This summer was very productive. I was able to jump into the human factors literature, test out BPM suites, and get into the nuances of Swift (more than a few). All the while, I have been reflecting on designing clinical software.   The really great thing is I have been ableContinue Reading

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 anContinue Reading

Anyone who has worked solely with relational databases will likely find his/her first encounter with NoSQL data stores to be unsettling.    Creating an ER diagram, normalizing tables, choosing primary keys, and setting relationships are all so ingrained in RDBMS users that it is difficult to separate the data modeling processContinue Reading