The New Year is a time to look back and reflect on the previous year and take into account all that has changed in the last 365 days. A lot happened in 2018 regarding healthcare and technology and the trend for change doesn’t look like it will slow down any time soon. Wondering what 2019 […]
Who doesn’t like a good list? Whether you are on it, know someone on it, or aspire to be on it, you always want to read the list. From the latest health mobile app technology to the top healthIT stories here are 10 top 10 lists I think deserve sharing.
The New Year is a time to look back and reflect on the previous year and take into account all that has changed in healthcare and technology in the last 365 days. Wondering what 2018 has in store? Take a look at some of these predictions made by a various companies, analysts and research firms.
By Bennett Lauber – In the classic Alfred Hitchcock film “Rope,” Hitchcock shot continuous scenes for periods lasting up to 10 minutes (the length of the film camera magazine), continuously panning from actor to actor, though most shots in the film wound up being shorter.
By Irv H. Lichtenwald – Context and perspective matter. And it’s often both context and perspective that are lacking from the daily snapshots we get of health information technology, meaningful use, interoperability and the progress we are either making or not making, depending on your perspective.
By Bill Hersh – The week of October 1st was a busy week in the health IT/informatics world, as the US government released a flurry of rules and documents around health IT. As I tell my students, it is great to be living in this ever-changing part of the history of our field.
By Andrew Gettinger MD – As we focus on making our health care ecosystem interoperable and building a continually improving learning health system, we need to ensure health IT enables safe, high quality care. We also know that doctors, nurses, and other clinicians that are all part of the care team are frustrated by health IT systems that are not coordinated or optimized to their workflow.
The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) announced that Kaiser Permanente will create approximately 900 IT jobs by 2019, bringing Kaiser Permanente’s total presence in Georgia to more than 4,000 employees and physicians.
By Matt Fisher – Health information technology or HealthIT is in the healthcare spotlight, but remains a constantly changing field. One of the primary initiatives shining the brightest spotlight on HealthIt is the Meaningful Use program.
Online registration for the 2015 ONC Annual Meeting closes Friday January 16, so register today! We look forward to seeing you here in Washington, DC in just a few short weeks at the 2015 ONC Annual Meeting: Interoperable Health IT for a Healthy Nation.
Plan, Expect, Anticipate, and Ask By Edward Keiper, President and CEO of Velocity It’s funny how the less you know about something, the easier it seems. Take the transition to electronic health records (EHRs), for example. It may not sound like a big deal to people who aren’t in the healthcare industry. After all, it’s […]
Diagnostic Analysis is Key By Tom Maher, Hayes Management Consulting Twitter: @HayesManagement We have all seen or heard about car mechanics performing repairs that do not fix the problem. The poor customer gets charged for a series of repairs, but the original problem remains unresolved. Problem solving in business or IT is no different. The key […]
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