August 2012

Health care is information intensive and, when done properly, highly collaborative.    The increasing focus on data sharing and information exchange is an acknowledgement of the dependence of care delivery on clinician interaction.    However, while the current emphasis on richer communication is focused primarily on EHRs and clinical systems that support hands-on care, there are many […]


How I (Actually) Spent My Summer Vacation

by Jerome Carter on August 20, 2012 · 0 comments

In the Gone Fishing post, I alluded to working on a theory of informatics of sorts. Theory may not have been the best term to describe my goal.   Those who have been following the blog have undoubtedly noticed that I am interested in getting at the computational and mathematical aspects of clinical informatics, and by […]


Gone Fishing

by Jerome Carter on August 6, 2012 · 0 comments

Well, it’s finally vacation time, and not a moment too soon. I’ve been tinkering with a theory of sorts for informatics, and a vacation will provide the free time needed to work on it (although it’s not really work). For those who are interested, here is a link to a post concerning results management written for American EHR Partners, a site co-sponsored by the American College of Physicians. See you in a couple of weeks.