KUALA LUMPUR: Information modern technology expert, Fusionex International would certainly be actually assisting little as well as moderate business (SMEs) through supplying modern technology services to speed up in electronic change so as to make it through the Covid-19 global problems.
This step follows Fusionex teamed up as well as mutually attached Google.com Cloud to give instruction courses and also seeking advice from companies for SMEs, allowing all of them to improve their capabilities around the Google.com Cloud System to strengthen their companies.
Every minute of the day, we are amazed to see how a remote patient monitoring system is gleaning thousands of pieces of health data using variable telehealth devices and digital systems like Fitbit, Bluetooth, smart phones and sensors and collecting information about things like medication intake, physical activity, glucose levels, and blood pressure.
Hence driving the need for specialized analytics system and software that can manage, analyze and leverage data to predict outbreaks of epidemics, avoid preventable diseases, reduce costs of treatment and improve the quality of life in general.
In this article, we would like to address that proverbial big data enabled revolution that was predicted by Mckinsey and Company.
How Big Data Is Simplifying Healthcare Analytics:
Optimizing patient care and revenue streams.
Let’s you take advantage of real-time data for real-life situations i.e. real time alerting.
In recognizing and balancing patients’ needs as well as those of medical staff.
Keeping up with imperative, industry-wide changes that affect profits.
Helps in maintaining electronic health records (EHRs) where it triggers warnings and reminders when a patient should get a new lab test or track prescriptions to see if a patient has been following doctors’ orders.
Helping to prevent Opioid Abuse, reaching out to people identified as “high risk” and preventing them from developing a drug issue.
The use of Big Data in healthcare allows for strategic planning. It facilitates care managers to analyze check up results among people in different demographic groups and help them in identifying the factors that discourage people from taking up treatment.
It helps medical researchers to use a large amount of data on treatment plans and recovery rates of cancer patients in order to find trends and treatments that have the highest rates of success in the real world.
And the last Predictive analytics that helps in improving the delivery of care.
Promises of Big Data in Healthcare:
In 2020, it is estimated there will be more than 44 times more data than there was in 2009. Big data software and techniques will work to manage these large chunks of data and turn them into valuable piece of information.
Big Data’s velocity of data-sharing is continuously rising by the day.
Healthcare includes unstructured data in text format, streams of date from monitoring and sensing gadgets, test or email messages, scanned documents, video or audio, and procedures that add to the variety of unstructured healthcare data.
These aforementioned advantages of Fusionex Big Data Analytics make it a part and parcel of Healthcare Industry. Indeed, the developments around big data in healthcare has broken the silos in scientific research and highly impacted the field of genomics to take a giant leap in the evolution of genetic medicine with the help of big data.
Individuals managing complicated health situations should certainly leverage this valuable service and simplify the healthcare process.
The annual #MYCYBERSALE occasion has been called the biggest online sale in Malaysia and provides a multi-channel platform for Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and micro enterprises to provide appealing offers, remarkable discounts and exclusive promos for online buyers to make the most of.
This occasion likewise offers an opportunity for merchants in Malaysia to be perfectly part of a fast-growing e-commerce community and community.
More than 600 merchants are anticipated to ship orders to China, United Arab Emirates, United States, and other countries in Europe and South East Asia.
The occasion is targeting to go beyond RM50 million in export earnings along with more than RM370 million in gross merchandise worth (GMV).
Pikom and Fusionex have actually participated in a strategic partnership to bring exciting technology and an extensive platform to better serve the requirements of market players.
Pikom chairman Ganesh Kumar Bangah said: “This tactical partnership with Fusionex uses an enhanced back-end system to enable merchants to take advantage of smooth market deals and a better reporting system during #MYCYBERSALE. We want to thank Fusionex for belonging to this initiative.”
Previously, Ganesh had shared that this year’s punch line for MyCybersale is “Store up until you drop!”.
Fusionex creator and group CEO Fusionex Ivan Teh said: “We are delighted to be a part of this incredible #MYCYBERSALE team (championed by Pikom and supported by MDEC) and eagerly anticipate making this a resounding success (for the market and neighborhood). We hope services will take full advantage of this inclusive, user-friendly digital platform and program, to broaden their reach and market access.
