Monthly Archives: October 2013

Show and tell (more free stuff)

Have you ever tried to explain a problem you’re having on your computer when it would be so much simpler if you could show the technician? Are there times when it would be helpful to record how to use a … Continue reading

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The art of misdirection — Obamacare buzzwords boost private companies

I live in Virginia and one of our largest papers, the Virginian-Pilot, did a story this week about companies that capitalize on the confusion surrounding the official words and names in the Affordable Care Act. For example, the Virginia Health … Continue reading

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Innovation meets cooperation

Someone once described business to me as sands constantly shifting under your feet. I would say that’s a pretty apt description of what’s going on in healthcare today. One recent article I read said that data silos are finally starting … Continue reading

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Two years later – another hospital, another EMR

Some time ago, I wrote a blog post about spending time in the hospital and how it felt to be the patient’s family in a hospital with a full-scale EMR. Almost two years to the day I found myself back … Continue reading

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