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08
JUL
2015

Nursing Informatics

Dear eHCs, I have been a nurse for over 20 years and I am thinking of a career change. I have heard of eHealth and wondered if there is a way to draw a connection between my nursing background and eHealth. Could you please help me? Dedicated Nurse...
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02
JUL
2015

New to eHealth / Health Informatics World

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Dear eHCs, Clearly ehealth is a vital part of patient care and continues to grow at a rapid pace.  I’m interested in increasing my knowledge in this area and had questions about online courses – where to start, how to proceed.  Please note I work full time and am...
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26
JUN
2015

The Internet of Healthcare Things

Dear eHCs, Security and privacy as healthcare organizations shift to connecting medical devices, also known as the Internet of Healthcare Things (IoHT), is very important. I am looking to re-educate myself in this field. Do you have any guidance for me. What degree or diploma...
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26
JUN
2015

Dear eHCs

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We get a lot of unique questions that may be of interest to the public, so we decided to do a ‘Dear eHCs’ series to post up some of our responses. Feel free to ask away, chances are, others are thinking of the same thing!  
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19
JUN
2015

The cost of failed job applications

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We deal with employers and job candidates in eHealth and analytics all the time. We have learned that, after years of education, most candidates are ill-prepared to land the jobs they apply for. Resumes and cover letters are written poorly and emphasize the wrong experiences. In...
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08
JUN
2015

Bias and misclassification in routine healthcare data

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Bias and misclassification are major considerations when working with routinely collected healthcare data, such as that captured from electronic health records or administrative healthcare databases. I cover this in more detail in the National Institutes of Health Informatics web...
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07
JUN
2015

Caution about “actionable” insights from healthcare data

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Enthusiasm regarding the benefits of analyzing routine healthcare data is often punctuated by the promise of ‘actionable’ insights – that we can discover new knowledge on which healthcare providers, administrators, or policy-makers can act directly. Routine data...
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30
MAY
2015

The Changing of the Guards

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As Nelly Furtado once said, all good things come to an end. Early January COACH Board chair announced that, Don Newsham, CEO of COACH, would be stepping down after nine years. As an emerging professional, I have a different perspective on the announcement than whats been said so...
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06
MAY
2015

What the Heck does Standards Really Mean?

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Guess who’s back? I have a valid excuse – forgot my password. Don’t worry, this time I used a password that I could remember. On that note, lesson for the day, use ‘passphrase’ instead of a ‘password’. I learned this after watching this...
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