Monthly Archives: September 2014

My 5 Answers to 5 JASON Report Questions: Sept. 26 #HITsm Tweetchat

Many thanks to Greg Meyer, distinguished engineer at Cerner (and @Greg_Meyer93 on Twitter), for moderating this week’s #HITsm tweetchat about the JASON Report.
Every Friday, from Noon to 1:00 EST as many as a hundred or so #HITsm (Health Information Technology Social Media) pundits, plus possibly thousands of lurkers, and tens of thousands of innocent [...]

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National Health IT Week Thoughts: Let’s Replace “Meaningful Use” With “Meaningful Creation” or, Health IT, Join The Maker Movement!

After a lengthy preamble (I like lengthy preambles, to write them, that is!) I’ll answer each to this week’s (Friday, Noon, EST) #HITsm tweetchat questions.

Topic 1: What #healthIT value proposition would you prioritize for Congress? How will their buy-in/participation drive long-term change? #HITsm
Topic 2: How can federal agencies more significantly impact progressive #healthIT implementation [...]

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Patient Engagement and Wearable Technology: From Around The Web

Today I’m attending the Consumer Health IT Summit AND working on my slides for a webinar tomorrow,Wearable Workflow Needs Health Systems Engineering (register here). (And following tweets from the HBMA conference and writing this blog post!) Tomorrow’s webinar is about wearables and classic concerns of industrial engineering in healthcare, namely work (and workflow) improvement. But [...]

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Happy National HIT Week From Mr RIMP! (Robot-In-My-Pocket/Patient Engagement Badge)

Mr. RIMP is an interactive “wearable robot” who (not “that”!) lives in physicians’ and child life specialists’ pockets. He’s designed to “engage” and thereby entertain and distract children from perhaps arduous circumstances. In fact, Mr. RIMP used to have a different name! Based on “Interactive Graphical Engagement Badge”, it was “Iggy, B”. This was based [...]

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Patient Eligibility Verification 10-Part Interview: Vishal Gandhi of ClinicSpectrum, Booth #301 at HBMA

After the resounding success of our recent 10-Part medical practice workflow Interview with Vishal Gandhi of ClinicSpectrum, well, why not do it again?!
Go say Hi! > Vishal in his Workflow Hat @ClinicSpectrum, Booth #870 #ANI2014 #HFMA #Priceless
— Charles Webster MD (@wareFLO) June 24, 2014

However, even I, a glutton for workflow punishment, couldn’t [...]

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