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GLOBAL HEALTH: FUTURE

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GLOBAL HEALTH: FUTURE

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INTERNET ACCESS FOR THE DISABLED

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INTERNET ACCESS FOR THE DISABLED

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THE TABLET GAME

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TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY TABLET


iPAD HYPE


iPAD WORLD




THE TABLET GAME

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TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY TABLET


iPAD HYPE


iPAD WORLD




GLOBAL HEALTH: WIRELESS

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GLOBAL HEALTH: WIRELESS

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TECH TERMS - PASSIVE OPTICAL NETWORK

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TechTerm_Image 2008.pngPassive Optical Network (PON):

Definition:
A Passive Optical Network consists of an optical line terminator located at the Central Office and a set of associated optical network terminals located at the customer's premise.

Between them lies the optical distribution network comprised of fibers and passive splitters or couplers. In a PON network, a single piece of fiber can be run from the serving exchange out to a subdivision or office park, and then individual fiber strands to each building or serving equipment can be split from the main fiber using passive splitters / couplers.

This allows for an expensive piece of fiber cable from the exchange to the customer to be shared amongst many customers thereby dramatically lowering the overall costs of deployment for fiber to the business (FTTB) or fiber to the home (FTTH) applications.

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TECH TERMS - PASSIVE OPTICAL NETWORK

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TechTerm_Image 2008.pngPassive Optical Network (PON):

Definition:
A Passive Optical Network consists of an optical line terminator located at the Central Office and a set of associated optical network terminals located at the customer's premise.

Between them lies the optical distribution network comprised of fibers and passive splitters or couplers. In a PON network, a single piece of fiber can be run from the serving exchange out to a subdivision or office park, and then individual fiber strands to each building or serving equipment can be split from the main fiber using passive splitters / couplers.

This allows for an expensive piece of fiber cable from the exchange to the customer to be shared amongst many customers thereby dramatically lowering the overall costs of deployment for fiber to the business (FTTB) or fiber to the home (FTTH) applications.

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RURAL EHR

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Thought you would find this of interest:

HHS Inoculates Rural Hospitals




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RURAL EHR

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HHS Inoculates Rural Hospitals




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BIRD + MOUSE = TWITTER PROBLEMS

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Just thought you would want to know:

Twitter blames upgrade for onMouseOver flaw

More tweets  . . .  More problems!  :-)



BIRD + MOUSE = TWITTER PROBLEMS

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Just thought you would want to know:

Twitter blames upgrade for onMouseOver flaw

More tweets  . . .  More problems!  :-)



MORE ON MOBILE POWER

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MORE ON MOBILE POWER

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THE STATE OF HEALTH CARE TECHNOLOGY

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THE STATE OF HEALTH CARE TECHNOLOGY

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HEALTH TERMS - CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT

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Clinical Decision Support

Definition:
Generally computer-based or digital tools that aid or enhance health care delivery.

Systems can encompass algorithms, computerized alerts and reminders, clinical guidelines, patient data reports, and clinical work flow tools.


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HEALTH TERMS - CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT

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Clinical Decision Support

Definition:
Generally computer-based or digital tools that aid or enhance health care delivery.

Systems can encompass algorithms, computerized alerts and reminders, clinical guidelines, patient data reports, and clinical work flow tools.


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HEALTH TERMS - BIOMARKER

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HEALTH TERM.jpgBiomarker

Definition:
A characteristic that is objectively measured and evaluated as an indicator of normal biologic processes, pathogenic processes, or pharmacologic responses to a therapeutic intervention.

Within wireless health, common uses will be in aiding diagnosis, as well as in therapeutic interventions such as medication titration. 


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HEALTH TERMS - BIOMARKER

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HEALTH TERM.jpgBiomarker

Definition:
A characteristic that is objectively measured and evaluated as an indicator of normal biologic processes, pathogenic processes, or pharmacologic responses to a therapeutic intervention.

Within wireless health, common uses will be in aiding diagnosis, as well as in therapeutic interventions such as medication titration. 


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HEALTH TERMS - HEALTH CARE INFORMATICS

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Health Care Informatics

Definition:
The effective organization, analysis, management, and use of information to support patient care, public health, teaching, research and administration.

Includes the design, implementation, and use of systems that manage the increasingly complex and voluminous information in health care delivery and research.



