December 2012

Time for a Break…

by Jerome Carter on December 17, 2012 · 0 comments

As always, life is slowing down for the holiday season.   For me, this is the perfect time to reflect over the past year and consider the future.   I started EHR Science so that I could find others interested in the technical and mathematical aspects of EHRs and biomedical informatics.  Happily, it has worked!  Since July, […]

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In the last post, I alluded to the possibility of using software prototyping tools* as aids to EHR usability testing and product selection.   While there are many types of prototyping tools, I have been most intrigued by those that allow the creation of interactive user interfaces.   Using these tools, I have been able to experiment […]

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Web Development: A Few Observations

by Jerome Carter on December 3, 2012 · 0 comments

My foray into web application development is proving to be a worthwhile learning experience.  At the outset, six months seemed to be sufficient for creating an alpha version of the application.  As might be expected, it has taken longer.  However, I am not bemoaning the usual software development road bumps–far from it.  A month or […]

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