Monthly Archives: August 2017

Muddling Through in the ED

Introduction It has long been recognized that in complex work domains such as management and healthcare, the decision-making behavior of experts often deviates from the prescriptions of analytic or normative logic. ┬áThe observed behaviors have been characterized as intuitive, muddling … Continue reading

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Models: To Limit or Inform Human Muddling

The team at Mile Two recently created an App (CVDi) to help people to make sense of clinical values associated with cardiovascular health. The App is a direct manipulation interface that allows people to enter and change clinical values and … Continue reading

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Going the Second Mile

I just completed my first month of work outside the walls of the Ivory Tower of academia. After more than forty years as a student and academic, I left Wright State University and joined a small tech start-up in Dayton … Continue reading

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