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 Mating Rituals of Vendors and Clients: Candid Camera in the Commercial Red Light District

H. Dominic Covvey, Associate Editor, HIM&CC and Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Science, University of Waterloo & UOIT, and President and Director, National Institutes of Health Informatics (NIHI), and Fellow, American College of Medical Informatics, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society and the Canadian Information Processing Society. I wanted to write about procurement, but quickly realized … Continue reading The Mating Rituals of Vendors and Clients: Candid Camera in the Commercial Red Light District

eHealth Doublespeak – Enteric Coating for Our Problems

Maybe we should just change words so things sound better! Sittig’s Grand Challenges Almost exactly 20 years ago, Dean Sittig wrote an important article about the Grand Challenges in medical informatics (1). He cited significant challenges that needed to be addressed for medical informatics to really advance. These were sophisticated challenges, including developing a unified … Continue reading eHealth Doublespeak – Enteric Coating for Our Problems

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