Since I took my first "data processing" class in college, the rule has been that only "data" in a defined box could be used in computing. All our various notes and information that falls outside the structure was valuable on an individual basis but could not be aggregated. This has been the challenge for medical records. Those piles of hand-written notes recorded in a consumer file, the many faxes laying on the floor of the emergency room, and the promise of information technology seemed to be out of reach for many health care situations. But, a recent announcement from Amazon…
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