Either a programming language feature can be just what one needs or an obstacle to go around.  Swift provides features that make clinical software design easier. Tuples support clinical concepts cleanly, and Swift offers a good implementation. Thinking Clinically in Swift   Modeling clinical workflows with BPMN allows one to capture precise interactions. Using Level […]


Building Clinical Care Systems: Suggested Readings

by Jerome Carter on September 28, 2015 · 0 comments

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 able to experiment to my heart’s […]


You Had Me at “Swift”

by Jerome Carter on August 18, 2014 · 2 comments

Some things are simply destined to happen.   I have written a few times about my multi-year journey in modern software development.   Over the last few years, I have studied software architecture, object-oriented analysis and design, discrete mathematics and workflow analysis and had a lot of fun.  Netbeans and Xcode are on my MacBook Pro, and […]