All posts by H. Dominic Covvey

Associate Editor, HIM&CC and Professor (retired), University of Waterloo & UOIT; President, National Institutes of Health Informatics (NIHI) and Fellow, ACMI, HIMSS and CIPS.

The Human Foundations Awardee – Shirley L. Fenton

It is with great pleasure that we share with you a bit of the story of a very noteworthy person who is 2016 inaugural recipient of The Human Foundations Award.  Shirley Fenton Bus. Dev. Director, Centre for Bioeng. & Biotech., University of Waterloo. VP, National Institutes of Health Informatics Shirley Fenton was born near Chatham … Continue reading The Human Foundations Awardee – Shirley L. Fenton

Thoughts Regarding the Nature of Health Care and the Role of eHealth

KISS: Keep It Simple, Stupid! Is it possible to define a simple framework for viewing the role of eHealth? I guess I am the stupid one, but at least I am telling myself to keep it simple! Recently, I had an opportunity to write a book chapter to try to present and explain a simple … Continue reading Thoughts Regarding the Nature of Health Care and the Role of eHealth

King and Queen Makers: An Announcement

There is always someone else! All of us have heard the expression, here corrected for gender, “Behind every successful person there is a person”. In the military, every combatant depends on his or her fellow soldiers and logistical support – everyone must have everyone’s back and each must provide support in achieving an objective. In … Continue reading King and Queen Makers: An Announcement

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