Technology has changed the way patients and doctors communicate. From emails and social media to telemedicine services, doctors are becomingRead more
Using machine learning to predict deterioration of patients, in this case paediatric patients, is something that will likely be the norm in the future landscape of healthcare.This study looks at machine learning as a tool to predict decompensation of paediatric patients in the ward thus needing ICU stay.
Technology has always been touted to ‘mend’ the failures of Man. Medical errors are common and often under-reported and unknown. Patients can sometimes pay the ultimate price for such failures in the healthcare system. The question remains, ” Can technology be depended upon to ensure patient safety?”Read more
This is a perplexing move by the Ministry of Health (MOH)
Why don’t they just de-recognise the universities for taking in students that do not have the grades?
Would it be just academic grades that are used as a yardstick? Perhaps some universities / medical schools may have other criteria for entry?
Healthcare is changing. Many patients are now looking for value in the services provided by clinics and hospitals. The digitalRead more
By Dr Timothy Cheng Appeared on The Star, I REFER to the editorial “Treating the health of the nation” (TheRead more