Harm Scherpbier - 19 July 2019
Tags: AI, artificial intelligence, CCD, data exchange, data overload, EHR, EMR, information, pull, push, search
Too Much, Not Enough, All at Once
The title of this post is from a Jack Kerouac quote, having to do with falling in love. I have a more prosaic interpretation: it’s the key problem in health IT, everywhere you look. Health IT solutions provide a lot of data, but it’s usually too much, and what the user is actually looking for is often missing. Too much and not enough at the same time. Because data itself only becomes useful when context and meaning transform it into information. This can be especially true when data and information are presented [...]
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