The Analysis Mansion

3 November 2014

Data Architecture is often overlooked in informatics as something that is dull and ‘for geeks’.  Far too often the source and structure of the data is side-lined to focus on trends and reporting.  However, in my opinion (and it may well only be my opinion) if data architecture is improved, the analysis of information will … Continue reading “The Analysis Mansion”

Making Information Beautiful event

15 July 2014

On behalf of the Kent Surrey and Sussex Academic Health Science the beautiful information team recently team hosted the first of a series of events to bang the drum about the importance of the IM or Information Management function within the NHS – For too long IM function has been lumped in together with the … Continue reading “Making Information Beautiful event”

Before Autopilot

25 June 2014

I was recently in a meeting with my Chief Executive and Chairman and the CE regaled a story of how pilots used to read crucial information when landing a plane. One could imagine that this would be of a complex nature with multiple variables influencing the planes characteristics. However, what he said was, and I’m … Continue reading “Before Autopilot”