D’WuhBeeAye – Data Warehouses in Healthcare!

How Data Warehouses Can Benefit Healthcare! So we’ve learned about data warehouses and business intelligence, here’s how it can connect with healthcare! Healthcare has been rapidly evolving ever since HITECH was pushed into the open. But with meaningful use driving healthcare and the transition into the utilization of more and more technology, data warehousing was…

D’WuhBeeAye – Analytic Tools

Analytic Tools for Data Warehousing! Now that you got the data warehouse schema set up! Now for the to(ols)ys! There are many kinds of analytic tools that you can use in your organization with your data warehouse, so instead of listing them out, I’m just going to discuss the overview on certain tools on why…

Storage devices! Understanding SAN and NAS

NAS vs SAN Storage Devices They both store data for infrastructure, back in the day there were these servers for data storage and then came the devices to store the data meant for servers. Network Attached Storage At the end of the day, it’s an uber file server. It is a remote storage volume that…

Basic Economics – EHR Market Share

EHR Market Share – When Enough is Enough At what point should capitalism allow itself to run rampant? My thoughts on the EHR market share Disclaimer: I am not versed in economics at ALL. So please take everything in this post with a grain of salt, it’s only based on my observations and what I…

Stream of Consciousness (SOC) — Entry #1

Stream of Consciousness – Entry #1 Something I’m trying to start. Whenever I feel like it. So, today I introduce the Stream of Consciousness segment of my blog. A night where I am reading up on an issue and reading some papers and articles and I’m really just writing about them and discussing the research,…

Thunder Shock Missed! Custom-PC Build

Thunder Shock Missed! Paralysis Was Not Inflicted! Well! Today is the “Thunder Shock” custom-pc build that I did a while back in early February.  Part list can be found here. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/BGbGK8 I never really built a PC myself before this computer, although I did help my father when I was younger with upgrading parts here and…