About A/Prof. Terry HANNAN
Role(s) / Profession(s)
- Information Technology Professional
American Medical Informatics Association - AMIA
Website: http://www.amia.org/ Type: Trade Association Country: United States About: AMIA is dedicated to promoting the effective organization, analysis, management, and use of information in health care in support of patient care, public health, teaching, research, administration, and related policy. AMIA’s 4,000 members advance the use of health information and communications technology in clinical care and clinical research, personal health management, public health/population, and translational science with the ultimate objective of improving health.
Australasian College of Health Informatics - ACHI
Website: http://www.achi.org.au/ Type: Academic Institution Country: Australia
A/Prof. Terry's Communities
- Moderator Health IT
Joaquin, these references and documents are superb. I am a frequent user of the Californian Health Care Foundation site that has made significant progress and reporting on mHealth and patient involvement in HIT. Terry Dr Terry J. Hannan MBBS;FRACP;FACHI;FACMI Consultant Physician Clinical Associate Professor School of Human Health Sciences, University ...
The system will not allow me to create an ID/PW Dr Terry J. Hannan MBBS;FRACP;FACHI;FACMI Consultant Physician Clinical Associate Professor School of Human Health Sciences, University of Tasmania Department of Medicine, Launceston General Hospital Charles Street Launceston 7250 Past President Australasian College of Health Informatics(2007-9) Visiting Professor, Universita di Modena, ...
Rajib, thank you for this link. I am a great admirer of the CHCF following an AMIA exposure to the previous director Dr Mark Smith. This is a very valuable site with lots of work on patient involvement and some evaluations of mhealth. Terry
Rajib, many years ago I asked Clem MacDonald of Regenstrief about this, "In my humble opinion the current standards are somewhat too restrictive and directive" and his reply was it is what we have and we need to progressively adapt and evolve these as needs and technology demand. The most ...
A/Prof. Terry HANNAN recommended "Expert Panel: OpenMRS Implementers: Experiences and Lessons Learned, May 14th to 18th 2012." in the community.
A/Prof. Terry HANNAN recommended "Creating, working in, and evaluating Telemedicine projects" in the community.