Another uninformed analysis of the problems at healthcare.gov

It’s been interesting, and frustrating, watching the drama around healthcare.gov play out. Here in the real Washington, we’ve got a state-based exchange and while the first day or two was pretty ugly, it’s humming along pretty well now. Clearly things aren’t so rosy for the feds. Lots of hand-wringing has been applied to the “how…

3

What is wrong with EHR developers?

I’m sick — one of those winter-is-coming things that’s not remotely serious, but leaves you with a huge pile of Kleenex, a brilliantly red nose and a huge case of the crankies. So forgive me if this is a little harsh, but I think it’s well-deserved. Are EHR developers just inept, or do they write…

1

Great stuff at the USC Body Computing Conference!

Last week I got to head down to USC for their annual Body Computing Conference. It was really a neat gathering — Dr. Saxon is able to pull together not only the “right” folks building innovative hardware and trying to make sense of the signals that hardware produces, but also include some really novel ideas…

0