Singapore: P V Sindhu survived a scare before making the semi-finals but Saina Nehwal was thoroughly outplayed in her straight-game quarter-final loss on a mixed day for India at the Singapore Open badminton tournament here on Friday. Sindhu, in fact, emerged as the lone survivor after India’s campaign in men’s singles was over following the ouster of Kidambi Srikanth and Sameer Verma, and loss of mixed doubles Indian pair of Pranaav Jerry Chopra and N Sikki Reddy later in the day. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over ChandigarhRio Games silver-winner Sindhu defeated world No.18 and 2017 BWF World Junior Championship bronze-medallist Cai Yanyan of China 21-13 17-21 21-14 to set up a meeting with former world champion Nozomi Okuhara. It is Sindhu’s second semifinal of the season, following a last-four finish at the India Open last month. The second-seeded Okuhara, hailing from Japan, didn’t break much sweat on her way to a 21-8 21-13 win over sixth seed Saina, a bronze-medallist at the London Olympics. Also Read – Vijender’s next fight on Nov 22, opponent to be announced laterIn men’s singles, Srikanth’s struggle against Kento Momota continued as he suffered his ninth straight loss to the Japanese top seed, going down 18-21 21-19 9-21 in 66 minutes to end his campaign with yet another quarterfinal finish. Sameer Verma, a world No. 16, battled for an hour and nine minutes before losing 10-21 21-15 15-21 to second seeded Chinese Taipei Chou Tien Chen. In mixed doubles, Pranaav and Sikki suffered a 14-21 16-21 loss to third seed Thai pair of Dechapol Puavaranukroh and Sapsiree Taerattanachai to bow out of the World Tour Super 500 tournament. Sindhu broke off at 5-5 in the opening game to earn the bragging rights but her Chinese rival came back strongly in the second game, opening up a lead of 11-6 at the break. The Indian fought back superbly to narrow the lead to 15-16 before Cai marched ahead to take the match to the decider. In the third game, Sindhu once again found her bearings and surged to a lead of 11-5 before the interval. The Indian continued to move ahead and closed out the match comfortably in the end. In contrast, Saina, who had defeated Okuhara in their last three meetings and also enjoyed a 9-4 advantage ahead of this clash, fell apart against the Japanese in a lop-sided clash. Saina made with two unforced errors as Okuhara jumped to a 9-0 lead. The Japanese controlled the rallies to dominate the proceedings. The Indian failed to breach the gap, collecting only eight points. Okuhara eventually sealed the opening game when Saina hit the net. In the second game, Saina rose to 4-0 initially. The Indian tried to put pressure on her rival but more often she ended up missing the lines or finding the net to bled points.
Rabat – Morocco’s two latest games, against Cameroon and Tunisia, may have improved its position in the ranking.With a total of 1,440 points, Morocco ranks 3rd in Africa behind Senegal (23rd worldwide) and Tunisia (26th worldwide). Nigeria came fourth in Africa and 44th in the world.FIFA’s October ranking put the Atlas Lions in 47th globally and 3rd in Africa. Tunisia and Senegal switched the top two places. Belgium, France, and Brazil top the global ranking for November. Portugal and Argentina climbed one place each to be ranked 6th and 11th, respectively.
The government says no amount of action taken locally will bring about a lasting solution to the people smuggling issue, unless the international community comes together, to implement sustained and effective measures to prevent such activities.Justice Minister Rauff Hakeem said that the effective deterrent action needs to be accompanied by adequate publicity to reach both the smugglers and the smuggled. He said that sustained international cooperation is also important to prevent the relocation of the illegal operations elsewhere with less stringent in application of the law. The Minister said this while in Indonesia to attend a summit on people smuggling, the Ministers media unit said. He said that Sri Lanka is a key stakeholder in fight against irregular movement of persons in the region. In addition Sri Lanka has signed repatriation arrangements with the European Union and also with number of other countries. The repatriation agreements which are intensely negotiated and agreed upon reflect the confidence the destination countries have reposed on Sri Lanka.“It is my considered opinion that the best efforts made by the government of Sri Lanka and all other source and transit countries will be futile and ineffectual, in the absence of similar stringent measures being put in place by the destination countries,” he said.The Minister said that a clear signal has to be sent to the operators of people smuggling business and to those still contemplating and willing to take the perilous journey across the sea, that they have nothing to gain by endangering their lives and using up their life savings, since there is high potential that their destination country may not meet their expectations. (Colombo Gazette) He said that it is no secret that the criminal syndicates that operate people smuggling networks, utilise the provisions of the ‘Refugee Convention’ to the point of abuse, to obtain for those who are willing to pay their exorbitant fee, access to destination countries, by fraudulently claiming refugee status.“As you may be aware, human smuggling and trafficking operations have long been a key revenue raiser for the LTTE. Though the LTTE is defeated militarily, the international operators of the LTTE are still in possession the massive resources they have accumulated from gun-running, people-smuggling and other illegal activities. Therefore the issue of irregular migration is a subset of a much larger problem of transnational crime that needs to be curbed with our collective efforts,” he said.
