I’ll be updating this through the evening with supporting links, so come back later for more information, but I want to get this published. Fifteen minute video:[Read more…]
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Immediate, contactless delivery of your radiology images – no more CDs, no more need to wait around or pay Fedex or put on your mask to come in and pick up the disk. Imaging studies delivered in the cloud.[Read more…]
This is a quick post without a lot of explanation, targeted to perhaps a small number of people but perhaps also intriguing to a lot more. This image is a quick summary of the post below:
[What’s FHIR? I’ve been blogging about it for more than a year; here are all the posts, newest first, though if you’re new to the concept please start here. This post doesn’t require understanding FHIR’s significance, but it sure helps.]
The context: someone needs to get their health data.[Read more…]
Today in an email thread I realized it’s a decade since the OpenNotes work started, via Tom Delbanco and Jan Walker, and now promoted so brilliantly by Liz Salmi. How great that back then my PCP Danny Sands and I were among the first crew of OpenNotes study participants!
I decided to mark the occasion by creating an /OpenNotes page on my site, listing all the blog posts and articles that have emerged as part of the work.
(Interesting to observe: before cancer rearranged my life, I don’t think I ever stuck with any cause for ten years straight. Funny how that happens.)