The National Coordinator for Health Information Technology held a challenge to better patient health records and enable easier access and use of these records.
You can see a teaser of my entry here: http://joshhemsley.com/med/
Feel free to tell your friends. I'd love to continue this exploration and bring it to life. Also, you can yell at me on Twitter
about 1 year ago
Brillant! @Josh Hemsley
Absolutely beautiful Josh.
WOW you killed it! This is fantastic!
I'm sure you'll win, because it seems like winning wasn't your goal ;-)
Excellent work, no idea what medical records are like in the states but if it's anything like the UK this would be a huge huge improvement, great concept
Great design coupled with a great cause. This is a powerful example of the sort of value (talented) designers can bring to every day life. Good work Josh.
very nice mate!
Epic mate! Very good.
fantastic that. beautiful
Very nicely done.
@Josh Hemsley looks great dude.
I like the way how it is presented. beautiful!
@Josh Hemsley This is is fantastic!
Here's my submission to the contest: www.andrewconn.com/hdc
Awesome! That's some top notch work.
@Josh Hemsley We need this in Canada
@Andrew Conn Love it man!!
Agree that an overhaul is needed. Not convinced a contest is the way to solve it. Take the money and hire a firm - like everyone else. #spec
Oh, and btw, nice job. Super clean :)
SEXY. what font are you using?
@Garth Humbert While I understand the benefits of hiring a firm, I see a strong issue with it as well in this case. The fact that an effort like this is continuously moving and needs growth and attention from all kinds of folks, it makes sense to make it an open-source effort with an incentive. Closing the doors potentially limits your resources. This is only a stepping stone to opening up the potential for what people can do with this data.
I for one like that this brings attention to the matter from a broader audience, while getting people excited and motivated to participate. I and I'm sure many of the other participants, will not walk away from this thinking it was a waste regardless of the $$$.
Many folks are "redesigning" things just for the heck of. Why not jump at the opportunity to put that attention towards something with a bigger purpose and at the same time use it as a self-growth opportunity. Not for everyone, but it's an opportunity for both parties to benefit. I don't see the harm, when the result can impact many.
Beautiful, @Josh Hemsley . Best of luck bringing this to fruition.
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