Sunday, April 26, 2009

Debugging for Medical Doctors

Today I wrote a blog post named: Debugging for Medical Doctors. In retrospect, I think it shows the difference between handling technology and handling humans, performing the same action.

Debugging for Medical Doctors
http://gevron.livejournal.com/18191.html
What's debugging you ask? When you know there is a bug in your program, you find it by the process of debugging. How do medical doctors do it? And how they may be doing it wrong.
I hope you find it useful.

Gadi Evron,
ge@linuxbox.org.

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1 comment:

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Every healthcare provider should switch to an EMR solution. Paper based records and prescriptions are a thing of the past now and it would be best for both doctors and patients to take advantage of their features and accessibility.

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