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Monday, December 6, 2010

Harmonious Health IT

I'd like to welcome David Tao, MS, D.Sc., and author of the newly created Harmonious Health IT blog to the club of Health IT Bloggers.  David has long been a contributor of very good feedback on this blog.  I've known David for almost as long as I've been involved in HL7.  He was my first choice in HITSP for someone to handle the difficult taks of representing the Care Management and Health Records committee to the HITSP Internal Review Board (later called the Internal Review Team).

David is usually quiet and very soft-spoken, but he has penetrating insight to interoperability problems in healthcare IT.  I'll be listening to what he has to say, and so should you.

Thanks for joining us David, welcome to my blog roll, and please note: I sing Bass.


1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the kind words, Keith! Bass -- me too. As John Moehrke told me, I hope the music theme will strike a resonant chord with some. I've learned a lot from both your blog and his. Looking forward to participating in the "Reconciliation" project that you initiated in IHE. It's spurred a thought that I may blog about: as information becomes more "liquid" as we all want, what happens when the liquid becomes a flood of information, and how can HIT help clinicians handle that flood? I see reconciliation as a step in that direction.