November 2015

Swift is a modern programming language created by Apple to make application development simpler.   Version 2.0 of the language is out and adds much needed error trapping/exception handling capability.   Swift is similar to other C-derived languages, and is easy to read for anyone familiar with Java or PHP.    My interest in Swift […]

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EHR Science and the Coming of Clinical Swift

by Jerome Carter on November 23, 2015 · 4 comments

As you may have noticed, for the last two weeks, resource pages have not been updated and there was no post last week either.  That is because a minor accident resulted in a week’s worth of misery, and not much work being done.  Thankfully, things are quickly returning to normal.  Oddly, one consequence of my […]

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Clinical Workflow Center, Next Edition!

by Jerome Carter on November 9, 2015 · 7 comments

Four years ago, I began EHR Science as a way to connect with others who shared my interest in EHR systems and computer technology. To that end, the blog has been a great success. The incentive programs brought more interest in EHRs in a few months than I had seen in the previous 10 years […]

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