Can Technology Help During a Pandemic?

As of writing this article, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are 85,641 cases of the Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) in 57 countries which have led to 2,933 deaths. The WHO is recommending that people should: wash their hand frequently maintain social distancing avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth practice respiratory hygiene seekContinue reading “Can Technology Help During a Pandemic?”

Healthcare.gov – Who is at fault?

Credits: Arsalan Khan, Ed Heironimus, Francis Wisseh, Maryam Moussavi, and Udhayakumar Parerikkal 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This research paper analyzes the Center for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS)’s Healthcare.gov project in detail and makes recommendations on what could have been done differently. The project had 55 federal contractors working on it but this research paper will concentrateContinue reading “Healthcare.gov – Who is at fault?”

An Observation of Healthcare at a Clinic…

Last week, I took my wife to a well-known local clinic since she had the flu that is spreading across the U.S this year. Since I had my notebook, I started to make some observations in regard to the overall process and customer service. In the following paragraphs, I will attempt to make a surface-levelContinue reading “An Observation of Healthcare at a Clinic…”