FOUR Singapore hospitals yesterday received an international award for using technology to improve patient care.
The wide-scale destruction caused by the recent north Japan earthquake and tsunami has highlighted the importance of electronic health records (EHR), with industry watchers urging for countries to digitize healthcare data.
Each time actor-compere Randall Tan feels a shot of intense pain in his knuckles, he records what he feels on his smartphone.
Health agencies in Singapore have unveiled the country's first smartphone health diary application for rheumatoid arthritis.
WHEN Mr Randall Tan first experienced it in 2004, he dismissed it as a sports injury. Three months later, the swelling in his joints was diagnosed as rheumatoid arthritis, or RA.
The government has developed its first Web-based application, which can be accessed via mobile browsers, to help people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis monitor their condition.