BRUSSELS – The European Union has imposed a ban on investment in Crimea, and other economic sanctions including measures aimed at keeping tourists away.The new measures on investment, services and trade, announced Thursday, beef up the EU’s previous sanctions taken in response to Russia’s annexation of the peninsula from Ukraine in March.Europeans and EU-based companies cannot buy real estate or businesses in Crimea, finance Crimean companies or supply services as of Saturday.In additional, EU operators will no longer be allowed to offer tourism services to Crimea’s Black Sea beaches or other destinations. Cruise ships owned by an EU-based company or flying an EU member state’s flag will also no longer be allowed to call at Sevastopol or other Crimean ports, except in an emergency. European Union imposes ban on investment in Crimea, other economic sanctions. by The Associated Press Posted Dec 18, 2014 5:11 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
OTTAWA – So much for the bromance — it’s all about America now.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his federal Liberal government must now confront the reality of a Donald Trump presidency as his cabinet members begin gathering today in Calgary for a three-day retreat.Up to now, Trudeau has had a relatively smooth ride guiding Canada’s relations with the U.S., thanks to being so simpatico with Barack Obama — natural allies on climate change, with a close personal relationship that oozed brotherly affection.Now the Liberals are girding for a major reset with Washington, which is expected to be the preoccupying pastime for Liberal ministers during their upcoming meetings.Trump laid bare his governing vision — “America First” — in an inaugural address that savaged the U.S. political establishment and pledged to make creating jobs for Americans his overriding priority. Foreign policy was an afterthought.So far, the Liberals have taken a wise approach in reaching out to the Trump’s transition team, “in order to begin conveying the importance of our economic partnership and the American interest in maintaining it,” said Roland Paris, Trudeau’s former foreign policy adviser.But now the real work starts with Trump taking over the White House.“This is a big shift. It’s not just true for Canada but for every country in the world. We have a U.S. administration which is pursuing an approach which looks like it will be different from any U.S. administration in our lifetime.”Trudeau has already shuffled his cabinet to adapt to Trump appointing trade specialist Chrystia Freeland to Foreign Affairs, and retired general Andrew Leslie as her parliamentary secretary, thanks to his connection to a number of fellow former military commanders who got top jobs under Trump.The Liberal government says it is seeking common ground with the Trump administration on promoting middle-class growth.Prior to her promotion, Freeland was already making the rounds in Washington, talking to members of Congress and Trump’s transition team in her capacity as trade minister.Freeland met with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, now a Trump adviser, as well as Stephen Schwarzman, the CEO of the Blackstone Group investment firm, who was appointed in December to lead the President’s Strategic and Policy Forum.Trump wants the 16 CEOs and business leaders in the group to provide him a private-sector perspective on finding ways to create jobs and drive growth.Georganne Burke, an American-born Trump supporter who is a vice-president of a Toronto public relations firm, said it would be a good idea for the Liberals to keep talking to Schwarzman and his group.“Trump wants to bring back jobs and that’s what this group is about,” she said. “There might be some areas where they can complement each other.” Trudeau cabinet retreat to confront the reality of Trump’s presidency Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks to the Calgary Chamber of Commerce in Calgary, Alta., Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2016.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh by Mike Blanchfield, The Canadian Press Posted Jan 22, 2017 5:30 am MDT Last Updated Jan 22, 2017 at 2:17 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
To be a smuggler you need to have a few tricks up your sleeve for getting goods through customs or over a border unnoticed. One of the hottest gadgets to hit the market recently is the iPad 2, and still to a certain extent the iPhone 4, so both are the targets of smugglers wanting to make a quick profit.In China and nearby Hong Kong both gadgets sell for different prices due to a difference in tax. So if you can get an iPad or iPhone to Hong Kong after acquiring it in China, the profit margins can be higher. But how do you get large quanities of these devices smuggled from one place to the other undetected?A group of Chinese smugglers came up with what they thought was a perfect solution: a zip-line across the river. Using a crossbow they shot a strong fishing line across the Sha Tau Kok river where the arrow lodged in a rural house on the Hong Kong side. In total, the line was 300 meters in length.Using a large wheel and a nylon bag suspened on a hook from the line, they proceeded to slide the iPads and iPhones across in small quantities during the night. This meant no border checks, and no time consuming hiding of the devices in a vehicle in the hopes they would make it across.Unfortunately, the scheme had a flaw in so far as even at night a heavy bag sliding down a zipline is going to catch the attention of anyone looking out on the river. It didn’t take long for the police to arrive and shut down the operation.The value of the gadgets yet to make it down the line totalled $46,000, but we have no idea how many bags full of Apple hardware actually made it over.Read more at Giz-China.com, via TechCrunch
