Insight Maker – Free Simulation and Modeling in your Browser

Its been years since I attended the MIT Executive Course on System Dynamics taught by John Sterman. Even so it made a lasting impression on me. Based on the works of Jay Forrester and Peter Senge I learned the principles of system dynamics and how to develop models and simulators. While commercial modeling software exists …

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Let patients help!

Take a look at the work of Dave deBronkart, aka e-patient Dave, a remarkable patient advocate who turned his own disease experience into a catalyst for change. Dave is a prolific twitter (@ePatientDave), an author (Laugh, Sing, and Eat Like a Pig: How an empowered patient beat Stage IV cancer (and what healthcare can learn …

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HRSA HIV/AIDS 2010 Biennial Report

NewYork-Presbyterian System SelectHealth’s Special Project of National Significance featured in HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau 2010 Biennial Progress Report Going the Distance The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program 20 Years of Leadership, A Legacy of Care This progress report celebrates the legacy of the first responders to the AIDS epidemic, the 1990 passage of the first Ryan White …

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AMIA Posters Related To NYPS SelectHealth’s CCD Project

American Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Meeting November 14-18, 2009 Posters related to NewYork-Presbyterian System SelectHealth‘s Continuity of Care Document (CCD) HRSA Special Projects of National Significance. AMIA-0021-A2009.R1. Urban PLWH’s Willingness to Share Personal Health Information. P. Teixeira; S. Bakken; E. Camhi; P. Gordon AMIA-0056-A2009. Barriers and Facilitators to Use of a Continuity of Care Document …

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NYC Health: Primary Care Information Project (PCIP)

If your clinic or practice hasn’t implemented an Electronic Health Record (EHR) the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has a program that you might consider. The Primary Care Information Project (PCIP) (http://www.nyc.gov/pcip) has been in existence since 2005 and has completed 1,500 EHR implementations in NYC. It currently offers: subsidized licensing …

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