Archive for August 30th, 2007

Gartner Podcast – Web Innovation

August 30, 2007

A short but worthwhile podcast by Gartner on Web 2.0 in the enterprise to promote an upcoming conference.  They admit that it may be difficult to find the right balance of implementing Web 2.0. Too much control can kill the initiatives. I agree. A gradual start in deploying blogs and wikis while not trying to replace enterprise applications or trying to create enterprise data stores that are more appropriately in more secure systems. Although they don’t address this, anonymous postings should not be allow within a business on blogs and wikis because it opens the door to abuse. IMHO.

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HL7 PHR Functional Model Released for Comment

August 30, 2007

The Electronic Medical Record Committee of HL7 has produced this model for comment until the middle of September. It is encouraging to see this technical standard released. It’s interesting that even consumers have had input on this. The proposed standards include sections to: Manage Historical Clinical Data And Current State Data, Wellness, Preventive Medicine, and Self Care, Manage Health Education, Account Holder Decision Support, Personal Health, Manage Encounters with Providers.

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Healthcare Senario Planning

August 30, 2007

Found an blog focused on Healthcare IT with this unique title for two posts. It looks at the exponential and disruptive growth of health care information on the internet and how it is a trusted source for most consumers. He also points to this Senario Thinking portal with much broader ideas than healthcare. Looks like senario thinking can be compared to futurist thinking but on a shorter time horizon.

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