June 2013

Discovering SWEBOK

by Jerome Carter on June 24, 2013 · 4 comments

Software development is one of the main topics that I discuss on this blog.   When I decided to focus on the formal aspects of software development, my first inclination was to learn about the deep things of software architecture.   This was so much easier said than done.    What I discovered, much to my dismay, was […]


EHR Blues = Market Opportunity

by Jerome Carter on June 17, 2013 · 1 comment

Evidence is mounting that providers are dissatisfied with their EHRs—so much so that they are willing to switch.   I don’t see this as unexpected or problematic.  It is simply a sign of a maturing market and the growing sophistication of EHR users, which I think bodes well for innovative vendors. According to a recent survey […]

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Greatest Hits: Volume 4

by Jerome Carter on June 3, 2013 · 0 comments

As the motto implies, EHR Science is about the design and implementation of clinical systems.    Over the past two years, my personal explorations in architecture/design, discrete math, workflow and software development tools have lead me to search for underlying principles and precepts that could make EHR design less of an art and EHR implementation less […]