Pulse IT 2.0
Welcome to the second edition of Pulse IT, Australias first and only health IT magazine.
This editions cover story deals with the recent PIP IM/IT changes, new requirements that have caused a concern in many general practices. We hope that this article will be of benefit to practices struggling with the new rules, as well as to those who have already declared compliance.
We take a look at Wacoms interactive pen displays, Telstras mobile broadband solution and the filmless imaging technology built into MD3. Follow-up articles from Dr Daniel Silver and Dr David Brookman on clinical photography and epidemiology respectively are included, and Dr Tony Lembke discusses VOIP and the new breed of web applications.
Responding to numerous requests from our readership, we have decided to compliment our quarterly print publication with a bi-weekly email broadcast. The service will commence in mid-November, with the first edition containing timely health IT news along with follow-ups to several of our popular first edition articles.
Fans of the podcasting medium may be interested to note that we will be launching our own podcasting service in mid February. In addition to providing our readership with an alternative way to access our articles and news pieces, we hope to deliver interviews and audio grabs from the numerous health and IT events we attend.
Thanks to all our editorial contributors and advertising sponsors who have helped to make this edition a reality. Id also like to thank the dozens of people who have contributed feedback and encouragement since our launch in August. As always, we welcome any input that will help us to improve and evolve our offering.
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