February 2, 2001
LinuxMedNews interview: OIO's Andrew Ho
Author: JT Smith
Saint writes "Andrew Ho, MD has the unlikely combination of being an assistant clinical professor in the department of Psychiatry, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and the leader of one of the many open source medical projects currently in existence. The Open Infrastructure for Outcomes (OIO) project is his brain child. Ho's comments and guidance on topics as diverse as meta-data, forms libraries and project convergence can be found frequently on many of open source medical computing's discussion lists. LinuxMedNews caught up with Dr. Ho to learn more about him and his views on medical open source, the OIO, his competition, HIPAA and what he does for fun. Read the interview here."