RISK STRATIFICATION IN PRIMARY CARE. For those who know me, I frequently say the number 42 to my peers in relation to why patients get admitted to hospital. We know the answer, that they are in hospital but what is the question, what brought them in in the first place or more importantly can we […]Read More THE ANSWER IS 42. SO WHAT IS THE QUESTION?
I was told by someone that if you put a picture of a cat in your blog, you’ll get instant site views to the sound of “oos” and “aahs”. Unfortunately since the majority of my demographic is probably non-cat loving males, I’m not hedging my bets. I thought I’d put this post up more for […]Read More CIRCULAR DEPENDENCIES AND INTERFACES
There has been a lot of talk recently in UK health related IT sites around getting clinicians to code mainly catalysed by an article on Tim Kelsey’s opinion on the matter in E-Health Insider. This subject has been very emotive for me for a little while. When I talk tech to fellow GPs, they tend […]Read More SO YOU WANT TO CODE?