Did it seem like January just flew by? This feels like a good time to take a moment and refocus on priorities and what we want to achieve in 2019, both for ourselves as individuals and for digital health and healthcare. One of my priorities as a digital health professional will be to maintain a … Continue reading Quadruple Aims and digital health in Canada: We all have a role to play
Artificial intelligence (AI) is fast becoming a critical component in any innovative solution. I have noticed this in my work with start-up and scale-up companies. AI is no longer the stuff of science fiction. AI will soon be mainstream, and I predict that it will be a dominant feature of all health information systems within … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence, Health Care and Privacy
Keeping a paper notebook in a digital age may seem contradictory, but I still do it. When ideas spring to mind throughout the day I like to capture them on the spot, and the pocket notebook is my preferred medium. However, my trusty notebook might be the only non-digital artifact in a life otherwise enriched … Continue reading Seven Emerging Themes in Digital Health for 2019
So I am sitting here on another cold snowy day in Southern Ontario, yet I am inspired. This is probably due to the fact that I am looking out over Georgian Bay. You know, some call it the sixth great lake, and I cannot disagree; I cannot even see land on the other side! Now … Continue reading Data… What is it good for?
“The best way to find out what we really need is to get rid of what we don’t” -Marie Kondo As spring approaches and organizations focus on budgets for the next fiscal year, it’s time to start thinking about application rationalization. The term “rationalization” usually refers to a process companies undertake to reorganize and increase … Continue reading Spring is Coming – Time to Clean Up Your Enterprise IT