It’s been a while since I posted, but I wanted to finish up my discussion of the last few years with a summary of what I’ve learned (sometimes I think stumbled into is a better description).
Learning that I was not alone in diabetes what probably the most profound, and yet damaging, thing. Recognizing that [...]
** Today, I am happy to introduce Dr. Ann Becker Shutte, better known as Morpheus. Take it away, Ann!
Hi all–nice to virtually meet you. This is a first for me–sharing a guest post on a former client’s blog. However, as Scott discussed in his post about “Finding Morpheus,” the intersection of health care providers [...]
Recently, during a discussion on EHR (Electronic Health Record) systems on the Society For Participatory Medicine’s mailing list, fellow Society member Casey Quinlan wrote:
We are so not even near that, given that 800+ EHRs have created 800+ new data silos, with no effective pipes laid between them yet. That’s the hackathon that’s desperately needed [...]