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Some Trends in the Digital Workspace

There is a lot going on in the digital work place, driven by new technologies, by evolving work patterns, by external challenges (notably climate change and COVID-19) and a realisation that what seemed to work before may not work for us future (if it ever really did).

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Bringing 100 year old technology to Healthcare -Part 4

In part 3 I presented an alternative view of the role of SPC for healthcare. In this final part, we will look using SPC in Microsoft Excel and Power BI and conclude with whether SPC does have a place in Health. Creating and Presenting SPC Charts Whichever way the debate goes, SPC needs to be […]

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Best Practice Improvement Informatics Thoughts and Musings

Bringing 100 year old technology to Healthcare -Part 3

Statistical Process Control (SPC) is a technique that has been widely used in industry for many decades. But is it useful in Healthcare.
Part 3 of 4

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Best Practice Improvement Informatics Thoughts and Musings

Bringing 100 year old technology to Healthcare -Part 2

Statistical Process Control (SPC) is a technique that has been widely used in industry for many decades. But is it useful in Healthcare.
Part 2 of 4

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Best Practice Improvement Informatics Thoughts and Musings

Bringing 100 year old technology to Healthcare – Part 1

Statistical Process Control (SPC) is a technique that has been widely used in industry for many decades. But is it useful in Healthcare.
Part 1 of 4

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AI Thoughts and Musings

Welcome to the RoArIng Twenties and the 4th industrial revolution

Welcome to the Twenties and the 4th Industrial Revolution. Be ready for change as AI changes your job, while offering you utopia

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Technology Thoughts and Musings

Get a pocket computer, try to do what you used to do, yeah

These prophetic words come from Blondie’s 1978 Parallel Lines album (one of the all-time great albums by the way – if you haven’t got it then shame on you). In fact the preceding lines are just as prescient: “Picture this, my telephone number One and one is what I’m telling you Get a pocket computer […]