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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
rx open source
Salvatore Iaconesi has brain cancer. And he's doing something about it that most don't: taking it into his own hands. And the hands of hundreds of others, as they all work together to cure his disease (and offer hope to others). The project is called The Cure, and at it's apex as many as 200 people... Read more
3 comments Posted 16 Jan 2013 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) 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
whitehurst money
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...
1 comment Posted 25 Sep 2012 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) 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
Big data healthcare
The healthcare industry is experiencing off-the-charts growth in data generation. Growing numbers of clinical solutions generate more data every day--including electronic medical records, communication systems, and digital image archiving. On top of that,  wearable sensor networks compile... Read more
0 comments Posted 14 Aug 2012 by Lori Mehen (Red Hat) Feed
A new presciption for open source health care
The future of women’s health—and the health of all U.S. citizens, for that matter—has been in the spotlight lately. Health care regulation is an important issue to both President Obama and health care organizations like Planned Parenthood—both of whom argue that it’s critical to pass laws ensuring... Read more
5 comments Posted 2 Aug 2012 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
OSCON
It's that time of year, again—the annual family reunion for many folks in the open source community, O'Reilly's Open Source Conference (OSCON). More than 3,000 people will gather at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland to discuss a wide variety of topics from over 300 speakers on July 16-20,... Read more
1 comment Posted 13 Jul 2012 by Leslie Hawthorn 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
Part III: Moneyball medicine, narratives, probabilities, and making better medic
The Ohio Lottery is now 500+ million. $700 million has already been taken in on this drawing, not a bad for the state. Lotteries work and Vegas was built on this simple notion: we believe we can beat the odds, we all believe we are a little special. Part of our notion of being special, of our... Read more
0 comments Posted 9 Apr 2012 by Leonard Kish Feed

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