As smartphones become an increasingly popular delivery method for information, it’s important to take a look at the other significant cost associated with owning one of these devices. After all, you can get a discounted or old phone, but there is no avoiding paying those monthly fees. With that in mind, what does mobile data cost around the world?In every country there are carriers feeding data to millions of users. Each country and carrier has different rules and different speeds, and with those come any number of different prices. Pricing differs wildly from country to country for many different reasons, ranging from competition to regulation to availability of technology. The International Telecommunication Union has created a report based on pricing from all over the world to show just how different things are depending on where you go.Unsurprisingly, the US is one of the most expensive place in the world to get 500MB of mobile data, it’s not the most expensive though. This (completely unwanted) crown for the most the most expensive data plans goes to Angola which comes in at $110.Weighing in at $85 for pre-paid data between AT&T and Verizon Wireless, the US has — by far — the most expensive off-contract price you can find in an area so full of mobile users. It’s worth pointing out that these pre-paid plans include LTE speeds where available, despite the fact that most of the US or the rest of the world has not fully deployed LTE. Russia and China, for example, sit at $27 and $24 respectively. China is not an LTE market yet, and many of their smartphones come equipped with the ability to use two services independently with Dual-SIM slots in their phones. It’s possible that the ability to rapidly switch from service to service helps keep costs down in these areas.Seeing how much more expensive data is in the US compared to the $13.80 in France, $8.80 in England, and $12.40 in Germany is quite interesting. Accusations get tossed around frequently regarding US carriers working together to artificially raise prices on their services, but here we see the actual numbers laid out side by side and it is hard not to want answers as to why mobile data is more expensive in the US than almost anywhere else in the world.Some sample prices from the data:Angola: $110.60US: $85.00Canada: $40.60Brazil: $33.30Turkey: $28.90Mexico: $28.80Russia: $27.60China: $24.10France: $13.80Australia: $12.80Germany: $12.40
Malahide jewellery shop robbery leaves female staff member in hospital Gardaí are appealing for anyone who may have seen the suspects to contact them. 21,260 Views File photo Sunday 22 Jan 2017, 9:14 AM Share Tweet Email By Sean Murray File photo Image: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland 6 Comments http://jrnl.ie/3199197 5’9′, around 50 years of age, wearing glasses and a yellow jacketThe second was wearing a black jacket, white hat and was much younger than the first.Anyone who may have seen men fitting these descriptions before or after 5pm is asked to contact Malahide Garda station on 01 666 4600.Read: Two men arrested after three violent robberies in Dublin city centre this morningRead: Former garda forced to retire because of psychological injuries awarded €162,000 Image: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland GARDAÍ ARE SEARCHING for two men involved in the robbery of a jewellery shop in Malahide, in Dublin, yesterday which left a female staff member injured and taken to hospital.At around 5pm yesterday, at least two suspects entered the premises at The Diamond in Malahide Village.They threatened staff in the shop, and took a number of items including watches.The female staff member became involved in an altercation, and was injured. An ambulance was called, and she was taken to hospital.Her injuries are not described as life-threatening.Both men are said to have run in the direction of St Margaret’s Avenue, Malahide.The two male suspects are described as: Jan 22nd 2017, 9:14 AM Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Greek Prime Minister Costa Karamanalis and his wife Natasha enjoyed a successful two day trip to Cyprus last week.Over the two days in Cyprus Karamanlis addressed the Cypriot Parliament, met with Cypriot President, Dimitris Christofias, as well as with the leadership of major political parties AKEL and DIKO. The Greek Prime Minister also met with the the Archbishop of Cyprus, Chrysostomos II, and with the Committee of Relatives of Missing Persons and Undeclared Prisoners of War.The Greek Prime Minister and the Cypriot President discussed how the reunification talks were progressing.Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis assured Cypriots that Greece will support, with all its strength, the efforts for a just, viable and functional solution to the Cyprus problem.Speaking after talks with Christofias in Nicosia, Karamanlis said United Nations-mediated negotiations “should continue until a settlement is reached… without the intervention of third parties and imposed deadlines.”The two leaders also said they will continue to back Turkey’s full membership of the European Union despite their disappointment at the lack of progress in talks to reunify the island.“We support Turkey’s course to accession because we believe that a Turkey which adopts European codes of conduct would be better for its citizens, for the entire EU and for its neighbors,” Karamanlis said at a joint news conference.Christofias and Karamanlis said they oppose the idea of awarding Turkey a “special relationship” with the EU instead of full membership; insisting Ankara should continue to strive toward fulfilling all membership criteria.Prior to departing from Nicosia for the energy conference in Sofia, Bulgaria, the Greek Prime Minisiter said he was honoured by the way Cypriots have welcomed him in Cyprus and their love of Greece. While Karamanlis’ talk of a Turkey enmeshed with Western European values was applauded by many, some foreign critics are of the view that any genuine attempt by Turkey to join the European Union is doomed to failure. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
