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 March that we think deserve sharing again.Read More
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By William Hersh MD – While I had not hoped it would take a crisis to revitalize my blog, it will no doubt do so. SARS-CoV-2: How Can I Help? and Keeping Evidence-Based in the Midst of a Pandemic.
By William Hersh MD – One of the most widely cited papers I have written in the last decade has been one on competencies in clinical informatics for medical education. For the most part, these 13 competencies have stood the test of time…
We rounded up some final thoughts on 2019 from some usual suspects. Healthcare and health IT was more than just news last year. Take a last look as we put 2019 in the rear view mirror.
It is day ten of our 12 Days of Christmas Posts and as is our custom every month, we compile our Top 10 posts that deserve a second read. This list takes those lists just one step further. Here are the most read and shared posts of the year.
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 November that we think deserve sharing again.
By William Hersh MD – After years of giving lip service to standards, the health information/informatics community is now taking interoperability very seriously. The reason is obvious: we have spent a decade ramping up adoption of EHRs in the US and elsewhere, and we have learned….
By William Hersh – One of the most highly viewed posts of this blog is a 2015 posting, What is the Difference (If Any) Between Informatics and Data Science. One critique I have had of data science is the focus of most work on only showing prediction and not implementing prescription.
By William Hersh MD – About a year ago, the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) launched a new set of top-level Internet domains. One of these was .health. When to my surprise, the informatics.health domain name was still available, I immediately grabbed it.