Greatest Hits: Volume 5

by Jerome Carter on June 2, 2014 · 0 comments

Over the past year, two themes have dominated the blog—EHR design issues and the application of discrete mathematics to clinical informatics.   Both topics reflect my conviction that it is possible to create a mathematical theory of clinical systems that can be used to design clinical care software.   If all goes well, the first academic paper touching on these topics should be ready by the end of summer. I already have the outline, references and figures, so all that remains is the actual writing.   I’ll be back with a new post next week.  Meanwhile, have a look at the greatest hits of the past year.

EHR Design
Exploring EHR Design with Python
EHR Systems and Decreased Productivity: What’s Wrong?
Is the Electronic Health Record Defunct?
Is the Electronic Health Record Defunct?– Part II: An Architecture for Clinical Care Systems

Mathematics and Clinical Concepts
Mathematics and Clinical Concepts, Part I: The Need for Formal Methods and Theories
Mathematics and Clinical Concepts, Part II: Using Logic Concepts
Mathematics and Clinical Concepts, Part III: Logic with Variables and Quantifiers
Mathematics and Clinical Concepts, Part IV: Exploring Sets
Mathematics and Clinical Concepts, Part V: Using Relations to Organize Clinical Information
Mathematics and Clinical Concepts, Part VI: Functions for Clinical Computing
Mathematics and Clinical Concepts, Part VII: Graphs, Processes, and Workflows
Algorithms in Clinical Informatics: The Path from Here to There

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