‘Star Wars’ Grenade-Shaped Coke Bottles Banned From FlightsDisney Remasters Classic ‘Aladdin’ and ‘Lion King̵… Disney is joining in on the set-top box craze with a brand new device that’s targeting 2017 for launch.The Disney Kids TV is a product that Disney is working with in tandem with accessory company Snakebyte, and it just debuted during CES 2017. It will be available in three different themes: The Avengers, Frozen, and Disney Kids when it finally hits store shelves.Created as a set-top box option meant solely for kids’ rooms, the box will come loaded with games, movies, and TV shows as well as support for 4K resolution. It’s aimed at kids who want content providers in their own rooms, and are fortunate enough to have parents cool with that. It will feature parental guidance controls and content that’s much easier to monitor than regular boxes like Roku or Apple TV, which are more open and thus simpler for kids to get into and watch shows not meant for their age range.The box itself will run $99, but there isn’t a concrete date just yet for when consumers will be able to get their hands on it. There will be a special Disney-branded controller sold along with the box for $39, though it has been said that the controller itself is an optional part of the purchase. The box will support additional Bluetooth controllers as well and you can download any app from the Google Play store as well.For $99, however, there are cheaper options that could be modified to remain safe for kids and ensure they’re removed from more adult content. This is really just an example of paying for the Disney brand and special wrappings for the box, especially if there’s no exclusive content releasing on-board as it is. It’s not like it’s going to play Disney Infinity. We’ll have to wait a little while longer to see what it has to offer, especially with its premium price tag and release date later in the year. Stay on target
The team has not won in the English Premier League since two months ago but expects to turn their luck around soonBurnley hasn’t won a single game in the English Premier League since beating Cardiff City two months ago.And for manager Sean Dyche, the team can turn their luck around soon.“Last weekend wasn’t good enough. We know that,” Dyche was echoed by Sky Sports.Match Preview: Burnley vs Liverpool Boro Tanchev – August 30, 2019 Premier League leaders Liverpool travel to Burnley for the Matchday 4 of the 2019-20 Premier League campaign.“But then a short number of days before against Newcastle [Burnley lost 2-1], I thought it was a good performance and I thought we deserved more than we got.”“So, there is a balance to the workload and how we are performing,” he added.“I know the players we are working with, and I know the honesty and the endeavor and I know some of the quality. That sometimes gets pushed aside when results aren’t going your way.”“The players are still working and have been good around the place. We’ve had disappointments before and pushed them aside quickly, and we’ve got to do that again,” he commented.
Nebraska agriculture leaders had the chance to meet with U.S. Trade Representative nominee Robert Lighthizer last week and discuss issues important to farmers and ranchers.American Soybean Association (ASA) Director Jim Miller attended the meeting, organized by Nebraska Sen. Benjamin Sasse, and said the group was “cautiously optimistic” about the discussion.During the meeting, representatives from various ag sectors stressed to Lighthizer the importance of gaining exports.“He said he heard us and we need to open markets,” Miller said.The group also discussed the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and Lighthizer assured ag leaders they will have a seat at the table in discussions and emphazised the need for rules of origin, intellectual property protection, labor and environment rules.He added NAFTA negotiations will start once President Donald Trump issues notice to use Trade Promotion Authority (TPA), followed by consultation and a period of 90 days.Miller asked about the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the 12 nation agreement Trump withdrew the U.S. from in January. Soy growers supported the agreement to help expand market access in the Asia-Pacific region.Lighthizer said he wants to take what TPP and the previous negotiators hoped to accomplish and improve upon it.Lighthizer has said he will take a tough stance on China. During the meeting, he said balancing pressure, while still growing markets will be difficult—but the goal is to maintain exports.
BEDFORD, MA — Minuteman Senior Services, which serves Wilmington and 15 other communities, is seeking a volunteer ombudsman.The Ombudsman Program provides a means for persons in long-term care facilities to voice their problems and concerns and have their complaints addressed. The program is mandated by state and federal law and funded by the Older Americans Act through the Executive Office of Elder Affairs.Ombudsmen are volunteers from diverse backgrounds who visit residents of long-term care facilities every week to resolve problems and concerns. Following training and certification by the office of the State Ombudsman, they are assigned to a specific facility where they serve as a link among residents, facility staff, and organizations in the community. Ombudsmen report their findings regularly to the program office.During visits to facilities, ombudsmen:Contact residents and receive complaintsInvestigate and resolve problemsMonitor care and environmentProvide information and referral to residents and their families and to facility staffAssure that complaints of abuse, mistreatment, neglect and misappropriation are given immediate attention by the program officeInform residents of their rights under state and federal lawFor more information about the program or to learn how to become a volunteer, contact the Ombudsman Program at Minuteman Senior Services:Krystyn MiloneOmbudsman Program Director781email@example.comLearn more about volunteer oppportunities at Minuteman Senior Services HERE.(NOTE: The above announcement is from tMinuteman Senior Services.) Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Minuteman Senior Services Seeking Board Member From WilmingtonIn “Community”IT’S OUR TURN: Wilmington Seniors Speak Out In Favor Of A New Senior CenterIn “Government”VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Wilmington Commission On Disabilities Seeking New MemberIn “Government”
