Greetings. My name's Shawn Vincent.

I'm a director of product management at TELUS Health. We're the biggest healthcare IT company in Canada.

I'm responsible for TELUS's Mobile EMR, as well as TELUS's next generation electronic medical record system. I'm a medical records geek: obsessed with solving the terrible problems facing patients and providers today.

I've been writing software for over 20 years, obsessing about healthcare for the last 10.

In my spare time, I write software, enjoy amateur artist blacksmithing, and raise pet goats and chickens on my farm.

I also maintain a web page about Medieval Occupations.

Contact me

svincent@svincent.com - email is always the best way to contact me.

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Publications

Shawn Vincent (Sep 13 2012). Interoperability: Banking did it... how hard can it be?.Technology for Doctors Online. http://www.canhealth.com/tfdnews0616.html

Shawn Vincent (Nov 8 2012). Quality of care versus cost of care: The awkward choice.Technology for Doctors Online. http://www.canhealth.com/tfdnews0657.html

Shawn Vincent (Dec 13 2012). Defunct Videotex reveals pitfalls in creating a healthcare ecosystem. Technology for Doctors Online. http://www.canhealth.com/tfdnews0678.html

Shawn Vincent (Jan 17 2013). Don't just do something - Stand there! Technology for Doctors Online. http://www.canhealth.com/tfdnews0698.html

Shawn Vincent (Feb 14 2013). Data liberation now, Interoperability standards later.Technology for Doctors Online. http://www.canhealth.com/tfdnews0718.html

Shawn Vincent, William Pascal (Feb 2013). What does asynchronous bilateral cutover have to do with improved health care. Healthcare Information Management & Communications, vol 27 no 1. http://www.healthcareimc.com/node/729

Shawn Vincent (Mar 14 2013). It loses something in translation. Technology for Doctors Online. http://www.canhealth.com/tfdnews0739.html

Shawn Vincent (May 9 2013). Hospital vs clinic EMRs: What's the difference? Technology for Doctors Online. http://www.canhealth.com/tfdnews0780.html