Clinicians depend on electronic health records (EHRs) and other high-tech tools to give them the best data at the point of care, when they’re interfacing directly with patients and have to make potentially lifesaving decisions. However, as studies and tales of the last five years of computerized healthcare have revealed, there’s also such a thing[ Read More ]
Liora has 20 years of experience in software development and scientific research. She originally trained in computer software programming as a Team Leader of software programmers. Liora specialized in command and control applications (C4I), and GIS applications on decentralized systems. She earned her PhD in neuroscience, and her professional work has concentrated on neuroscience and mechanisms of electric signal transferring in the brain and its impact on heart health and disease. Her work as a language engineer with medCPU began in 2014 and combines her passion for human physiology and pathology with her expertise and experience in computers.