This page highlights happenings of the company and products. 1. Event / Conferences 2017 | 2. Company News | 3. Awards | 4. Publications | 5. Winners of the Cadi Scientific Medal and Prize.
1. Events / Conferences 2017
Singapore healthcare management 2017
Silver Industry Standards eXchange Conference
2. Company News
Vivien Shiao. Singapore firms see silver lining in eldercare industry. The Business Times | SME. June 26, 2017. http://www.businesstimes.com.sg/sme/singapore-firms-see-silver-lining-in-eldercare-industry
SPRING. Mr Zaqy Mohamad Speech at the Opening of Silver Industry Standards Exchange and Launch of SS618. March 23, 2017. https://www.spring.gov.sg/NewsEvents/PS/Pages/Speech-by-Mr-Zaqy-Mohamad,-Chairman-of-Government-Parliamentary-Committee-for-Communications-and-Information-and-20170323.aspx
Mindy Tan. Blazing a trail in health wearables. The Business Times | Think Global Think Standards. August 23, 2016. http://www.businesstimes.com.sg/hub/think-global-think-standards/blazing-a-trail-in-health-wearables
Rennie Whang. Tech to help parents get through the night. The Straits Times. October 29, 2014. https://www.gpo.nhg.com.sg/suppliersaward/pdf/The%20Strait%20Times%20-%2029%20Oct%202014(HSA%20-%20Cadi%20Scientific).pdf
Adrian Lim. ‘Robot’ hospital beds easier to move about. The Straits Times. Oct 21, 2014.
Technologies to help seniors & caregivers. Ageless Voice. May 5, 2014. http://enterprise.nus.edu.sg/files/large/ab52ab90a68d25c
A Measure of Success. SPRING news. March 2010 | Page 8.
Cadi Scientific – Riding the Growth of the Healthcare Sector. Singapore Medtech Portal. http://www.medtech.sg/cadi-scientific-riding-the-growth-of-the-healthcare-sector/
Fargo, ND. RFID Hardware From Cadi Scientific To Integrate With Intelligent InSites’ Enterprise RTLS Healthcare Software. Health IT Outcomes. December 16, 2011. https://www.healthitoutcomes.com/doc/rfid-hardware-from-cadi-scientific-to-0001
Designing a new product – A smarting process. Today | Home | Business. 17 March 2010. https://www.pressreader.com/singapore/today/20100317/282991101076974
Zhang Yi Ting. Just what the doctor ordered. The Business Times | SME Inc. 25 August 2009. http://laurakirkendall.blogspot.sg/2009/08/just-what-doctor-ordered.htmlhttp://laurakirkendall.blogspot.sg/2009/08/just-what-doctor-ordered.html
Inaugural HIMSS-Elsevier Digital Healthcare Award 2013. Tan Tock Seng Hospital for their SmartSense System. The award was established to honour organisations for outstanding achievements in the implementation and usage of health information and technology to successfully improve quality of care and patient safety. https://www.elsevier.com/about/press-releases/clinical-solutions/seven-health-it-projects-across-asia-pacific-presented-with-the-inaugural-himss-elsevier-digital-healthcare-award
Inaugural National Healthcare Group Healthcare Supplier Awards 2014. Cadi Scientific received Innovation Award – 2nd Prize. This Award recognises Suppliers who creatively introduce a new approach, product, service or technology in NHG and/or NUH and/or KTPH in the area of processes, service performances and/or product quality improvement. https://www.gpo.nhg.com.sg/suppliersaward/awards2014.html
Microsoft Healthcare User Group Award 2010. Singapore General Hospital named the “Winner for Best Use of Clinical Records — Inpatient” for the project implemented by Cadi Scientific, using Eclipsys Sunrise Patient Flow and Cadi’s SmartSense RTLS for optimizing and automating patient flow from the point of admission to the point of discharge. Details
Computerworld Honors Laureate 2010: Awarded to Singapore General Hospital for Creating Optimised Patient Throughput For Pandemic Outbreak Using Bed Management System. Cadi Scientific deployed this solution with Allscripts Patient Flow software module integrated with Cadi SmartSense RTLS sysem. Details
IDC-Enterprise Innovation Award 2010. Singapore General Hospital’s (SGH) Integrated Health Information System (IHiS) innovates with Bed Management System (BMS) which significantly improves efficiency of bed management in its hospital and enhances co-ordination among various departments for quicker bed turnover. Details
Cadi Scientific listed in the Directory of Innovative SMEs in ASEAN 2012. https://www.scribd.com/doc/112935410/Directory-of-Innovative-SMEs-in-ASEAN-2012
Cadi Scientific received the Customer Service Leadership Award 2009. Southeast Asia’s best in Industrial Technologies honoured. 2009 Frost & Sullivan South East Asia Industrial Technologies Awards. April 2, 2009.
