health

translating open health materials
Back in January, we launched our translation pilot for Open.Michigan, focusing on two video series for health education. We are thrilled to report that the translation activities are still going strong—57 volunteers to date, 53 videos that include 128 completed translations covering 11 languages,... Read more
1 comment Posted 2 Sep 2013 by Kathleen Ludewig Omollo Feed
M database and node.js
In part one of this tutorial, I introduced the integration between the hierarchical data structures of the M database and the hierarchical structures of the Node.js language. Here, in part two, I focus on the fact that this integration is equivalent to incorporating persistance storage in the Node.... Read more
0 comments Posted 6 May 2013 by Luis Ibanez Feed
Twitter data for healthcare
As the open source ethic has changed the way that we share and develop resources, crowdsourcing is redefining how we can create new resources based upon that willingness to share. One example of crowdsourcing at work for the betterment of us all is public health researchers turning to Twitter to... Read more
0 comments Posted 1 May 2013 by Sarah Fudin Feed
M Language and Databse
Join the M revolution and the next big thing in healthcare IT: the integration of the node.js programming language with the NoSQL hierarchical database, M. M was developed to organize and access with high efficiency the type of data that is typically managed in healthcare, thus making it uniquely... Read more
1 comment Posted 5 Feb 2013 by Luis Ibanez Feed
cooking
At the start of every new year resolutions on diet and health abound. Yet there seems to be little discussion on schoolchildren's health and nutrition, and taking a more open education approach to it. This is remarkable since childhood obesity and diabetes are at record levels in the US. Today... Read more
1 comment Posted 24 Jan 2013 by Carolyn Fox Feed
year in review health
Open source in healthcare remains in its infancy. This year saw some great activity with open source in health. Our community covered medical devices with available source code, electronic patient records, open product design and 3D printing, crowdfunding, and big data. These big ideas and... Read more
4 comments Posted 28 Dec 2012 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
open data
What's it like to work for your state government? What kinds of software are approved for use? How far do you think openness in government trickles down? I've been asked questions likes these as a Geographic Information Systems Technician with the State Department of Health and Human Services in... Read more
0 comments Posted 25 Sep 2012 by Charles Rudder Feed
network wealth
MedStartr is a new way to fund healthcare initiatives—think Kickstarter for doctors, patients, and what ails them. It's headed up by Mike Pence and Alex Fair, two guys of different backgrounds and expertise who've come together to share the same dream and passion for helping those in physical need...
2 comments Posted 19 Sep 2012 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
Public policy: The big opportunity for health record data
A few weeks ago Colin Hansen - a politician in the governing party in British Columbia (BC) - penned an op-ed in the Vancouver Sun entitled Unlocking our data to save lives. It's a paper both the current government and opposition should read, as it is filled with some very promising ideas. In it,... Read more
0 comments Posted 9 May 2012 by David Eaves Feed
Open source wayfinding with Walk [Your City]
It's a two-second trip to visit walkyourcity.org. But before you head over there, you'll want to hear from Matt Tomasulo, founder of CityFabric and chief instigator of Walk Raleigh and Walk [Your City]. Urban Times called Walk [Your City] "Open Source Guerrilla Wayfinding." It's a simple idea of... Read more
0 comments Posted 12 Apr 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed

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