If you’ve ever been surprised by a hamburger from a Japanese restaurant chain online, you’ve probably seen a Lotteria burger. This fast food chain creates some truly bizarre foodstuffs, with absolutely delicious results. The “Zenbu Nose Burger,” or “Burger with Everything on It” shocked fans by including everything but the kitchen sink on the four-patty burger as well as a wide variety of sauces. The “Purple Magic Bacon Double Excellent Cheeseburger” for Halloween boasted purple sauce. And now, the latest Lotteria burger, the “Nobiiru Cheeseburger,” is all about super-stretchy cheese. Ridiculously stretchy. Unthinkably stretchy.In fact, it’s based on the word “nobiru,” which means “to stretch.” That’s just what this burger does, exemplified by RocketNews24’s recent sojourn to a Lottery store, where it was revealed just how stretchy this new cheeseburger’s cheese actually is. The staff checked it out as the burger went on sale, discovering two burgers that are called the Nobiiru Cheeseburger. One is the Nobiiru Cheeseburger proper, which is about $3.70 and consists of a mozzarella cheese patty and a hash brown patty with another cheese slice on the bottom. Sounds decadent. The other one is the $4-ish Nobiiru Cheese and Beef Burger, which tosses in a beef patty with the aforementioned ingredients.You get a special place mat that looks like a football field measurement table that goes to 45 centimeters, or 17.7 inches laid out on the paper. As it turns out, the burger can stretch to every bit of 17.7 inches, and even longer, according to RocketNews24, which makes for some amazing cheese potential. The outlet ranked the burger as especially delicious. But unfortunately, the burger won’t be sticking around for long, going away in mid-April. If you’re near a Lotteria, you’ll want to check one out. Just make sure you’re in good shape to survive that potential artery-clogging cheesy goodness you’re about to inhale with one.Photos via RocketNews24
Technology | February 13, 2014 MatrixView Launches Cloud Enabled PACS Related Content News | Enterprise Imaging | July 29, 2019 Philips Announces 10-year Enterprise Informatics Agreement With Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Nancy Philips and Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire (CHRU) de Nancy, a leading academic hospital in the Grand Est… read more Feature | Information Technology | June 27, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Smart Algorithm Extracts Data from Radiology Reports Radiology reports may contain information essential to figuring out a patient’s condition. read more Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more At HIMSS 14, MatrixView will launch an end-to-end private/public cloud-enabled or on-premise PACStream solution. Through the combined power of the Data Optimizer multimedia router, Conetizer medical enterprise compression/transmission technology and UltraView viewer, MatrixView offers a PACS solution. The underlying technologies of MatrixView PACStream also support electronic medical record initiatives. News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more February 13, 2014 — MatrixView featured its PACStream Solution at HIMSS 2014. MatrixView is a software innovator with patented technologies that compress and optimize video, image and data transmission and storage. The company employs intelligent/adaptive modeling and compression techniques transforming the way information is stored, transmitted, retrieved and secured. MatrixView enables high value medical imaging applications/solutions used in hundreds of hospitals and medical institutions worldwide. News | PACS | July 02, 2019 Laurel Bridge and 3M M*Modal Partner to Improve DICOM Structured Reporting July 2, 2019 — Laurel Bridge Software announced an expanded relationship with 3M M*Modal, a provider of clinical docu read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | July 02, 2019 Konica Minolta Healthcare Partners With DiA Imaging Analysis for AI-based Cardiac Ultrasound Analysis DiA Imaging Analysis has partnered with Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas Inc. to expand analysis capabilities of… read more For more information: www.matrixview.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Remote Viewing Systems | July 16, 2019 Anatomage Releases Anatomage Cloud Platform Anatomage Inc. released an update to the Anatomage Cloud platform that allows medical and dental professionals to… read more News | Enterprise Imaging | June 27, 2019 Ambra Health Announces Integration With Box Ambra Health announced an integration with Box to enable the sharing of medical imaging directly from within Box’s… read more News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more Technology | Enterprise Imaging | July 05, 2019 Hyland Healthcare Adds ImageNext Imaging Workflow Optimizer to Enterprise Imaging Suite Hyland Healthcare is launching ImageNext, a vendor-neutral imaging workflow optimizer that combines intelligent imaging… read more
Market ApproachesVendors may approach large and small customers very differently. Canon, for example, approaches integrated delivery networks (IDNs) and group purchasing organizations with its own sales force. Single-site facilities typically are addressed as part of a team comprised of local dealers, which have relationships with those facilities.Efficiency is gained, not by selectively installing pieces of equipment into an IDN, but rather by putting DR technology throughout the network, said Tsuneo Imai, VP and general manager of the Canon Healthcare Solutions Division. “That is why we try to make our technologies affordable — to go into many outlets and installations throughout IDNs,” Imai said. “That is why IDNs are very key to us.”Although CR is not likely to soon disappear, the need for these devices will shrink. In some instances, CR equipment will continue to be used as backups or by departments that otherwise do not have access to DR. They may even continue for specialty applications, as in the case of spine or long-leg imaging.Scoliosis patients, for example, may be imaged in a single exposure using several CR plates whose images are digitally stitched together. This need may diminish in the wake of single, long plates, such as Fujifilm’s newly released D-EVO GL, which measures 17 by 49 inches and allows single, low-dose exposures