Microsoft Health - Common User Interface
As so often happens, I was sidetracked when Google-ing a specific problem in work this morning, only to find myself enamored by a new technology, unable to return to my original train of thought…unable to remember what it was I originally investigating!!
Today, it was Microsoft Health’s Common User Interface (CUI) that stole my attention (see http://www.mscui.net/Default.aspx). As my blog introduction stated, I work for a Healthcare Organization in the
What excites me about this is not that it has the potential to put me out of a job (joking of course) but that it has the potential to provide a safer and more efficient manner in which to develop healthcare-based applications. I would hate to fathom how much is spent in the
I had the chance to play with the CUI a little, and while it is not very mature (remember it is a CTP) it has quite a lot of promise. Developed with the British National Health Service (NHS) in mind, it appears address some moderately complex UI tasks such as medication display, and also some fairly minor (but nevertheless important) ones – Address Labels, Gender Labels, Date Input validation controls, etc. More exciting is that the technology supports Web Forms (