April 2014

Is the Electronic Health Record Defunct?

by Jerome Carter on April 28, 2014 · 10 comments

When building software, requirements are everything. And although good requirements do not necessarily lead to good software, poor requirements never do.   So how does this apply to electronic health records?   Electronic health records are defined primarily as repositories or archives of patient data. However, in the era of meaningful use, patient-centered medical homes, and accountable […]


Hands-on Software Design and Other Things…

by Jerome Carter on April 14, 2014 · 0 comments

I took last week off so that I could catch up on programming projects and try my hand at gardening/landscaping.   Mastering object-oriented programming has been a key goal since I began blogging.   Like any skill, practice makes perfect, so last week I began a new project to test my OOP design and programming skills.   In […]