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Another great find by Jerry Fahrni on Conncected heath

03/03/2013

<div style=”margin-bottom:5px”> <strong> <a href=”http://www.slideshare.net/RockHealth/rock-report-sensors-9962927&#8243; title=”Rock Report: Sensors by @Rock_Health” target=”_blank”>Rock Report: Sensors by @Rock_Health</a> </strong> from <strong><a href=”http://www.slideshare.net/RockHealth&#8221; target=”_blank”>Rock Health</a></strong> </div>

Medsnap

02/24/2013

This app looks very cool.  Anyone using it?  I can see some workflow issues, but if it works as advertised this can be very useful.

Google Glass for pharmacy practice?

02/24/2013

I am watching the developments of Google Glass with intense interest.

The possibilities in pharmacy practice is mind blowing.

Here is just a glimpse from a post shared by @jfahrni

http://rgrosssz.wordpress.com/2013/02/23/28/

and this http://mhealthinsight.com/2012/04/05/google-project-glass-creates-a-pair-of-google-goggles-can-you-see-the-healthcare-opportunities/

Can you think of what it would be like in a pharmacy practice with patients?

 

Cops giving New York City pharmacies OxyContin bottles equipped with GPS tracking devices

01/16/2013

Rebelmouse PharmD and ePharmD

01/12/2013
Rebelmouse is a nice little tool to aggregate your social media posts.  
Once set up it works quite well.
Here are two sites I set up in a matter of a few minutes.  
Only wish that Google+ had an API to incorporate their content.

https://www.rebelmouse.com/pharmd/  It aggregates my pharmacy posts.  
They tend to be informatics focused but broader than ePharmD (below)
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MedFetch Reference: INFORMATICS, CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT, MEDICATIONS

01/11/2013
I have mentioned MedFetch in the past.  It is a really cool tool, especially if you have access to a medical library.  
Every once in a while a little gem like this pops up. fyi.

Ontological approach for safe and effective polypharmacy prescription.

http://www.medfetch.com/r/47205/23304299/

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Father of medical informatics, Homer Warner dies

12/06/2012
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