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HEALTH TERMS - HEALTH CARE INFORMATICS

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Health Care Informatics

Definition:
The effective organization, analysis, management, and use of information to support patient care, public health, teaching, research and administration.

Includes the design, implementation, and use of systems that manage the increasingly complex and voluminous information in health care delivery and research.



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BRAVE NEW MOBILE WORLD

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Mobile is 'new frontier' of health information

"In 10 years we have seen the Internet go from a slow, stationary, information vending machine to a fast, mobile, communications appliance that fits in your pocket,"  . . .  "Information has become portable, personalized and participatory. In fact, as we have watched the rise of wireless access, we've identified an effect that we're calling 'the mobile difference.'


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BRAVE NEW MOBILE WORLD

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Mobile is 'new frontier' of health information

"In 10 years we have seen the Internet go from a slow, stationary, information vending machine to a fast, mobile, communications appliance that fits in your pocket,"  . . .  "Information has become portable, personalized and participatory. In fact, as we have watched the rise of wireless access, we've identified an effect that we're calling 'the mobile difference.'


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Susannah Fox

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Wi WORLD OF WIRELESS

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WiFi World_Sept 2010.jpgHere it comes . . .

FCC Paving the Way to "Wi-Fi on Steroids"

Are you ready?



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Wi WORLD OF WIRELESS

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WiFi World_Sept 2010.jpgHere it comes . . .

FCC Paving the Way to "Wi-Fi on Steroids"

Are you ready?



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TECH TERM - PACKET

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Packet

Definition: A block of data sent over the network transmitting the identities of the sending and receiving stations, error-control information, and message.


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TECH TERM - PACKET

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Packet

Definition: A block of data sent over the network transmitting the identities of the sending and receiving stations, error-control information, and message.


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TECH TERM - KEYSTROKE MONITORING

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Keystroke Monitoring

Definition: A specialized form of audit trail software, or a specially designed device, that records every key struck by a user and every character of the response that the AIS returns to the user.




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TECH TERM - KEYSTROKE MONITORING

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Keystroke Monitoring

Definition: A specialized form of audit trail software, or a specially designed device, that records every key struck by a user and every character of the response that the AIS returns to the user.




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WORLD MOBILE

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As needs increase around the world:

For the poor, cellphones can offer lifeline


The world continues to get smaller . . .




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mAFRICA


WIRELESS LIFELINE




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WORLD MOBILE

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As needs increase around the world:

For the poor, cellphones can offer lifeline


The world continues to get smaller . . .




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Talking Technology with Leroy Jones, Jr.:

mAFRICA


WIRELESS LIFELINE




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DOCTORS & MOBILE HEALTH

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Sign of the times. 

Check out this interesting article:




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DOCTORS & MOBILE HEALTH

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Sign of the times. 

Check out this interesting article:




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TECH TERM - VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS

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TechTerm_Image 2008.pngVulnerability Analysis

Definition:
Systematic examination of an AIS or product to determine the adequacy of security measures, identify security deficiencies, provide data from which to predict the effectiveness of proposed security measures, and confirm the adequacy of such measures after implementation.

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TECH TERM - VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS

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TechTerm_Image 2008.pngVulnerability Analysis

Definition:
Systematic examination of an AIS or product to determine the adequacy of security measures, identify security deficiencies, provide data from which to predict the effectiveness of proposed security measures, and confirm the adequacy of such measures after implementation.

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TECH TERM - CLICK-RELOAD

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Definition: A popup that opens when you click on a link which at the same times reloads the page you are viewing.


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TECH TERM - CLICK-RELOAD

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TechTerm_Image 2008.pngClick-reload

Definition: A popup that opens when you click on a link which at the same times reloads the page you are viewing.


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NEW SHOW - OLDER ADULTS & SOCIAL MEDIA

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"TALKING TECHNOLOGY WITH

LEROY JONES, JR."


September 2, 2010


TOPIC:

"NEW SHOW -
OLDER ADULTS & SOCIAL MEDIA"


NEW SHOW - OLDER ADULTS & SOCIAL MEDIA

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"TALKING TECHNOLOGY WITH

LEROY JONES, JR."


September 2, 2010


TOPIC:

"NEW SHOW -
OLDER ADULTS & SOCIAL MEDIA"


APP WATCH

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The watch has begun . . .

FDA has App Stores Under Surveillance

What happens next?
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APP WATCH

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The watch has begun . . .

FDA has App Stores Under Surveillance

What happens next?
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