Tag: EHR

  • OHA Health Achieve 2007 – thoughts from day 2

    Wow. What an exciting day. Yesterday on day 1, I heard Colin Powell speak about leadership at the opening address. Today, I stayed for the entire day and attended both the morning and afternoon sessions. Morning Session – “Innovation and all that Jazz” by Wynton Marsalis Originally, I wasn’t sure if I was going to […]

  • eHealth in the news

    Here are some news that I stumbled onto regarding eHealth during the past week or so: European e-Government to get €37.5M from EU eTEN programme Funding announcement for public-private projects on Europe’s “e” projects, including eHealth. DO-IT-YOURSELF diagnosis is a popular online activity An article in the Friday March 5, 2004 edition of the Toronto […]

  • Special issue on eHealth by IPTS Report

    The most recent IPTS Report (a monthly report published by the Institute for Prospective Technological Studies affiliated with the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre) is titled “Aspects of eHealth“**. There are several interesting articles and is available in four other languages other than English. Seven articles are available online: “The challenges to the medical decision […]

  • Most Wired….

    I came across some interesting resources by the American Hospital Association (AHA). They run an annual survey of hospitals called “Health Care’s Most Wired“. The survey collects information on the use of ICTs by hospitals and creates a list of “most wired” hospitals in a variety of different categories. One of the main purposes of […]