Monthly Archives: October 2015

Estimating MERS Risks In Real-Time Read

I got this article off Asian Scientist.com and thought I’ll share it with you folks; University of Tokyo researchers have developed a real-time statistical method to estimate death risk (i.e., the probability of death given infection) and identify risk factors of … Continue reading

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Ramblings: Changing my email address

Dear all, in order to simplify (and optimize) email management, Adam will be using a new dedicated email domain for all future email communications – regardless of the affiliations. The transition to the new email domain will take some time … Continue reading

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SNOMED mapped to ICPC-2 for continuity of health data

I got this off from Pulse+IT Magazine, which in my humble opinion, is good news as the convergence will lead to a more granular level of interchangeability. A subset of the SNOMED clinical terminology specifically for health encounters in general practice has … Continue reading

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Does Crowdsourcing Have a Future in Solving Medical Mysteries?

This article Tim Casey from Cardiovascular Business discusses a pet topic of mine – utilizing CrowdSourcing in health and healthcare; For three years, Carly Heyman visited numerous doctors, searching for answers on why she was feeling so sick. She spent thousands of … Continue reading

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