A personal view (all IMO stuff) of healthcare and healthcare IT.
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Let’s get physical…
Since my last post I have come to realise that I cannot really get much further with the work I am doing without a better understanding of .NET development. So, for the past several months I have been converting my java development skills (+Deplhi, C++…) and adding deeper ,NET abilities. I am at the...
2 Dec 2009
e-Referral Pattern: Roles and responsibilities of the actors involved
To recap: In a previous blog post I introduced the concept of the e-Referral pattern - as an atomic structure. The most basic premise of the pattern is that there is communication between 2 parties via a channel of some sort. At either end of the channel are trusted points of data/information production...
2 Feb 2009
ISO/IEC DIS 29500 (Formally known as Office Open XML)
Office Open XML file format has been approved by ISO as a standard . I had a small peripheral part in this event and am looking back at that time wondering (and sort of hoping) that we will have that sort of excitement and life in other standards discussions in my lifetime. Standards have always been...
2 Apr 2008
Where am I?!?
It's been ages. Every time I sit down to write I end up scribbling some inconsequential nonsense and feel it is not worth publishing (I have exactly 37 entries sitting in here that I have not hit "Publish" on). Since the last CUI entry I have been to HIMSS in Orlando, returned to Singapore with...
2 Apr 2008
Common User Interface (CUI) updated
Ok, so I notice that I am not a populist blogger. I admit it - I do not go for mass outpourings of bloggability but rather things that interest me and (just maybe) 1 or 2 others - I'm not going to change that much, but just now and again I'll do commentary on some more general public interest stuff....
23 Jan 2008
What is a Healthcare Information Technology COMMODITY?
Before we can start any work on the future of this blog we need to set some grounding with what we are dealing with here. The first thing we are going to deal with is what exactly a HIT Commodity is. Quite simply "A HIT commodity is a cost-effective capability that provides a new level of convenience...
8 Jan 2008
Where to from here?
I have 2 questions for you: "Why did we start using information technology in healthcare?" and "Is there any proof that information technology is actually proving any benefit to the provision of care in health?" The answers to these questions should be pretty simple, you would think, but when you...
3 Jan 2008
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