key option in Tangent's all-in-one VITA PCs. Tangent will also introduce at HIMSS the VITA XR, an all-in-one, digital viewing workstation for radiology.
Optio's ink-on-glass solution streamlines EHR processes and eliminates the cost of pre-printed forms
Full ArticleOptio Healthcare, a provider of affordable electronic health record (EHR) and forms automation solutions for the health care community, will be introducing a new Tablet PC forms-management module as an optional component of its subscription-based QuickRecord EHR solution suite. Optio QuickTablet, which is available for demonstration at the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, will be available to the general public by the end of April 2007 and is Optio's first software solution intended for use on the lightweight, keyboard-free Tablet PC.
Googling brain proteins with 3D goggles
Full ArticleThe Allen Brain Atlas, a genome-wide map of the mouse brain on the Internet, has been hailed as "Google of the brain". The atlas now has a companion or the brain's working molecules, a sort of pop-up book of the proteins, or proteome map, that those genes express.
Thomson Healthcare MercuryMD Mobile solutions top KLAS ratings
Full ArticleThomson Healthcare's MercuryMD Mobile solutions have been recognized as the Category Leader for Mobile Data Systems in the Top 20: Best in KLAS Report published by KLAS Enterprises. This is the fifth consecutive year that the MercuryMD Mobile solutions have been ranked number one in the category, signaling a high degree of quality and customer confidence in the solutions to resolve the challenges of delivering critical information to medical professionals at the point of care.
 
VMWC news bites
 
Machine learning could speed up radiation therapy for cancer patients
Full ArticleA new computer-based technique could eliminate hours of manual adjustment associated with a popular cancer treatment. In a paper published in the February 7 issue of Physics in Medicine and Biology, researchers from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute describe an approach that has the potential to automatically determine acceptable radiation plans in a matter of minutes, without compromising the quality of treatment.
Virginia Tech's System X supercomputer provides supertool for simulation of cell division
Full ArticleVirginia Tech researchers in computer science and biology have used the university's supercomputer, System X, to create models and algorithms that make it possible to simulate the cell cycle - the processes leading to cell division. They have demonstrated that the new mathematical models and numerical algorithms provide powerful tools for studying the complex processes going on inside living cells.
Using nanomagnets to enhance medical imaging
Full ArticleNanoscale magnets in the form of iron-containing molecules might be used to improve the contrast between healthy and diseased tissue in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), as long as the concentration of nanomagnets is carefully managed, according to a new report by researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and collaborators. Molecular nanomagnets are a new class of MRI contrast agents that may offer significant advantages, such as versatility in design, over the compounds used today.
New medications and cancer diagnosis goals of University of Houston engineers with $1 million in grants
Full ArticleIdentifying new medications and providing foolproof cancer diagnosis are two benefits anticipated from research by a team of engineering professors at the University of Houston. A tabletop system capable of screening tens of thousands of drug candidates in an hour and a tool that can provide a reliable cancer diagnosis with minuscule quantities of tissue obtained through non-invasive means are just two possible outcomes of research led by Dmitri Litvinov, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering and of chemical and biomolecular engineering in the Cullen College of Engineering at the University of Houston. Along with his co-investigators Richard Willson, professor of chemical engineering and biochemical and biophysical sciences, and John Wolfe, professor of electrical and computer engineering, Dmitri Litvinov and his team received more than $1 million in grants from the National Institutes of Health and the Alliance for NanoHealth.
Robotic exoskeleton replaces muscle work
Full ArticleA robotic exoskeleton controlled by the wearer's own nervous system could help users regain limb function, which is encouraging news for people with partial nervous system impairment, according to University of Michigan researchers. The ankle exoskeleton developed at the University of Michigan was worn by healthy subjects to measure how the device affected ankle function. The University of Michigan team has no plans to build a commercial exoskeleton, but their results suggest promising applications for rehabilitation and physical therapy, and a similar approach could be used by other groups who do build such technology.
 

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