Monthly Archives: November 2014

Almost 25 Years Ago I Co-Developed A Prototype Of A Radiology Imaging Workflow System

Almost 25 years ago I co-developed a prototype of a radiology imaging workflow system at Shadyside Hospital in Pittsburgh. We published details in the 18th Annual Symposia on Computer Applications in Medical Care (SCAMC, now AMIA). I’ve been meaning to resurrect some of that detail for a long while. I finally have.
We’d been tasked [...]

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Google Glass Is Not The Only Wearable: A Partial Long List

Now, last year I gave a presentation on Google Glass at the conference, but I want to tell folks here that Google Glass is not the only wearable. In fact, there are hundreds and hundreds of wearables on just basically every part of the body, every layer of clothing. There are smart shoes, that the [...]

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Workflow-Related #AMIA2014 Papers and Posters

I looked at every instance of the use of the word “workflow” in the 2012 page proceedings for the American Medical Informatics Association 2014 Annual Symposium. I found these 45 papers and posters. For each I created a short blog post (links below) so I can tweet them.
Why?
Because health IT (of which medical [...]

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Transcribed Slides For My 42-Minute Webinar on Ebola, EHR Workflow Engines, Editors, and Visibility

(This is a full-text transcription of one slide from my November 5th 42-minute webinar on Ebola and EHR Workflow Engines, Editors, and Visibility. Please excuse occasional “typos” as I’ve not proofed every word. Consider watching the Youtube video. My original post announcing the webinar includes motivating context and an outline. Thank you!)

My name is Charles [...]

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AMIA2014 Workflow Paper (Monday) Engineering for reliability in at-home chronic disease management

(Quotes from 2014 AMIA proceedings that interest me due to workflow-related implications: Take me to my Workflow-Related #AMIA2014 Papers and Posters rationale!)

[CW: Great table! > Table 2. Summary of reliability system design strategies used by participants to enhance self-care reminders.]
3:30PM Sunday
“Prospective Memory as a Basis for Task Planning and Recall
Remembering to perform all the [...]

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