The Time before Health Informatics
Computers in Medicine
Vance Gledhill http://www.cs.su.oz.au/alumni/issue1_2008/issue1_2008_6.shtml and CALM http://www.jstor.org/pss/285459
Biomedical Engineering
David Dewhurst
Peter Farrell
Peter Crosby
Intensive Care
Laboratory and Radiology Computing
Electronic Data Processing
Electronic Record Implementations
Terry Hannan -Implementation of the Johns Hopkins Oncology Information System (OCIS) in the Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick. First international transfer and implementation of a complex Clinical Infomation System (CIS)-terminology for EMR in the 80s and 90s.
This implementation knowledge with specific foci on core "data dictionaries" and end-user interfaces was the foundation for becoming a member and implementer of a a complex international Open Source eHealth project in Africa (Mosoriot Medical Record System (MMRS) to the Academic Model for the Provision of Access To Healthcare (AMPATH) and subsequently the OpenMRS system.