Monthly Archives: July 2019

Hephestus: Health data warehousing tool for public health and clinical research

Originally published by Bell Eapen at on November 3, 2018. If you have some feedback, reach out to the author on Twitter, LinkedIn or Github. Health data warehousing is becoming an important requirement for deriving knowledge from the vast amount of health data that … Continue reading

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Serverless on FHIR: Management guidelines for the semi-technical clinician!

Originally published at on February 12, 2018. If you have some feedback, reach out to the author on Twitter, LinkedIn or Github. Serverless is the new kid on the block with services such as AWS Lambda, Google Cloud Functions or Microsoft Azure Functions. Essentially … Continue reading

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eHealth against antimicrobial resistance

This article was first published on Brighter World. Read the original article. A forward-looking McMaster donor is investing $7 million in a new research centre dedicated specifically to tackle the growing global threat of antimicrobial resistance. David Braley, whose gifts to the … Continue reading

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