Multisensory Medical Informatics

Wow – The Wii earns my respect as a serious haptic interface. A University of Arizona team has shown improvements in fine hand motor skill developed from exercises in continuous practice of the Wii for simulated laproscopy.

I’ve interacted with the virtual gall bladder removal and cauterization simulation at Riverside Methodist hospital’s Virtual Care Unit. . . . → Read More: Multisensory Medical Informatics

“Mass consumerization of health information”

What does that really mean? Here’s the reference, from this week’s NY Times: Google and Microsoft Look to Change Health Care (And since they charge for content once its a few days old, I’ve posted a few paras fair-use style below).

I see the possible head-on collision of supply-side healthcare information services with the recognition . . . → Read More: “Mass consumerization of health information”