"Hi achal ,
i'm fine . thanks for asking , how r u ?
good news , glad to hear that . i'm working on both objects model and standarad vocabulary then i can start define mesages based on that information ."
"Hi shahram, hw r u ? hope u r doing good? great that u have formed a group where we can share our experiences. u will be happy to know that i have successfully completed my HL7 certification. so nw moving into interoperability. what's new at ur…"
"Hi achal, im a biomedical engineering graduate. I came to know about the field and the course at CDAC,Pune. can you give me some information about job prospects,which areas i have to focus and scope for an engineering graduate here."
Hi achal, im a biomedical engineering graduate. I came to know about the field and the course at CDAC,Pune. can you give me some information about job prospects,which areas i have to focus and scope for an engineering graduate here.
Apologies for this belated comment,,,, This is essentially due to overlooked site (this site) among many other sites... If you like hopital ambience you may target your ambition to Hospital Administration, focussing particularly on advanced Theatre Technologies... Areas could be, Advanced HI-Tech Equipments like Super Scanners ...Perfusion Technology, Network Medicine...etc., It all depends on the interest you have... Being a Engineering Grad., Hospital Maintenance (Engineering aspects-including the vast computer networks)
I hope this little info is not too late to be of any use to you....
ALL THE BEST ANY WAY!
Hi Achal I completed one year certificate program in Health Informatics in U.S. I am interested in pursuising a Masters Degree either in India or in US. I came across this program from CDAC. Can you tell me more about yoou haveur program? What computer programming knowledge is required to get a good job? What are the job prospects for this course in India?
You may go through the following supercourse lectures:
Lecture no. 35791: Disease Informatics: The burden of disease, September 11, 2009
Lecture no. 34141: Disease Informatics: Brush up the terms describing techniques and resources, February 19, 2009
Lecture no. 34011: Disease Informatics: Terms and Jargon to begin with, February 1, 2009
Lecture number -31981: Disease Informatics: ICD-11 at the doorstep, February 26, 2008
Lecture number-30331: Disease Informatics: Phytates driving from the back-end to Influenza, Encephalitis, Hepatitis, Anemia at the front-end, July 10, 2007
Lecture number-28921: Disease Informatics: Host factors simplified, February 07, 2007
Lecture number-25381: DIG for Disease Informatics group; Part-II, November 07, 2006
Lecture number-25371: DIG for Disease Informatics group; Part-I, November 07, 2006