Project Analyst - Ambulatory (Health Informatics/Information Technology)Emirates 24/7Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development (QF), a private, not-for-profit, chartered organization, is building an all-digital academic...
Think big about mobile health -- going beyond medical recordsComputerworld (blog)The Empowered Patient is an active manager of his or her health. Once, the Empowered Patient connected with their doctor and managed their health online.
How Smart CIOs Can Communicate with Luddite BoardsWall Street Journal (blog)“We kept hearing over and over again that directors really are in many cases uncomfortable with their role in overseeing information technology,” Don Keller, a partner with...
While medical schools have increased their medical school positions by about 30%, residency slots have increased at only 8%. Future doctors may have to pay for their residency if these numbers don't balance out.
In that article Gold report a Congress member will introduced legislation to create an Office of Mobile Health. I have no idea if the legislation will amount to anything but it does raise an interesting topic of conversation: Should ...
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