This is a list of visualisations (infographics) found in this blog that are beautiful and engaging, easier to understand than words alone.

You can view a larger image of any of the following infographics posted in this blog by first clicking on any of the links list below, which will open a new tab in your current window to display a post from this blog showing the relevant infographic image. Second, click the infographic image from the post in the new tab of your current window. You will then see the larger image of the infographic in another new tab in your current window.


Electronic vs Paper medical records
The infographic in this post is a typical scenario of “missing” medical records, and offsite storage which continues to post many problems from logistics to damaged medical records.

ICD 11 – history of the development of the ICD from 1853 to 2015
A showcase of all the past revisions of ICD leading to ICD 11 expected in 2015.

ICD 10 & ICD 11 Development – How, What, Why & When
An infographic that summarises facts on ICD 10 & ICD 11 Development – How, What, Why & When, which are by no means exhaustive.

What is Big Data?
Key facts about Big Data

Format Of ICD-10 Diagnosis Code
A self-explanatory ICD 10 code infographic example.

Top 20 Most Popular EMR Software Solutions
A good visual for about EMRs solutions out there.

What is the Cloud?
The Cloud is the Internet.

Technology vs Paper – A Recent History of Medical Records
Most of us accept that medical records are still kept in paper files, and that’s the way it is.

EHR vs. Traditional Paper Records
Differences between EHR(EMR) and traditional paper-based records.

Diabetes Control Chart
To tell you what Glycated/Glycosylated Hemoglobin (HbA1c or A1c test) is all about.

Recent Posts

Reasons I should continue blogging and updating in 2018

I’ve been enthusiastic for the past few years ever since I started on setting up this website with website pages, and which also contains a blog for posts, which is why I call this website a website-blog.

Maintaining a website-blog practically forces you to develop routines and content plans. These routines can be mimicked in my dietary planning as I am senior citizen and need to be aware and control food intakes, workout regimens to keep a healthy body going, personal discipleship, and relationships with the spouse and kids as well as friends and realtives. A successful website-blog may not always mean more page views. Personal growth through the discipline of updating a website and blogging can be success in and of itself. My blog posts here at had since created a routine for blogging and updating a personal-professional-life website from the beginning, for which I am grateful.

All that being said, I’ve been a sporadic blogger of for the past two years, during 2016 and 2017. The reason I stopped blogging as well updating was as I thought I had covered most needs and guidance on aspects of Health Information Management (HIM) development as well in matters relating to HIM and healthcare quality activities for a developing country like Malaysia. As we look ahead to 2018, I do have positive reasons that I really should consider blogging in 2018 as well updating And I am encouraged to continue to post to the blog, as I think blogging forces me to think more about a subject. I am also encouraged to update with more and new updated information to the website pages I have created. Since this is a personal website, I believe it adds credibility in my professional life. I think having a professional-looking website helps add credibility. When it comes to dining, we eat with our eyes first. A meal that looks appetising will psychologically taste better than one that doesn’t—even if it’s the same dish. The same goes with a personal website or blog. If you have an eye-catching site, you will be taken more seriously than if you don’t.

Another reason to continue to update and blog in is my readers. There is no way I will ever meet all of my readers or visit every country my readers live in. But the number of people I “have met” through this site is incalculably greater than it would be if did not exist. Thus, if my website blog content is high-quality, I believe my readers are going to look forward to newly published content on my blog as well this website. But surely I am not going to give my regular readers what they want by publishing as often as I can, without sacrificing quality. I think posting at least once a week is going to be sufficient to establish a regular core of my readers, and these readers are typically the ones who will form the core of my brand community.

In terms of capturing the most traffic, more blog posts and regular updates to the website is going to be generally better; more  times the inbound linking and indexing opportunities. To use a fishing metaphor, it’s like casting more hooks into the water; the more you cast, the more fish you’ll catch. Of course, this assumes that all of my blog posts and website updates are equal in quality. If the number of posts I make is like the number of hooks in the water, then the quality of my content is like the tastiness of the bait I use on my hook.

To end this blog post, I know that getting the ball rolling is often the hardest part, because it means coming up with a topic or title for my next blog post.

But I have updated already the Events Page of and also posted some featured news in the footer section of, for a start.

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