Tag Archives: MedStar

The Red Shirt

In 2009 I began my innovative work at GUMC. I was a new staff member at the Dahlgren Memorial Library and I had been hired to initiate a bedside information service for the health care professionals at the Georgetown University … Continue reading

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Reading Between the Lines is a Reality with Text Mining

Your search term is “Dole”. Do you mean Bob Dole? Dole Pineapple? Or being “on the dole?” How do search engines recognize the meaning of terms and how can that capability be leveraged in medical research and practice? ┬áComplex algorithms … Continue reading

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Jonathan Hartmann Launches Blog for MedStar Georgetown University Medical Center Health Care Professionals

Aiming to broaden the integration of his research services at the point of patient care, Jonathan has launched his blog, Ask Jonathan! ┬áThe blog’s content is directed to health care professionals and researchers at the MedStar Georgetown University Hospital in … Continue reading

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Welcome!

Hello and welcome to my blog. I’m Jonathan Hartmann, the Hospital Informationist who works with the health care professionals at the MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. My job is to bring the most recent, evidence-based medical information to the attention of … Continue reading

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