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Technologies Review | August 19, 2017

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The Past, Present and Future Of EMR/EHR Implementation

March 12, 2016 |

Believe it or not, the Electronic Health Record (EHR) is not a new concept. Though it was previously referred to as an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) or Computerized Patient Record (CPR), it was first validated all the way back in 1991. Experts knew then and they know now – it’s one of the pieces needed to completely transform the medical care system if we want to boost quality and improve safety.

Back to the basics: What is an EHR?

Put simply, an EHR is a digital version of a medical record. It’s maintained by the provider over time and includes all the data relevant to each patient, including notes from their doctor, diagnoses, vital signs, immunizations, radiology reports, and all other pertinent data. Use of an EHR automates access to this vital information and allows numerous physicians to get instant access to the details they need.

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The History Behind LED Technology

December 25, 2015 |

LED technology has earned a place of prominence in today’s age due to the widespread applications it serves. Everything from home lighting to smartphones and televisions employs the use of LED technology in their functioning. It’s prevalence in the lighting industry is attributed to energy efficiency and long service life, making it the lighting solution of the future. LED technology has grown substantially and has been the center of a lot of research lately but it wasn’t a century ago. The development of LED took various stages of innovation to turn out the way it has now. From emitting visually unobservable light rays to emitting a full range of colors in the spectrum, LED technology is quickly replacing halogen and CFL all over the world.

In the year 1907, Henry Joseph Round made a discovery that would go on to revolutionize the world of lighting, as we know … Read More

Easy Home Tech Tweaks You Should DIY

December 23, 2015 |

Having a house demands knowing basic maintenance skills. There are some tech repairs that do not demand calling an electrician because you can do them by yourself. Keep reading and find out how to replace a dead light bulb, clean the air conditioning filter and old toner, and how to make your home theatre sound system better.

Replace a Dead Light Bulb

If the light bulb if black or exploded, you should first cut the power supply to avoid electric shock. If the light bulb is in the ceiling, you are going to have to use the ladders to reach it. Have someone assist you by holding the ladders while you are climbing them. Depending on the type of light fixture you are using (either hanging or ceiling attached), you are going to have to remove the lamp and hold the fixture body to get to … Read More

Home Theatre: Give Your Senses The Ultimate Experience

November 17, 2015 |

Inside every spacious house, there is a secret room. Inside that room, a certain kind of magic is happening right before your eyes. The tenants of the house are drawn to it, they just love spending time in that room and cannot seem to get enough of its magic. Over time, this rooms slowly becomes their favorite place in the house and it is easy to realize why – the room in question is, of course, a home theater and the reasons why you should install one in your house are numerous. Whether you see it as an enjoyment or a luxury, a home theater is something that will definitely change your life, and here is why.

The Setup

First things first – you need to know what to include in your home theater. Provided you already have the basics – a TV, a sound … Read More

Useful Tips To Preserve Your Old Movies

October 27, 2015 |

With all the treasures of the past that they contain and the memories that are associated with them, it becomes necessary to preserve these gems called movies. There are a lot of movies that are lost, a lot of data that gets corrupted along with the old formats that are incompatible with the modern day devices. Because of all these issues we have already lost quite a lot of valuable data. To preserve this data and pass it on to the upcoming generations would be a collection of prized heritage that has survived years or decades and is of utmost importance. The digital data is said to last anywhere between five years to hundred years and the research is still on how to preserve the digital data, both digitized and born digital, for a longer period of time. We also today have techniques to preserve the old movies by converting them into formats … Read More

Choosing The Best HDMI Cable – Quality vs Cost

February 3, 2015 |

Whether you’ve just bought yourself a shiny new X Box One, a PS4, a new TV or perhaps simply want to improve the picture quality between your TV and your Sky box, one thing is for sure and that is that you’ll be on the lookout for an HDMI cable. Yes, you can now pick these up for as little as £1 in Poundland and, in many cases, you’ll get one supplied with your appliance, however there’s a whole host of arguments for ditching cheap and nasty cables and going out and spending a LITTLE bit more on a high quality cable which will both offer ultimate picture and sound quality as well as lasting far longer than a cheap cable ever would.

In order to take a look at choosing the best HDMI cable and at why you should never go for £1 cables, we’ve teamed up with That Cable, a company who are … Read More

5 Tablet Accessories You Didn’t Know Existed

December 9, 2014 |

It is no secret that today’s tablets are capable of extraordinary things. With the right App in place, users can do everything from find the cheapest prices for gas to transpose text into other languages. However, people often fail to realize that there are accessories that exist beyond headphones and tablet covers. Explore some of the rarely-discovered accessories, and truly unlock the potential of the tablet that you use on a regular basis.

