Monthly Archives: February 2014

Back to the future

Have you ever wanted to remind yourself to do something or check on a project when you get back to the office? So you send yourself an email only to have it get lost among all your other emails or … Continue reading

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Which (ICD-10) side are you on?

In case you missed it, the “Washington Post” had an interesting (and amusing) article last weekabout ICD-10. If you’re involved in the transition, you’ve probably already got an opinion on the new coding regulations. But those who aren’t waist-deep in … Continue reading

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When did transparency become opaque?

Don’t ya love the marketing geniuses? They can take any word and spin it. Transparency is a great one.  If you’re transparent, it means what you say is what you deliver. It was thought a few years ago that if … Continue reading

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8 projects, 6 teams, 1 month — no problem

Each new year we often end up with New Year’s resolutions and our goals for work are just the same. After a great power meeting early this year, I ended up with eight projects to manage at one time with … Continue reading

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