Tag Archives: Health

Working in Data: ORDER CAREERS, DESC

I’ve had the opportunity to work in health data for a while now. There are most definitely gradations and ranks in the data verse career list. In my first role as a health technologist, I learned a massive wealth of … Continue reading

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Working in Healthcare IT

Part of the appeal of working in IT is that there should be a constant stiving to learn and excel. Programming and technology depends on being cutting-edge, staying ahead of the curve. As someone who works at Symantec once told … Continue reading

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Antipsychotic Costs, public buying power comparison, May 2010

This is an image of a visualization comparing costs of prescriptions (public buying power vs. private payer). It highlights the difference of having a mass purchasing program. For example, some of the medications are so cheap that they barely appear … Continue reading

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Global Lifespan by Nation and Quality of Life

┬áThere is an assumption that we in the U.S. will have longer life spans due to our economic strength. Tied to this is the opposing thought – that our health will suffer if we spend less or grow weaker in … Continue reading

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Health Information Technology and IT Security

Attached is a presentation I created for one of my graduate-level networking classes. The content of the Powerpoint is more the focus of this post than the commentary. It should be obvious that Internet security is the hot topic of … Continue reading

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