” In today’s world, companies (whether large corporations or SMEs) can no longer assume that customers will link and purchase items the way they utilized to in the past. Today’s clients are smart and constantly connected. If merchants are not engaging customers efficiently by means of e-commerce (and through an omni-channel method), then they’ll be losing out in this period. We hope that Fusionex’s innovation platform through MyCybersale will provide merchants a leg-up and chance to succeed in this space.” Read more: https://www.digitalnewsasia.com/digital-economy/what-next-2017-getting-ball-rolling-smes
Malaysia’s first-ever science and technology event– #mydigitalmaker Fair 2017– was a major success with more than 20,000 visitors showing up to view and experience digital tasks developed by trainees.
The two-day youth-engagement occasion organised by Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) occurred at Hall 6 of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. It was held in conjunction with the Petrosains Science Festival 2017.
The event concentrated on producing awareness amongst students and moms and dads on how innovation will play a huge part in the future job landscape.
It also commemorated the innovative creations and accomplishments of leading young digital makers and additional instilled their passion in digital making.
Supported by the Communication and Multimedia and Education ministries, #mydigitalmaker Fair 2017’s objective was eventually about shaping tomorrow’s digital leaders of Malaysia and further speeding up Malaysia’s digital economy.
In line with these themes, MDEC’s #mydigitalmaker Fair included plenty of innovative and innovative digital tasks from young Malaysian students who used many recyclable components to construct their innovations.
Additionally, there were multiple pitching sessions and task demos that included internationally acknowledged and award-winning groups who represented their respective schools at the highest level of competition.
Among the sharing sessions, the highlight of the weekend was the “Battle of the Digital Ninjas” section which had student groups who trained under the Digital Ninja Programme taking the stage to pitch their concepts to a panel of judges.
The trainees, having gone through a series of digital upskilling and management courses with world-renowned technology companies in addition to experiencing instructional and experiential journeys to Silicon Valley, stole the program as they presented their concepts on solving real-life issues during the “Shark Tank” like sector.
The evaluating panel included MDEC ceo Datuk Yasmin Mahmood, Fusionex handling director Datuk Seri Ivan Teh, Economic Preparation System (EPU) deputy director-general Johan Mahmood Merican, Nano Malaysia Bhd chief executive officer Dr Rezal Khairi Ahmad, MDT Innovations chief operating officer Sim Hon Wai, Teak Capital Management handling director Chok Kwee Bee and Microsoft Malaysia Legal, Federal government and Business director Jasmine Begum.
The first reward went to Team Unmei for its concept to motivate people in urban locations to plant more greens through its Cloud Farm app. The group included Putera Faizal, Vinishwaran, Nurina Huda and Ain Sofena from Sekolah Tun Fatimah and SMK Taman Megah Ria, Johor.
“I didn’t anticipate to win the first reward and now that my team has won, I am more confident and motivated to pursue digital technology courses in the future and end up being an effective software engineer.
“We were influenced by the popular game FarmVille, and thought of creating something that can secure the environment,” said Group Unmei leader Ain Sofena.
Team Unmei won RM1,275 throughout its pitch. In an unscripted moment, Ivan Teh generously included RM10,000 more to support the team’s ideation.
“Innovation is proliferating and we are constantly amazed with new findings and innovative achievements. In the future, lots of jobs will require digital competency and this is the very best time for us to start educating our kids and their moms and dads about innovation and its effect to the nation’s digital economy.
“Through #mydigitalmaker Fair, we get to highlight the many profession options in shop for these bright young minds and we permit them to experiment with lots of elements of technology such as coding, robotics, animation and numerous others, so they can select what they want to be in the future,” said Yasmin.
Moms and dads and trainees who checked out the reasonable also had the chance to understand further that professions in the digital technology market are as essential and in need as standard choices.
They likewise quickly found how there are ample resources and initiatives that the Government and personal institutions have actually established in their effort to nurture more digital creatives and innovators. These consist of Robotics, 3D printing, Enhanced Reality (AR), Virtual Truth (VR) and Information Analytics sectors.
The #mydigitalmaker Fair 2017 likewise saw lots of instructional activities, career talks with crucial industry gamers Simplify Studios, Les ‘Copaque, and IBM, a “brain-picking” session called “CEOs and Kids” with guest CEOs from regional digital technology business such as The Truck, Kitamen, YouthsToday.com, TudiduT Studio and Kurechii. The latter had the CEOs share their ideas on what future careers would be.