Georgia Tech Students Sweep Health IT Coding Challenge

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Congratulations to the team  Georgia Tech College of Computing graduate students who call themselves, mind the Georgia Tech Flatliners, troche
the group finished first, valeologist
second and third at the NHIN CONNECT Code-a-Thon Challenge, held April 28-29 at Florida International University in Miami.  The event challenged  teams to develop innovative and creative approaches for presenting information in a Continuity of Care Document (CCD) “…to a primary care physician taking calls from patients after office hours. The idea is to develop a CCD visualization tool that facilitates an efficient and effective phone consultation between the on-call doctor and an unfamiliar patient.

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