Innovation for Occupational Health and Safety 2006 – Top 3. SingHealth iTAG and SGH Nursing Team “Tag and Track: Wireless Makes a Difference” Case study_SingHealth_SGH
National Healthcare Group Scientific Congress – Best Oral Presentation Award 2006. Lee CKS, Yu L, Jabin K, Chan YH. A clinical study to compare the accuracy of a wireless temperature monitoring device, ThermoSensor, with infrared, digital and mercury thermometers at various measurement routes. 20060930_aams_nhg-asc_eval-thermosensor-ttsh_ocr_opt
Asian Hospital Management Award 2006. Technical Service Improvement (Finalist). “TTSH Online Patient Dashboard System with Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Technology.” by Tan Tock Seng Hospital, National Healthcare Group. Case study_NHG_TTSH
TEC Public Service Innovation award, The Enterprise Challenge Innovator, Prime Minister’s office. Awarded to Cadi Scientific, Oct 2004.
Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore’s Enterprising Agency Award (April 2004) was awarded to Singapore General Hospital for its innovative use of IT by piloting the Automated Wireless Temperature Surveillance System.
Medha Basu and Nurfilzah Rohaidi. Tan Tock Seng Hospital builds “artificial brain” to manage services. Exclusive Interview with Dr Jamie Lim, COO of Tan Tock Seng Hospital. GovInsider | SmartGov 25 May 2017. Available from: https://govinsider.asia/smart-gov/exclusive-tan-tock-seng-hospital-builds-artificial-brain-to-manage-services/
Cho J-S. Efficient healthcare process based on ubiquitous technology: Samsung Medical Center case. International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Studies (IJSRMS) 2014; 1(4):109-117. Available from: http://www.ijsrms.com/media/1n4-IJSRMS0103310_v1_is4_109-117.pdf
Cho J-S. Innovation of health check process using RFID and mobile devices: Samsung Medical Center Case. In: Proceedings of 6th Annual American Business Research Conference; 2014 June 9–10; New York. ISBN: 978-1-922069-52-8. Available from: https://studylib.net/doc/13325393/proceedings-of-6th-annual-american-business-research-conf…
Chong M. Local hospitals win award for innovation in healthcare. Channel News Asia (Singapore) [Internet] 2013 October 22.
Ong A. TTSH, Spring tie up to boost innovations. Straits Times (Singapore), 2012 June 28: Breaking News [Internet]. http://www.ttsh.com.sg/about-us/newsroom/news/article.aspx?id=3683
Swedberg C. Hong Kong Union Hospital adopts RFID temperature sensors for pediatric patients. RFID Journal 2012 September 11. http://www.rfidjournal.com/articles/view?9893http://www.rfidjournal.com/articles/view?9893 or 20120911_rfid-j_hk-union-hosp-wireless-temp
Chia E. SingHealth CIO follows healthcare IT calling. Enterprise Innovation [Internet] 2011 September 28. http://enterpriseinnovation.net/article/singhealth-cio-follows-healthcare-it-calling
陈敏亚, 刘仕福(Chen M, Liu S). 射频识别技术在重症监护病房的应用(The use of RFID technologies in the ICU) [in Chinese]. 中华医院管理杂志 (Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration) 2011; 27(9):703–704.
