Steven Tylock has over 20 years experience with
technology, including engagements in education, large corporations,
small businesses, and government. He has earned undergraduate and
Master's degrees in Computer Science from SUNY Buffalo as well as an
undergraduate degree from the University's School of Management.
Tylock has had numerous articles published in ;Login: and other
technical publications; this is his first book.
Benefit Pasta Dinner
The Rotary Club of Gates-Chili will host their13th "Annual
Italian Pasta Dinner" to raise money for support youth, elderly and
numerous other community projects. It will be held at the Turkish
Society (formerly Party House), 277 Beehan Road on Sunday, December
Continuous serving from noon until 5:00 P.M.. Tickets may be
purchased from members or at the door. Ticket cost $7 for adults and
$4 for children 10 and under.
For more information call 594-1210 or 720-9874.
National Library of Medicine Partners
with VisualDxHealth to Assist Consumers in Finding Quality Health
NY, October 30,
2007 – The National Library of Medicine
(NLM) will partner with VisualDxHealth, a unique online consumer
health resource developed by the doctors and health care
professionals at Logical Images. The NLM Web site,
will expand to provide visitors access to the trusted health source
which features over 2,000 medical-quality images and information on
over 150 diseases.
MedlinePlus.gov brings together authoritative information
from the NLM, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and other
government agencies and health-related organizations. The new links
to VisualDxHealth.com will augment the health encyclopedia,
dictionaries, tutorials and news stories on MedlinePlus.gov. The
NLM, a part of the NIH, created and maintains MedlinePlus to assist
more than 11 million visitors a month in locating trusted health
information. MedlinePlus pages contain carefully selected links to
Web resources with health information on over 740 topics.
“We know that our users always want to see the images and
pictures, especially for dermatology issues. VisualDxHealth will
bring quality images and consumer-level descriptions to our
MedlinePlus users.” stated Joyce Backus, deputy chief of the
National Library of Medicine’s Public Services Division.
Visitors to MedlinePlus.gov will be able to access
co-branded medical pictures and health information at
VisualDxHealth.com for visual conditions ranging from acne to
zoster. VisualDxHealth has been designed to tailor pictures and
disease information to the individual visiting the site. Content and
images for a specific condition are customized based on factors such
as the age group, gender, and skin color of the visitor, in order to
improve understanding and promote prevention through early
“The VisualDxHealth team at Logical Images is excited for
the opportunity to partner with the National Library of Medicine and
provide MedlinePlus visitors access to our unique content.” stated
Rory Burril, Director of Consumer Health at Logical Images, “We
believe that pictures and images are a powerful part of recognizing
and understanding health conditions. Visitors to MedlinePlus will
now be just a mouse click away from the some of the best medical
images in the world.”
VisualDxHealth is scheduled
to launch on MedlinePlus.gov
October 30, 2007.
About Logical Images
Based in Rochester, NY, Logical Images develops visual health care
tools to elevate diagnostic accuracy, enhance medical education, and
heighten patient knowledge. Logical Images is a company of digital
imaging experts, leaders in computer-based design and knowledge
management, skilled image archivists, and practicing physicians. The
company’s products include VisualDx, visual clinical decision
support software, and VisualDxHealth, online consumer wellness and
health care resources located at http://www.vidualdxhealth.com.
Logical Images has developed the most comprehensive digital medical
image library with nearly 60,000 images including all age ranges and
skin types. This extensive collection is the foundation for both the
VisualDx professional tool and the VisualDxHealth consumer tool -
designed to speed disease recognition for faster, more accurate
decision making and patient understanding. http://www.logicalimages.com.
About the National Library of Medicine
The National Library of Medicine (NLM), on the campus of the
National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, is the world's largest medical
library. The Library collects materials and provides information and
research services in all areas of biomedicine and health care.