EHealth programmer is one who has written one or more computer programs that are used by someone else to solve a real-world problem.
HL10 (Hamilton) is an attempt to take the BIT model and the sense-plan-act paradigm to the next level of a software framework.
I have tried to summarize basic steps in a physician-patient encounter.
It is important for health information systems to talk to each other. Unfortunately they speak different languages. This article is not for eHealth experts to understand the nuances of interoperability (HIE), but for health care professionals to have an idea about what is out there and what can be expected in the future. When we[…]
Psoriasis manum (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Here is the IFPA survey to compare 17 different strategies and activities that can be used to advance psoriasis education, advocacy and awareness. Preliminary results of the survey will be presented on World Psoriasis Day and the final results will be announced at the 4th World Psoriasis & Psoriatic Arthritis Conference[…]
evaluation of eyetracking after an usability test (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Health information exchange (HIE) allows healthcare providers and patients to access and securely share medical information electronically. Several organizations are now emerging to provide both form and function for HIE efforts, both on independent and governmental/regional levels. However the biggest challenge is Change Management, as[…]