A team of Georgia Tech College of Computing graduate students swept top honors at a competition to create style sheets to display information in a Continuity of Care Document to a primary care physician taking calls from patients after hours.
The goal was to present data from the CCD in a way to maximize the speed and effectiveness of care. The NHIN CONNECT Code-a-Thon Challenge was held April 28-29 in Florida International University in Miami. NHIN CONNECT, federally sponsored initiative that has developed software to aid connecting to the emerging nationwide health information network, sponsored the competition.
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