Monthly Archives: April 2013

TEDMED “The Hive” Companies and The Social, Mobile, Analytics, Cloud, Workflow and Language Technologies

I am so impressed with all of the companies showcased in TEDMED’s The Hive. I looked at every website, read their mission statement, and drilled down into descriptions of their technology. I’ve a partner website at EHRworkflow.com where I profile interesting companies. What do I mean by interesting? Well, I’ve got an acronym to guide [...]

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Live-Streamed Photos and Tweets Containing #TEDMED OR #GreatChallenges

If you’re not on Twitter, but would still like to read thoughts and watch photos from tweets containing the #TEDMED and #GreatChallenges hashtags, you came to the right blog post. If you *are* on Twitter, but know someone who isn’t, send them this blog post! Be sure to tell them your Twitter handle so they [...]

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Live-Streamed Tweets and Photos From 2013 #TEDMED’s “The Hive” Startups and Entrepreneurs

If you’re not on Twitter, but would still like to read thoughts and watch photos from tweets posted by 88+ startups and entrepreneurs participating in “The Hive” at TEDMED, you came to the right blog post. If you *are* on Twitter, but know someone who isn’t, send them this blog post! If you’re in “The [...]

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Awesome List of 1200+ TEDMEDLive Sites Hosting 2013 #TEDMED Simucasts

I am awed by the list of organizations hosting TEDMEDLive this year! A worthy endeavor might have been to list corresponding Twitter accounts. Too much work! But, if you see your alma mater, workplace, partner, or simply an organization you admire, copy their name, proceed to Twitter’s search page, find them and tweet them! You [...]

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Cutting Through The (Healthcare) Big Data Hype at #BigDataTechCon

The best antidote to hype about a technology (in this case, Big Data) is knowledge about the technology (especially the Hadoop ecosystem plus complementary and competing technologies).
Here’s a completely gratuitous photo of default slide #BigDataTechCon displays between speakers. PS Great conference! twitter.com/EHRworkflow/st…
— Charles Webster, MD(@EHRworkflow) April 9, 2013

So, off I went to Big Data Tech [...]

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