Monthly Archives: March 2012

Healthcare Devices – Portable Ultrasound

I thought to quickly write about a device that should help in the revolution of Healthcare. I’m talking about the GE VScan which is a portable Ultrasound device, and moves the bulky and expensive ultrasound from a hospital to the … Continue reading

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Keeping up with genetic tests and their data

As you might know, there is a lot going on in the field of genetics just in terms of tests and data, outside the tremendous research on genes and other related issues, and its hard to keep track of it. … Continue reading

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Genetics and Software industries

Continuing on a previous post on genetics, here are some thoughts about the genetics and software industry. Many people compare the software bubble of 2000 to the genetics bubble of today. Both genetics and software have experienced high growth patterns, … Continue reading

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A few of the top technologies used in Healthcare

The World Economic Forum has some picks of the top emerging technologies –  http://forumblog.org/2012/02/the-2012-top-10-emerging-technologies/ I’ll mention how a few of the listed items are being used in Healthcare. The various technologies are usually used in a combination to provide a solution. Informatics … Continue reading

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Applying Genetics – the present and the future

My last post covered the basics of genetics, and now we’ll cover the various aspects involved for using this knowledge. This is too much to cover in one post, so I have a series and I’ll start with outlining the … Continue reading

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