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- 09/15/14--02:00: _The Evolution of He...
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- 01/12/15--08:03: _Future of Health Ca...
- 01/26/15--06:11: _The Healthcare Dinn...
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- 07/03/13--08:46: Healthcare in the Heartland
- 08/15/13--08:55: Old is the New “New” – Engaging Physicians Through Mobility
- 09/16/13--11:55: An Industry Retrospective Demands a Call to Action
- 10/01/13--12:04: Partnering for the Future of Healthcare
- 02/13/14--11:40: The Key to Success: Maximizing Information Technology
- 04/07/14--08:20: Data-Driven Evaluation of Mobility’s Impact
- 08/08/14--07:55: Cerner/Siemens and Blue Shield/Blue Cross: What Happens Next?
- 08/25/14--06:26: Staying Ahead in a Technology-Driven Field
- 09/15/14--02:00: The Evolution of Health IT
- 11/11/14--08:17: Data, Data Everywhere and Not a Drop to Drink
- 11/24/14--07:07: Harnessing the Power of Big Data with Digital Health Partnerships
- 12/23/14--12:21: Transformation in 2015: Focusing Technology on the Patient
- 01/12/15--08:03: Future of Health Care: Keeping the Patients in Mind
- 01/26/15--06:11: The Healthcare Dinner Party
- 03/30/15--06:51: Healthcare in South Africa – Two Systems, Common Challenges
- 04/06/15--06:46: Why 2015 is the Worst Time to be a Physician
- 05/04/15--07:04: Telehealth Brings Non-Stress Tests to the Home
- 05/10/17--07:00: Finding Balance in Chaos
When I’m not heads down in data points on how hospitals around the country are going mobile, I spend time volunteering as a clinician with the Rural Health Clinic of the Cumberlands, a free clinic for the underserved community in my neighborhood in Cumberland County, Tennessee. So, the challenges facing rural hospitals and health systems […]
As incentives increasingly align between physicians and hospitals for value-based care delivery, health system CMOs face an interesting challenge. The last one to two decades witnessed an extraordinary push to hyper-specialization and compartmentalization of care. Physicians migrated from round-the-clock response to their personal patients to team call coverage models, and patients were handed over to […]
With National Health IT Week underway, I’ve been thinking a lot about the state of the industry. But when I look back over the last several months, rather than progress, I see mounting challenges and pressures. There have been several incidents that have contributed to the financial strain hospitals and health systems are facing, including: […]
For hospitals and health systems to achieve the value of their EMR investments, they must be able to deliver information to the point of care and ultimately the point of making a difference with patients – whether the clinician is at the bedside, down the hall, in the office or at home. Industry paradigms like […]
As we gear up for HIMSS at the end of this month, we tend to think back to who has been dominating the healthcare conversations over the past several years. The answer is obvious: EMR vendors. Meaningful Use guidelines have been driving towards the adoption of EMRs and encouraging clinicians to adopt technologies to enhance patient […]
Healthcare is rapidly evolving, and more than ever, hospitals are under extreme pressure to continuously identify ways to improve performance and justify every expense. In this type of environment, technological innovation alone will not prove sufficient. Instead, making sure technology is successfully implemented and processes are streamlined to ensure adoption and maximize value becomes the […]
The industry is buzzing over the news that Cerner is buying the health information technology business unit of Siemens. The Siemens acquisition is the most recent high-profile example of consolidation that is taking place in all sectors of healthcare. The consolidation trend is not new, of course. Providers reacted first, by aligning as Accountable Care […]
Since patient care and well-being is at the center of Rockdale’s mission, attracting the best and brightest clinicians in the region is an important effort for us. Part of distinguishing ourselves from our competitors is providing the resources and advanced technological support clinicians want. In fact, to support this shift, we formed the Information Technology […]
Health IT is often considered a silent partner in healthcare – not seen by patients, but a critical part of the system. As we celebrate National Health IT Week, it’s important to realize that although health IT already has a long history, the constant and rapid evolution of this space continues to transform the market. […]
Clinicians want two things from data. On an individual patient level, they need to be able to see the data whenever and wherever they want – in a clean at-a-glance format and with essentially zero lag time. And at a cohort (population) level, they want the data presented as meaningful information in a way that […]
In today’s digital world, electronic patient data is growing exponentially and moving faster than healthcare organizations can imagine. At the same time, clinicians suffer from information overload, and high-volume and increasingly complex clinical patient loads, alongside dwindling time and resources. Now more than ever, the pressure is building to harness the power of big data […]
We are currently experiencing the biggest transformation in healthcare ever. Technology plays a significant role as an enabler of this transformation, but will not drive it alone. Improving patient care and driving toward patient engagement are crucial goals in this next phase of the healthcare industry. To make adoption ubiquitous and implementation effective, there are […]
The key to successful health care technology is making sure it improves both the patient experience and the quality of care. While technology is sometimes seen as a barrier to human connection and interaction, the right tools can transform the health care experience for the patient. At Dignity Health, our focus for 2015 is centered […]
It may not be obvious, but the healthcare industry has been preparing for an enormous dinner party. Over the last several years, innovation vendors like AirStrip have been adding ingredients to our fridges and pantries based on numerous requests from customers. Metaphorically, this would be just about anything you can imagine that will transform clinical […]
In recent years, our ability to stream large amounts of data in real-time has improved dramatically. This enhancement can transform how clinicians offer care by sourcing unprecedented opportunities for clinical decision support. However, the capability to process, store, and display data in and of itself does not transform care. Rather, it is how the clinicians […]
When it comes to mHealth, most industrialised nations such as the U.S. and Europe have a head start. Money for healthcare technology investments is available, the infrastructure is in place, and most of the population is already engaged in the healthcare system. As a country of about 52 million people, South Africa shares many characteristics […]
With the ONC’s recent release of their 10-year interoperability vision, it might seem like the industry is starting to make things easier for clinicians. In reality, 2015 is starting off to be one of the worst times ever to be a physician. Interoperability is a critical issue to support a transition from fee-for-service to value-based […]
Non-stress tests (NSTs) are the current standard of care for monitoring high-risk pregnancies. Intended to reduce the risk of stillbirths, these tests are for those who have one or more risk factors, whether they be maternal, fetal or obstetric complications. Currently, these tests can be very time-consuming for patients. NSTs involve attaching the mother to […]
The role of a nurse is a complex one. Not only is this individual responsible for the physical bedside care of multiple patients, but may also be called upon to offer emotional support for patients and their families. While this is an absolute honor and a privilege, it can also be emotionally draining and lead […]