A discussion about Archetype Query Language semantics

This is a copy/paste of a few responses I sent to a discussion in the openEHR lists. I'm copying them here because images in my responses and responses themselves are not properly archived anywhere yet. If you want more: I wrote a PhD thesis on this stuff, so if you want a deeper discussion of … Continue reading A discussion about Archetype Query Language semantics

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Why US will have better clinical decision support than the EU

For many, smarter healthcare through the use of computers is an exciting idea. This has been the case since the sixties, and I belong to the current generation of people who try to make this happen. There are so many misunderstood things about making computers help clinicians. It would take a lot of space to … Continue reading Why US will have better clinical decision support than the EU

The semantic web that never was. Will it be the same for smart healthcare IT?

I attended another Data Science London meeting last week. As usual, it was a good one. Speakers talked about their experience with twitter feeds that includes foursquare check-ins and scraping data from web sites. Scraping is basically extracting information from the web pages, in a way simulating a human's use of the web site to … Continue reading The semantic web that never was. Will it be the same for smart healthcare IT?

Pulse evolves into SDC Cloud Connect, and becomes even cooler

I am a big admirer of Eclipse. It is an incredibly ambitious piece of work. It tackles the problem of creating a platform for software tooling, a platform that can generalize features of most IDEs, report tools, scientific software and even regular desktop applications. Not everybody agrees with me of course, when it comes to … Continue reading Pulse evolves into SDC Cloud Connect, and becomes even cooler

openEHR for practical people (cleaned up)

Warning: this is a re-post of an old blog entry. Things have moved since I’ve written this, and mostly in a better direction. Just remember that you’re reading a 4 year old entry.   Introduction and outline This document is a guide for the software developer who is interested, or forced to be interested in … Continue reading openEHR for practical people (cleaned up)