Monthly Archives: July 2011

Project Management 101 — eating an elephant

How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. I was recently asked to name the one skill I have learned that has helped me most in my career.  The first thing the popped into my head was … Continue reading

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Meaningful use requirements — what was that list again?

If you’ve ever tried to read the Department of Health and Human Services’ requirements for meaningful use, I’m sure you understand why so many people are struggling to keep up; if you’re like me, you probably had to stop to … Continue reading

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HIPAA compliance – a little education will save you a lot of trouble

We see it in the news every few weeks: another hospital paying millions of dollars in fines or settlements for HIPAA violations. Occasionally, the violation is the result of malice – someone intentionally looking at information they shouldn’t see. But … Continue reading

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Is your data backed up?

If you’re like me, your computer is an indispensable tool. It’s your constant companion. Losing it would be devastating! Actually, I don’t care about the computer. I only care about the data on it. The computer can be replaced as … Continue reading

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