Wednesday, June 13, 2012
The thought process is more important than the solution
During recent Ken Rubin's trip to Singapore in May 28, I shared my views and suggestions on how to effectively adopt/develop healthcare interoperability standards.
Instead of telling the audience what standards to adopt, and how to develop or extend standards. I used the approach as illustrated in the following two slides with the intention of helping the audience understand the thought process from architect's perspective, what are the considerations, and how to choose the applicable standards, and how to adopt and implement.
The reaction from the audience is mixed,most of them fully appreciated the sharing and learning points they got from the sharing, very few of them did not understand what I am trying to convey, and it turned out that for those did not fully understand, they did not have proper technical background or no programming background. So what does it tell?