InterSystems signs on to HL7’s Vulcan FHIR Accelerator Program

InterSystems this week announced that it would join the Vulcan FHIR Accelerator Program, which was recently convened by Health Level Seven International to enable greater interoperability for clinical researchers.   WHY IT MATTERSThe company joins government and regulatory agencies, standards development groups, academic institutions, life sciences and tech vendors and others. The goal of the… Read More »

Restorative Yoga Benefits

104 Shares Yoga is something very special, an amazing personal development art with a complex science built into it. It has a rich history of over 5000 years, formulated founded in India by “Siddhis”, or in simple terms, individuals who studied the body and the way it holistically functions. These alchemists and surgeons systematized asanas,… Read More »

Where Is Herman Knippenberg, the Dutch Diplomat in Netflix’s The Serpent, Now?

You’d be hard pressed to find a fictional hero as compelling as Herman Knippenberg, the Dutch diplomat in Netflix’s The Serpent who initiates an international investigation into the crimes of Charles Sobhraj, a con man and killer responsible for at least a dozen murders. Knippenberg, the on-screen character, fills the series’ truth-seeking detective role. But… Read More »

COVID-19 patients can be categorized into three groups

In a new study, researchers identify three clinical COVID-19 phenotypes, reflecting patient populations with different comorbidities, complications and clinical outcomes. The three phenotypes are described in a paper published this week in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by first authors Elizabeth Lusczek and Nicholas Ingraham of University of Minnesota Medical School, US, and colleagues. COVID-19… Read More »