Emphasis Area: Health Informatics
Interest Area: Data mining, Decision Support
Advisor: Chi-Ren Shyu
I first began programming in 1981 by copying machine code out of the back of Byte magazine into a VIC-20 computer and learning BASIC from library books. Since that time, I’ve been hooked on using technology to solve information needs. I have nearly 20 years of experience in various industries, including education, government, e-commerce, geospatial, and healthcare. I have developed software solutions on a wide variety of platforms and languages, from Delphi to Objective C, AS/400 to Linux, Dbase to Oracle, and web based to fat client applications. I currently manage a software development team at the Tiger Institute for Health Innovation, where we create solutions to clinical information problems at University of Missouri Healthcare.
Review and Classification of Online Medical Calculators and Their Potential for Automated Delivery in EMRs (Journal Article)
Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 2017.