of a patient’s leg or spine.Whether such a DR plate is financially viable depends on the individual customer. Other purchasing questions that depend on the buyer relate to the facility’s goals, available space, and the age and condition of existing equipment.The most important consideration, say vendors and practitioners alike, are the needs of patients. Sharing EquipmentUsing Bluetooth, the most advanced detectors are designed to connect automatically to equipment that controls the X-ray tube and generator. Installation is accomplished with a wireless access point through which images can be sent for display or storage; image processing software; and a display screen. An easily visible indicator light may be integrated as well to tell the technologist the detector is connected.Auto detect features are staples in new products, for example, tablet-based solutions, which several vendors showed at the AHRA meeting in August. These tablets can be used to control detectors and other X-ray components at multiple locations in a facility. But, using auto detect, some detectors can work directly with portables — and without tablets. Images are captured and sequentially stored as digital files in memory built into the detector. The process is similar to the acquisition of images on film and CR in that the images are not available for display until the mobile unit has returned to the radiology department, as in the case of a CR reading station or film processor.“You write down on paper the image numbers and the associated patient names,” said Rob Fabrizio, director of strategic marketing for DR at Fujifilm Medical Systems USA, noting that Fuji — like other companies — offers detectors that can store radiographs in their memory. Images are then downloaded.This process is very cost-effective, he said, especially for low-volume sites. “It is perfect for them because they don’t need to invest in a DR portable or a complete portable upgrade,” he said.Efficient use of DR resources requires careful planning, said Timothy C. Ingram, director of clinical diagnostics for Stephens Memorial Hospital. Ingram and other administrators at the 25-bed facility in Norway, Maine, are laying the groundwork for the hospital’s coming transition from CR to DR.“One of the things that we need to look at from a financial standpoint is what is the best way and most efficient way to do this,” Ingram said. “Is it going with a whole brand-new room that is straight to DR; or is there sort of an intermediate step?” The staff is looking at whether DR panels might work with the hospital’s CR equipment, he stated. Using CR workstations and their software can save on the cost of hardware and software, as well as reduce the need for staff training. Recently installed Agfa CR equipment, for example, can be repurposed in the transition to DR, according to Curley. Some form of Agfa’s Musica (multi-scale image contrast amplification) has been used for more than 20 years to process digital X-ray images, both CR and DR. Greg Freiherr has reported on developments in radiology since 1983. He runs the consulting service, The Freiherr Group. Read more of his views on his blog at www.itnonline.com. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Feature | October 04, 2016 | Greg Freiherr The Coming Push for DR From Capitol Hill to the backwaters of X-ray, federal legislation might nudge those in the remaining bastions of X-ray film and CR to move to DR A Federal PushMost susceptible to the coming federal reimbursement cuts will be outpatient facilities that serve many Medicare patients. (Federal cuts will not be applied to inpatient exams.) Those not yet in the DR fold are primarily small facilities and, as such, they serve relatively few Medicare patients. These are typically small community hospital outpatient departments, freestanding imaging centers and physician practices. IMV data indicate that about 69 percent of hospitals with 400 or more beds have transitioned their fixed X-ray systems to DR versus about 34 percent of hospitals with fewer than 100 beds.Michael A. Silver, Ph.D., a longtime analyst of the U.S. healthcare market, said the federal push to encourage this transition to DR was predictable. “It’s part of a long view toward performing safe and appropriate imaging and decreasing the numbers of providers who have been performing opportunistic and ‘less continuum of care integrated’ imaging services,” said Silver, currently vice president of Erdman, a Madison, Wis.-based consulting firm that specializes in the planning, design and construction of healthcare facilities. Editor’s note: Watch the video, “Technology Report: DR Systems” for additional information. The video can be found at www.itnonline.com/videos. Meeting the Need for SpeedCompared with digital radiography, CR is slower by up to eight minutes per exam, according to Agfa. Konica Minolta, which puts the savings at three minutes per exam, estimates increased productivity from converting to DR at between 40 and 60 percent. Radiation dose to the patient from DR versus CR may be 30 to 50 percent lower, according to Fujifilm Medical Systems USA.The decision to switch from CR was a “no-brainer” for Greater Hudson Valley Health System, said its radiology administrator Gene Bernieri. Greater Hudson Valley Health, which is based in Middletown, N.Y., made the move partly to improve productivity, Bernieri said, benefiting patients as well as the health system. “If you can go in and make that lumbar spine X-ray or that skull X-ray or that hand X-ray quicker and more effective, you have more time to spend with the patient,” he said.The federal legislation might nudge those in the remaining bastions of X-ray film and CR to move to DR. Although reduced Medicare payment is the focus of this legislation, federal cutbacks could extend to Medicaid and VA payments. And third-party payers could then follow suit.To be considered are DR options that can bring DR very quickly to installed sites. Retrofits are built around existing equipment, which may share detectors between table and wall stand in a dedicated X-ray room, as well as with mobile units.They are among the least expensive ways for a customer to transition to DR, said George Curley, Agfa’s senior sales marketing manager for digital imaging in the U.S. “It extends the life of existing imaging equipment,” he said. “That is true for both rooms and portables — and there’s a lot of that going on.”Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center, a 25-bed hospital in Globe, Ariz., uses two digital detectors: one dedicated to an X-ray room, the other shared between a portable unit and a multipurpose room offering fluoroscopy, as well as radiography. The staff has “slowly started to figure out the bugs” that have kept the detector from pairing — and unpairing — as technologists would like, when the detector is shared. More challenging has been orchestrating the sharing itself.“If we are using the plate on the portable machine and there is a trauma called, you have to make a decision — quickly finish the outpatient or stop the exam and re-tether it to the portable machine and run,” said David Allen, Cobre Valley’s imaging director.Coming up with a strategy for the optimal use of digital detectors is critically important when transitioning to DR, according to Brian Strangways, vice president at Canon’s Virtual Imaging subsidiary. “We analyze individual needs and then come up with a customized solution,” Strangways said. Deciding Which Way To GoWhen making plans to transition to DR, providers should consider retrofits if their equipment still has significant life remaining. But new DR equipment should be considered if the installed equipment is nearing the end of its lifetime. This is especially so if DR might spur more radiographic exams. Increasing procedure volumes and the efficient use of DR equipment can put new stresses on equipment. As they make more exposures and have less time to cool between exams, generators and tubes will not last as long as they did before.“Now that you are digital, maintenance costs of your base systems start going up like crazy,” said Guillermo Sander, senior strategic marketing manager for DR at Konica Minolta.Some vendors have developed programs to assist prospective customers in their transition to DR. Carestream Health’s “Jump to DR,” for example, seeks to establish Carestream Health as a “trusted advisor,” according to Cheryl McCarron, the company’s regional business manager for X-ray. The company emphasizes interoperability of its products both in the present and future. “We don’t want radiology directors painting themselves into corners, asking ‘Where do I go from here,’” McCarron said.Agfa, through its Fast Forward to DR program, emphasizes “taking our customers to DR at a pace that is comfortable for them,” said Agfa exec Curley.Similarly, Canon seeks to be a good partner to its customers. And that can be tricky.“You have to be sure that customers get what they need, not just what they want,” said Strangways. “We work with our customers to look beyond just a particular piece of equipment. They really need guidance.”Agfa has developed return on investment (ROI) tools that can be used by facilities of various sizes to decide whether the timing is right to make the move to DR. The output of these tools can help radiology administrators justify equipment purchases to the C-suite.“There may be some customers out there who are not capital challenged, but I haven’t run into one yet,” Curley said.When the transition to DR involves new, turnkey systems, providers should look at trading in their old equipment. “If you are a loyal customer, we will give you a ‘loyalty’ discount on your older equipment,” said Sander. “And that is just the beginning.”Konica Minolta has come up with a financing instrument that allows existing customers to make a small down payment upfront for DR equipment — a payment equivalent to about 1 percent of the acquisition cost. Follow-on payments would be in line with what the facility would shell out for the maintenance of CR-based equipment.Agfa can make payments for its equipment part of the facility’s operational budget. Carestream offers to rent customers a retrofit kit or portable X-ray system until they can secure the capital funding for an outright purchase. The remaining users of film and computed radiography (CR) may get some carrot, if they transition to digital radiography (DR). It may come in the form of improved productivity, reduced X-ray dose to patients and better image quality. But the legislation that may spur the transition is all stick.Medicare will begin paying less next year for film-based radiography that uses film — 20 percent less. The year after, Medicare will begin paying less for CR — 7 percent for CR exams from 2018 through 2022; 10 percent thereafter.About half the radiographers in the U.S. are already chomping on the DR carrot. According to IMV, a market research and online publishing firm in Des Plaines, Ill., slightly more than half the installed base of diagnostic X-ray equipment in the U.S. — an estimated 17,000 fixed general radiography units — has switched to DR. The vast majority of new fixed radiography systems — as high as 94 percent — are currently shipping with digital detectors, according to Lorna Young, IMV senior director of market research. (Young did not provide a sales estimate for DR portables.)Among the factors considered in the transition to DR, she said, include increased patient satisfaction and reduced radiation dose. But “improving workflow is huge,” Young stated, noting that the move to DR, once begun, typically continues. “It is so important to folks, having (radiography units) all work as one system, as opposed to a hodgepodge of systems,” she explained.Among the installed base that uses CR but is moving toward DR, about half is seeking to retrofit existing X-ray units and the other half is considering buying new units, according to Young.Retrofits protect investments already made in equipment, while their increased productivity may reduce the number of fixed rooms needed in a big facility, for example, from four to three, say equipment vendors. Digital detectors are the cornerstone of retrofits, as well as new products. Detectors may be used in portable X-ray units and fixed radiography rooms, as well as multipurpose X-ray rooms that offer fluoroscopy and radiography.