曹晓东, 黄云娟, 黄琴红, 朱亭立, 曹燕, 蔡亚萍, 朱俊霞, 浦敏华 (Cao X, Huang Y, Huang Q, Zhu T, Cao Y, Cai Y, Zhu J, Pu M). 无线体温监测和位置跟踪传感器在ＩＣＵ重症患者体温监测中的应用 (Application of wireless temperature monitoring and location tracking sensor for patients admitted to ICU). 护理学杂志 (Journal of Nursing Science) 2012; 27(2):53–55.
满祎, 陈敏亚 (Man Y, Chen M). 基于RFID 技术的体温传感器在医院的应用 (The use of RFID-based body temperature sensing in a hospital) [in Chinese]. 中国数学医学 (China Digital Medicine) 2011; 6(10):25–27.
Wong B, Kan CH, Ho PY, Chan O. An evaluation of the implementation of RFID wireless body temperature monitoring system to enhance patient experience and work efficiency [abstract]. In: Abstract book for the 28th International Conference of the International Society for Quality in Health Care; 2011 Sep 14–17; Hong Kong. p. 700. 20110914_isqua-28_smartsense-study-tmh-hk
Benedict Tan. Smart solutions. Hospital IT Europe 2010, 3(2):17,19. 20100700_hospital-it-europe_sgh-wireless-bms
Kim-Gau Ng PhD, et. al. Evaluation of the Cadi ThermoSENSOR Wireless Skin-Contact Thermometer Against Ear and Axillary Temperatures in Children. Journal of Pediatric Nursing (2010) 25, 176-186. http://www.pediatricnursing.org/article/S0882-5963(08)00497-1/references Part of this article was presented at the 2nd International Conference of the Asia Pacific Society of Healthcare Quality held on January 17–19, 2008, in Singapore.
mau. Digitale Feiberkurve. kma Das Gesundheitswirtschaftsmagazin | Telemonitoring. Georg Thieme Publisher KG. December 2010.
Tan Chong Yaw. A healthy dose of tech. The Straits Times (Digital Life) – pg 8-10. April 15, 2009. https://www.singhealth.com.sg/AboutSingHealth/CorporateOverview/Newsroom/NewsArticles/2009/Pages/Ahealthydoseoftech.aspx
FutureGov. PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE. FutureGov Magazine. January-February 2009. Pg 12-21. 20090100_FutureGOV_Prevention
Lonsdale J. Real-time patient tracking reaps rewards. Hospital IT Europe 2008, 1(3):47,48.
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Lee CKS, Yu L, Jabin K, Chan YH. A clinical study to compare the accuracy of a wireless temperature monitoring device, ThermoSensor, with infrared, digital and mercury thermometers at various measurement routes. Annals of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore 2006; 35 (suppl): N1. [Proceedings of the National Health Care Group Annual Scientific Congress 2006, September 30 to October 1, 2006, Raffles City Convention Centre, Singapore] 20060930_aams_nhg-asc_eval-thermosensor-ttsh_ocr_opt
5. Winners of the Cadi Scientific Medal and Prize
The Public Awareness of Physics Awards, Institute of Physics, Singapore
The Cadi Scientific Medal and Prize, the Public Awareness of Physics Awards are made to individuals or groups who have demonstrated outstanding inspiration, innovation and enthusiasm in promoting physics (or physical science) to the public.
This award was instituted by the Council of the Institute of Physics Singapore in October 2004 in recognition of the importance of promoting public awareness of physics in the world, of its contributions to the quality of life and its advancement of an understanding of the physical world and the place of humanity within it.
The award shall be given annually for outstanding contributions made to enhance the public understanding of physics.
Dr. Yeo Ye (National University of Singapore, NUS)
For many years of Outstanding Contributions to Singapore Physics Olympiads, International Physics Olympiad, Asian Physics Olympiads and IYPT. As an outstanding educator, he has helped many generations of physics students win international physics medals for our country.
