Electronics on Paper Nowadays, the technologies become more and more powerful. Many people are using technology to work, at home , and everywhere. Our technology productions become thinner, lighter and smaller. Also, they have more function, easy to use, and make people life convenient. Many engineers are developing the new technique to make the technology to become lighter, smaller and cheaper. This technique called Electronics on paper. In my opinion , I believe in this technique, because many companies are competing with each others, they will sponsor this technique to make their product to become more high tech, flexible, lighter and cheaper to attract customer to buy their product. Many researchers develop using the paper to instead glass, silicon, plastic, and other materials in electronic device. Using paper can make the device lightweight, flexible, biodegradable, and it is a renewable resource. It is also extraordinarily adaptable. The researcher can make the paper to be watertight, nearly transparent, delicate, strong, coarse and very smooth. Paper electronics can be used in many different ways, many researchers use paper electronics to be a display screen, circuit board, biological assays RF antennas , batteries, smart packaging labels, and use in other electronic devices. The display device called “e-paper on paper” . They believe that if this technique can be used very common, because it is very inexpensive and very convenient. Paper emerges in…
Electronic Medical Records
The medical records were acknowledged as a significant source in medical care for years. In a book named Notes on a Hospital, by Florence Nightingale established the importance of medical records in health care administration. Medical care is an uninterrupted phenomenon in which information is increasingly complied; hence the medical records must operate as a pre-birth to post-death organization that fulfills the needs of any health care background, either intensive care…
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Electronic cigarettes have exploded into mainstream popular culture in the last several years. As of 2011, approximately 1 in 5 adult smokers have tried e-cigarettes at some point in their lives (CDC, 2013). Even more concerning, in 2012 6.8% of US students in the 6-12th safer than traditional cigarettes (Morrison, 2013), but concerns remain regarding their use by children and whether or not e-cigarettes actually help people quit smoking, or are just another…
conducted all over the world (138). Electronic Business and Mobile business are two typical examples in recent years which will continue to emerge and accelerate the use of what the technology has to offer (E- commences). E-business model improves companies’ management system in efficiency and flexibility which build a closely relationship with suppliers, partners and customers. Nevertheless, this emerging business model could be a double-edged sword to society. This paper is aimed at contributing to the…
and the flying geese model:
Japanese electronics firms in Asia-Pacific
David W Edgington
Department of Geography, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z2, Canada;
Department of Geography, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6, Canada;
Received 13 October 1998; in revised form 21 April 1999
Environment and Planning A 2000, volume 32, pages 281 ^ 304
Abstract. This paper is a critical examination of the `flying…
Electronic Health Records 1
The Adoptions of Electronic Health Records
January 31, 2015
Electronic Health Records 2
There are many influences that can lead an organization to adopt the electronic health records. With Electronic health records being so new and so much uncertainty behind it, there is a lot of hesitation to whether or not one would want to implement the system as a full time method of caring for patients…
Price of Electronics
As we all know the price of electronics in general tends to go down in price over time and has done so for many years. This is always true in the long term but in the short term the price for some electronics can fluctuate quite a bit according to The New York Times article by Damon Darlin titled, The Farecast for electronics. In this article the author talks about predicting prices and how prices fluctuate but always go down for consumer electronics. He also talks about a…
Availability of electronic information
In this report I am going to discuss the impact the availability of electronic information has had on individuals and society. I am going to consider how the way people access information has changed and how new technologies have played a part in this. I will first consider how increased access to information in many forms has affected myself and my family, etc.
I mostly use the internet for research, gaming, shopping, and socialising. I tend to use the…
1. Paper medical records still have a place in healthcare, but the complexities of healthcare, its information and the numbers of providers that treat one patient are becoming unmanageable by paper files. Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of paper medical records?
The strengths include;
• A patient file can be more mobile
• Documentation is fast so charting can be completed immediately
• No need to wait for an available computer terminal.
• Electronic systems can be slow. Paper systems…
Hospital Changing from
Paper to Electronic
BY: ALLYIAH WILLIAMS
Improve access to records
Ensure immediate usage of information
Keep better track of prescriptions
1. The hospital does not have to pay to house all the paper
2. We also saved money on transcription services and staffing.
Current status of the project
We are currently in the process of scanning all of the paper
We had to hire a third-party vendor, so that…
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