July 2016

Toward a Process-Oriented Clinical Care System

by Jerome Carter on July 18, 2016 · 0 comments

My explorations in clinical care system design are progressing well.   In particular, I am pleased with the responses to the posts on primary care and EHR design.  There is a groundswell of interest in better systems that do more to help clinicians with the tasks they find burdensome.  Perhaps the retrenchment of MU has […]

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Bugs and EHR Systems: Engineering Matters…

by Jerome Carter on July 4, 2016 · 0 comments

Testing is one of the most tedious and difficult aspects of software development, and the more complex the system, the more problematic the testing.   Bugs always happen. However, if one is lucky, bugs are easily spotted and have few deleterious effects.  Unfortunately, bugs occur in many ways that are hard to spot—miscoded algorithms,  incorrect […]

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