By Keith Boone – I spend a lot time learning new stuff, and I like to share. Most recently, I’ve spent a lot of time learning about Essential Elements of Information (EEIs), or as I like to call them, measures of situation awareness.Read More
By Keith Boone – As I think about various models for communicating data to public health agencies, I keep thinking about a federated model, where hospitals push to their local public health network, and the local public health authorities then push data upwards to state and federal agencies.
By Keith Boone – A very long time ago (at the beginning of my career in HealthIT), I got to do some really cool work on the front end and processing infrastructure for a set of machine learning and linguistic services that would automatically extract problems…
The thought leaders in our community are good about sharing their thoughts on the issues of today. Here are the top read and shared guest posts of September that we think deserve sharing again.
By Keith Boone – A dozen years ago, there were 200 people deeply involved in Interoperability programs in the US. I recently attended the third annual Interoperability Forum hosted by ONC, and I can safely say that there are at least 1000 people deeply involved in Interoperability programs.
Understanding how a person’s genetics, environment, and lifestyle can help determine the best approach to prevent or treat disease. We are on the beat to find and report just what is happening now in Precision Medicine which includes Stanford Med, Children’s Hospital LA, the FDA, BC Platforms & more.
Understanding how a person’s genetics, environment, and lifestyle can help determine the best approach to prevent or treat disease. We are on the beat to find and report just what is happening now in Precision Medicine which includes Royal Philips, Miami Cancer Institute, Jintel Health, All of Us Research Program, & more.
By Keith Boone – Most of the interoperability problems we have today can be readily solved. All we have to do is replace the systems we already have in place with newer better technology. Does that sound like a familiar strategy?
By Keith Boone – Can you remember the days when having a phone meant you could only talk to people who used the same phone service as you? Probably not. By the time I was even born, this was already long on its way out.