Blogging: The hard part of blogging is not writing, it is sharing your post

I agree, partially, to the post here. Blogosphere is the counter-narrative to the mainstream publications. I am not sure how it helps an oncologist to "land a job" by writing excessively and obsessively. However, it helps my order of thinking. If a user relies on Twitter or social media tools to gain "traction" or even … Continue reading Blogging: The hard part of blogging is not writing, it is sharing your post

To Improve Data Quality, Start at the Source

Correct data leads to correct analysis and outcomes intended for collection. I cannot emphasise more. However, when you throw the disordered and unstructured data and expect the AI to figure out the "heuristics" and start "predicting", it is a surefire recipe for disaster. Sadly, most hospitals can't see anything beyond the Excel sheets. Their digital … Continue reading To Improve Data Quality, Start at the Source