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Text Mining Summit and Mining Full Text

Last month I attended the Linguamatics Text Mining Summit in scenic Newport, RI and  presented an update on the work I have done in the past year using text mining on rounds to improve patient care. 85 more words


Elbow X-Ray Interpretation

Fractures of the elbow region can often be subtle and hard to detect on plain film radiographs. You really need to know what to look for. 128 more words



A fellow blogger named David and I worked together to write an article about teamwork and cooperation in healthcare.

You can read our post here: 298 more words

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Someone You Know Has PTSD. Now what?

Most of us have heard of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and its most common causes (people often think  of military combat and sexual assault).  We’ve heard of the most notable symptoms: reexperiencing the trauma through nightmares/thoughts and hypervigilance/being on high alert.   891 more words

Keep your patients safer with AdverseEvents!

I now have access to AdverseEvents, the only standardized information source on post FDA approval drug safety. AdverseEvents features include RxScore®, the first actionable drug safety scorecard and RxSignal®, the only predictive notification of pending regulatory action. 40 more words