Mobile money has been hailed as a possible solution to the problem of financial inclusion and can be a solution to many challenges, such as money laundering and praedial larceny.
There is no doubt that the world is changing dramatically, and Jamaica is not being left behind. Gone are the days when you have to stand in line at a store to purchase goods and acquire services. Jamaicans are now living in a technologically advanced world where we can do anything and go anywhere without changing our physical location. We now speak about life as if we are on an assembly line where efficiency is paramount and saving time and money crucial. This transformation is also taking place in the health care industry. Telemedicine is set to take off globally and will allow us to access health care anyplace, anytime.
The last time, I promised to speak to technology that could transform Jamaica into a country with the most comprehensive health-information database bringing us right where we need to be
The Kingston and St Andrew Municipal Corporation (KSAMC) wants to reinstitute parking charges in designated areas across the capital city and has identified 32 streets in New Kingston, Cr
A few weeks ago, I attended the annual Health Information Management Systems Conference in Orlando, Florida (HIMSS17).
Health is by far one of the most important assets we can have as individuals. If we do not have good health, we pretty much have nothing.