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ONC Design Challenge: 'Humanize' Electronic Health Records
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jaysimmons
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11/15/2012 | 3:28:34 PM
re: ONC Design Challenge: 'Humanize' Electronic Health Records
It's nice to see an opensource design challenge to improve readability of medical records generated from EHR systems, in this case a Blue Button document. This is a pretty common concern from providers, that the notes generated are hard to read or find the pertinent data. GitHub is a great service and Bootstrap is a great model to follow. Hopefully this will jump start an opensource community to improve the appearance of all medical documents.

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Sara Seigel
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11/12/2012 | 7:32:23 PM
re: ONC Design Challenge: 'Humanize' Electronic Health Records
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