Facebook Oculus’ annual virtual reality developer conference, ‘The Oculus Connect 5 2018’ started yesterday on the 26th of September, in San Jose, California. It is a two-day event that ends today. This conference brings together VR developers from all around the world having an expertise in a variety of platforms and mediums. This is to push collaboration and share ideas that can bring the VR industry forward. Day 1 of Oculus Connect 5 was full of exciting news and announcements including the launch of Oculus Quest VR headset, Oculus platform updates, Oculus Go getting youtube VR, a three-part Vader Immortal Star Wars VR experience, and much more! Let’s have a look at some of these exciting announcements from Oculus Connect 5 2018. Oculus Quest VR headset revealed Oculus Quest is the first all-in-one VR gaming system by Oculus. It will be launched in Spring 2019. It comes with six degrees of freedom (6DOF), and touch controllers. The best thing is that it doesn’t come with an additional baggage of a PC, wires, and external sensors. Oculus Quest The Oculus team also presented ‘Oculus Insight’ that uses four ultra wide-angle sensors along with computer vision algorithms. This helps track your exact position in real time without requiring any external sensors. Oculus Quest includes similar optics as Oculus Go along with a display resolution of 1600×1440 per eye. It also incorporates a lens spacing adjustment for enhanced visual comfort. The built-in audio system has been improved with bass up for higher quality sound effects. After its launch in Spring 2019, Oculus Quest will also launch a library with 50 VR apps including popular games like Robo Recall, The Climb, and Moss. Oculus Go getting YouTube VR Another exciting announcement made at the Oculus Connect 5 event was Oculus bringing YouTube VR to its Oculus Go VR headset. Oculus Go VR headset will now have access to more than 800,000 360-degree videos as a result of a partnership with Google’s YouTube service. This YouTube VR service will launch on the headset soon, as announced by Oculus Go product manager, Sean Liu at the Oculus Connect 5 conference. Oculus Venues adding NBA pro basketball games Now Oculus Venue, a concert and sports events app by Oculus has added the world’s most popular sports to the platform, NBA pro basketball games. As per the announcement at the Oculus Connect 5 conference, NBA games will be available in Oculus Venues later this year. Also, viewers accessing NBA game in VR will be getting a custom virtual jersey of their favorite team which their avatar will be able to wear for the rest of the game season. Apart from that, Oculus Venues is planning on adding a lot more live music, movie marathons, and stand up comedy. Also, everyone who will be attending an NBA game in VR will get a special jersey for their avatar. Oculus Go cast support Another announcement made at the Oculus Connect 5 conference was cast support being added to Oculus Go. This will enable the Go users with the capability to stream their gameplay experience to other screens. As of now, the main focus is on enabling the users to cast Go screen to mobile devices. However, casting Go screen will be available for TV screens too in the near future, as mentioned by Sean Liu, Oculus Go product manager. A three-part Star Wars series – Vader Immortal Another super exciting announcement made at Oculus Connect 5 was the arrival of the first episode of a three-part VR series, called VR immortal. The series is based on Darth Vader and would be premiering with the upcoming Oculus Quest headsets. Vader Immortal Vader Immortal is being created with David S. Goyer, who is the screenwriter behind films like The Dark Knight trilogy. Vader Immortal explores the events that take place in Secrets of the Empire and between the Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope. It will also explore the Darth Vader’s castle as seen in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Gaming Announcements Apart from 50 titles for the Oculus Quest at the launch, there are a bunch of other Game Announcements that were made at Oculus Connect 5 2018. Insomniac Games’ Stormland, an action-adventure game which lets you play as a robot, will be launched in 2019. First look at Ready At Dawn’s Lone Echo II, the sequel to Lone Echo I, one of the most critically acclaimed games. Vox Machinae out, the mech simulator game had a surprise launch yesterday for Oculus Rift at the Oculus Connect 5 2018 conference. Fans of giant robots and elaborate cockpits would love this game! Other Oculus platform Announcements Work in ongoing on Avatars. Expressive Avatars with better eye and mouth movements expected later this year. The Oculus mobile app has now added support for Rift. This will enable you to have access to events, friends, and the Oculus store directly from your phone. For more information on Oculus Quest, visit the official Oculus Quest website. Read Next What’s new in VR Haptics? Game developers say Virtual Reality is here to stay Why mobile VR sucks
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: S.P Recent statistics have revealed that visitor numbers to two of Australia’s most iconic landmarks have declined in the past 12 months. Parks Australia has revealed statistics that indicate visitor numbers to Uluru and Kakadu have decreased by about nine per cent in 2011, the ABC reported. The popular tourist attraction Uluru was visited by around 273,000 people and about 160,000 travelled to Kakadu. The parks are two of the most famous wilderness regions in the world and the Northern Territory Government has poured millions into preserving and promoting them. Kakadu National Park is a World Heritage listed area that has been listed for its cultural and natural heritage and Kakadu is the largest terrestrial national park in Australia Kakadu Tourism Operator Genda Campbell said he had never experienced business so difficult in the past.”There was probably an 80 per cent drop in inquiries on the internet on our website and on the phone through agents both in the Territory and interstate as well,” Mr Campbell said. Mr Campbell attributed the downturn in visitors to the strong Australian dollar and economic problems overseas.”When people have got money, they travel, when they don’t, they don’t,” he added. Tourism Central Australia’s Peter Solly is confident the situation for the tourist attractions will change for the better.”This year’s going to be a difficult year, things don’t change overnight but there are some good positive signs around,” Mr Solly said. Mr Solly added that visitor numbers to destinations throughout Australia have been decreasing and that Uluru and Kakadu are not the only regions experiencing a tough time.
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