This needs more publicity.
I think this should be required reading for anybody who wants to build an Electronic Medical Records system -- this hits at the core of the representation of medical information.
- University of WaterlooMath (Computer Science), 1993 - 1998
- Steinbach Regional Secondary SchoolHigh School (major: Math/Science, minor: Electrical/Electronics), 1992
- University of ManitobaComputer Science, 1992 - 1993
- TELUS Physician SolutionsDirector, R&D, 2013 - present
- Canadian Medical AssociationVice President, R&D, 2013
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