Mount It

The PadTab Mounting System is ideal for turning your flat interface into everything from a television to an easel. This kit comes with the ability to install two separate mounting stations that are extremely convenient for the home. People use this accessory to put cooking instructions at eye level for easy reference while others use the device to convert their tablet into hands-free media players for their children.

Strike a Chord

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Tablet Take-Over: 4 Killer Accessories For Tablets

December 5, 2014 |

The future of personal computing is light, mobile and filled with truly useful accessories. Not long ago, tablet manufacturers were mostly interested in developing hardware that could only be enhanced with the use of mobile apps. These days, however, the focus is on truly extending the functionality of tablets with useful accessories. The following four accessories allow tablet users to transform their devices into highly efficient productivity machines.

Keyboards

Let’s face it: mobile apps that enhance the touch typing functionality of tablets can only go so far. The popularity of tablets that sell with a case and special keyboard is a testament to the fact that tablet manufacturers are not going to bid goodbye to the sheer convenience of full, external keyboards. If anything, the new generation of keyboard accessories for tablets actually improves upon the tablet experience by offering Bluetooth connectivity, back lighting, integrated numeric pads, track pads, and more.

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Why To Opt For SIM Based Termination?

November 18, 2014 |

VoIPoperations wishes to expand the business into SIM based termination in order to utilize locally purchased SIM cards for low termination rates. The GSM termination solution that are available do not present reliable termination options as they don’t address the main GSM termination issues such as SIM card suspension, number traps, number probes, blacklist management and human behavior evaluation. This technology is the solution to the entire GSM termination problem by introducing a distributed GSM termination solution allowing VoIP providers to enter the GSM termination market with ease with minimum financial risk. The solution is integrated to include GSM channels, VoIP billing, and routing functionality in one server.

Features

Destination numbers traps – this is very much popular, quickest and undetectable method to suspend SIM based termination of GSM traffic. This method depends on calling the particular destination numbers that belong to the GSM network operator that record … Read More

Getting To Know Software Defined Radio

July 15, 2014 |

Are you interested in staying ahead of the curve when it comes to interacting with the latest in electronic technologies? Are you the early adopter amongst your friends looking to gain experience with the new and unique as soon as possible? If so, then it might be time to get involved with Software Defined Radio and its related enhancements. While new developments and advancements are discovered each day, SDR promises to offer several benefits to countless industries. Below is a list of frequently asked questions for those who have yet to experiment with Software Defined Radio:

What is the Purpose of Software Defined Radio?

The main intention of SDR development is to do away with all of the complex analog parts located within a traditional radio system. Instead, they are replaced with software that can accomplish the same task.

What is SDR Capable of in terms of Modulation?

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How To Clean Your VCR Heads In 9 Easy Steps

June 25, 2014 |

VCR, Video cassette recorder is an electromagnetic device used for various recording purposes from television broadcast or other sources. VCR gained extensive popularity in the past few decades due to its numerous advantages. VCRs were the main cause of the rise of the home video industry that gave business to millions of people. VCR was first released by Philips in 1970, is a recording and playback device used with TVs which allows you to record a show on a magnetic tape. Home VCRs usually have a television broadcast receiver or tuner for TV signal reception and a clock that can be programmed to record for the start and end time specified by the user.

The rise in its popularity led to stiff competition in the production market. Key VCR manufacturers are

–        Panasonic –        Matsushita Electric –        Sony –        JVC

Products manufactured by them were more efficient … Read More

4 Tricks You Need To Know To Save Big On Electronics

April 1, 2014 |

According to a study done by the Consumer Electronics Association, the average American adult spends $1,200 on electronics each year, and the average American household has 25 consumer electronic products. Americans love their electronics. With this in mind, saving on electronics this year should be on top of your money management priorities. If you love your electronics, but would rather save some of that $1,200 this year, use these four tips to get your electronics for less.

Purchase Electronics on Sale

The easiest way to spend less on electronics is to wait to buy them until they go on sale. Instead of rushing out to buy the newest items as soon as they come out, take some time to compare prices and watch for sales. You may be surprised how much you can save by simply waiting a couple of weeks. Black Friday is a particularly great time to find an … Read More

Technology That Makes Traveling Less Of A Hassle

March 19, 2014 |

In many instances, travel places people in strange surroundings and away from everything they feel comfortable with. Oftentimes, this results in extreme boredom and frustration. There are also instances where things go wrong when traveling. Fortunately, technology has made things easier for all of us. The bigger and more complicated things in life have become smaller and easier to do, giving the avid traveler many benefits. Thanks to many advances in technology, traveling all over the world is easier and more enjoyable than ever.

Directions and Maps 

At one time, if someone got lost traveling in a strange city, they had to pull over on the side of the road, unfold a map and try to figure out where they were and how they could get to their destination. Today, we have the luxury of a GPS system and many apps that tell travelers their exact location and the best … Read More