User:Greg Woodhouse

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Greg Woodhouse studied mathematics, where he received a bachelor's degree, with highest honors (1984), and a master's degree (1987) from the University of California, Santa Cruz. He then went on to work in software development as a member of the U.S. civil service. His primary focus is health information systems (computers in medicine), a field in which he has now worked for 15 years. His work has ranged from basic networking and database components, to message based interfaces, clinical notifications and financial subsystems. he was a cofounder of Hardhats ( and a participant in WorldvistA (, both of which are dedicated to developing and maintaining open source health information systems. He has a strong interest in computer science, mathematics and the physical sciences.


  • Healthcare information systems/medical informatics
  • Software development
  • IP networking
  • Databases
  • Mathematical methods

Current Articles

Articles on which I am currently working include:

"To Do" List

  • See my current articles through to approval
  • Start a new article in mathematics (but what?)
  • Start an article on health information systems

Areas I hope to work

  • Number theory
  • Differential Geometry
  • General Relativity
  • Quantum Mechanics

Useful links

Quick reference card

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Clinical decision support system

If you have time, please see Talk:Clinical_decision_support_system for proposals to Clinical decision support system.

By the way, regarding quick reference tool, please see - Robert Badgett 03:43, 19 January 2008 (CST)