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Happy New Year!

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Hello everyone and Happy New 2014!  The new year left me thinking about the appropriate course of action for rxinformatics.com.  John and I have reached points in our careers where we have a limited amount of time to organize and blog about pharmacy informatics topics.  The EHR space grown tremendously over the past few years, and we are excited to continue our contributions to the pharmacy profession via organizations such as AMIA, HIMSS, and ASHP.  As a result we are ...

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More peripheral brain sharing

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Some time ago, there was an active discussion on the best peripheral brain.  Evernote and Springpad were discussed.  SpringPad has had a new release that made it much nicer, however, Evernote still seems like it is the winner.

Here are some products that are building on Evernote’s popularity that I have been using that are very nice that you might enjoy.

  • Zendone – a todo app (yes, another one) that has the best integration to Evernote ...
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Journal of the American Pharmacists Association March-April 2013 | Vol. 53. No. 2

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Lots of really terrific articles in JAPHA in this edition.  It is making AJHP look informaticly challenged.  Thanks to Jerry Farhni (again) for a great find.

Here is just a sampling of the articles in innovations in pharmacy practice:

http://www.japha.org/issue.aspx?journalid=63

Special Feature: Innovations in pharmacy practice

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Jerry Fahrni’s Presentation – Evolution of practice in a age of information

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http://www.slideshare.net/JFahrni/evolution-of-practice-in-an-age-of-information-20563161

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Medical Student at UVM working on a SMS Text based solution for pharmacies

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First, a couple of qualifiers.  My wife is a UVM graduate and I love most things Vermont.  That would also include Larry Weed, skiing and maple syrup.  Second, my view of the Pharmay HIT collaborative is that it is too much too late.  They have over complicated solutions to problems with their single minded focus on the PP-EHR.  I like the Acum Razer principle that states with competing hypotheses, the one with the fewest assumptions wins. The solution explained ...

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HIMSS 2013

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The annual HIMSS conference this year was in New Orleans, LA.  While there has been much chagrin regarding the city’s ability to support 35,000 or so tech executives and salesmen, it went relatively well.  I arrived on Monday morning, just in time to witness the opening of the exhibit floor.

HIMSS 2013 exhibit floor

The convention center is well suited to such a large exhibit floor, with each person’s feet receiving the brunt ...

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Connected Health via devices

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Jerry Fahrni’s weekly Saturday Morning Coffee is a good read for you all.  Recommended.
Here is a great find by him.

http://www.slideshare.net/RockHealth/rock-report-sensors-9962927

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Google Glass for Pharmacy Practice?

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I am watching the developments of Google Glass with intense interest.

The possibilities in pharmacy practice is mind blowing.

Here is just a glimpse from a post shared by @jfahrni

http://rgrosssz.wordpress.com/2013/02/23/28/

and this http://mhealthinsight.com/2012/04/05/google-project-glass-creates-a-pair-of-google-goggles-can-you-see-the-healthcare-opportunities/

 

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Medsnap

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This app looks very cool.  Anyone using it?  I can see some workflow issues, but if it works as advertised this can be very useful.

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A Medication Use System Architecture

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I am doing dome prep work for education requirements for Chief Clinical Informatics Officers.
This slide from a presentation by Allen Flynn is just awesome!

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Posted via email from RxDoc.Org

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