Individual prize: Mr Remus Chua Choong Hee from Navagis Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
Group prize: Mr Albert Ho, Mr Albert Lim, Mr Ang Poon Seng and Mr Soh Kim Mun, Astro Society of Singapore
Prof B V R Chowdari (NUS)
He is the Executive Director of the NUS-India Research Initiative and was the chair of the organizing committee for the 15th Asian Physics Olympiad held in Singapore last year. Prof Chowdari has made other outstanding effort in promoting Physics in Singapore and Asia, for example, in organizing the Physics Enrichment Camp for high school students during the summer vacations.
Assoc. Prof. Chin Wee Shong (NUS)
For many years of outstanding contributions as Vice Dean of NUS Science faculty where she was also engaged actively in physics outreach, especially through the “Venus Transit” (2012, hosted Prof. Roy Kerr who pioneered the theory for the rotating black hole), “Venus Symphony at NUS UTown Green” (hosted music composer, Dr. Robert Casteels) and “Rhapsody on an Equatorial Evening” (2006, hosted Prof. Jocelyn Bell who spoke on Discovery of Neutron Stars)). Many of Prof. Chin’s outreach efforts in the physical sciences have been reported in numerous newspapers and invited media (radio & TV) interviews.
Assoc. Prof. Rajdeep Singh Rawat (NIE)
For many years of outstanding leadership, inspiration and guidance to many Singapore International Physics Olympiad (IPHO) teams. Many of the teams have brought top physics honours and medals to Singapore.
Prof. Leo Tan (NUS)
For outstanding contributions to numerous aspects of public awareness of physics. He was Director/CEO of the Singapore Science Centre from 1982 to 1991 and Founding Dean of the School of Science at the National Institute of Education (NIE) from 1991 to 2000. At Nanyang Technological University, he chaired a Task Force (2003 to 2004) to establish the School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences. NIE has the unique distinction of being internationally recognized for both its pedagogical and content teaching and research.
Dr. Chew Tuan Chiong (Frasers Centrepoint Asset Management Ltd)
From 1995 to 2009, Dr. Chew was the Chief Executive of the Singapore Science Centre (SSC). Under his committed, creative and outstanding leadership, SSC was transformed into an innovative world-class educational facility with a visitorship in excess of one million per annum. Dr. Chew is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Frasers Centrepoint Asset Management Ltd, the manager of SGX listed Frasers Centrepoint Trust, which has an asset size of S$1.4 billion. Dr. Chew has been awarded the Public Administration Medal (Silver) (Singapore), and also the Sugden Award by the Combustion Institute (UK).
Mr. Yeh OC & Mr. Lim SH (Nanyang Polytechnic, NYP)
Mr. Yeh Ong Chua and Mr. Lim Sin Hoe were outstanding in promoting physics through Astronomy. To date, more than 80 secondary schools and thousands of students have participated in their highly popular activities, Astro-Lectures, Annual Astronomy Competition (12th year) and Astronomy Retreats (16th year)
Prof. Xu Shuyan (NIE)
Prof. Xu was outstanding in promoting physics in Singapore and to the world by hosting the 37th International Physics Olympiad, 8-17th July 2006. He led an organising team in this event, which saw a total of 4 Nobel Prize winners and 1 Templeton Laureate, and some 800 participating competitors, leaders and officials from 86 countries taking part in this event.
Dr. Pang Kian Tiong
For his outstanding contributions in organising Einstein’s 2005 Centennial Celebration. As a resident scientist at The Singapore Science Centre, he has contributed much in his several years of experience in communicating physics to the general public.
Assoc. Professorial Fellow Chia Teck Chee
For being an outstanding science educator by providing inspiration to numerous batches of physics trainee teachers at the National Institute of Education, NIE. Many of his students have gone on to inspire numerous physics students in schools, junior colleges, polytechnics and the public.
Mr. Au Mun Chew
For outstanding contribution in generating Singaporean public awareness of Physics through the medium of Amateur Astronomy.