It’s going to be an interesting ride.  For a less cryptic explanation of one of my projects I’ve started in the past few weeks…we’re developing an interface for a physician to access a person’s entire medical chart (for example, 80 years worth of every bit of text, radiology, labs, etc, in an individual’s chart) in one screen.  But most importantly, all information is displayed in context…the interface shows data, not as individual points of data sectioned off by “Labs,” “Radiology,” etc, but as data that’s all interrelated and visually put in any context a physician wants to view.  If you’d like to see the prototype, head out to the Health 2.0 conference in San Diego in March.  If you’d like to see the real thing, head out to Williamsburg in 4 months.