Monthly Archives: August 2015

From Data and Information Governance to Workflow and Process Governance

Have you heard of the phrase “photobomb”? This is a photo including the unexpected appearance of an unintended subject in a camera’s field of vision as the picture is taken. Well, just call me the “workflow bomber” because I keep showing up at data-oriented events shouting about workflow.
Owl #photobomb! MT @CAStateParks: Huge thanks to [...]

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Twitter, Periscope, Health IT, and Patient Experience

This post is prompted by today’s #HITsm tweetchat Crowdsourcing Patient Experience on Social Media.
I’ve fallen hard for Periscope, Twitter’s new live video streaming app. Despite a long list of “But…”s (privacy, flakey clients, low rez video, difficulty finding the best videos in real-time, trolls…), the idea itself — “Explore the world in real time through [...]

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Trade-offs, Preferences, Utilities, Part Two: A Conceptual Framework on Value of Cancer Care

Tonight the Healthcare Leadership (#HCLDR) Blog community will discuss the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s proposed Conceptual Framework on Value of Cancer Care. Preparing to participate in HCLDR tweet chats is great way to review areas of interested I’ve not thought about in while. I mostly think about healthcare IT workflow. So HCLDR usefully takes [...]

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Video Interview: HIMSS Social Media Ambassador Chuck Webster, MD, Talks About Workflow Tech at HIMSS15


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I’m Going on Vacation, To The New York Finger Lakes: Past Photos!

I usually only blog or tweet about workflow (80%?) or non-personal personal stuff (weird news, archeology, random science). The exception is when I go on vacation. I’m a bit of a photography nut… not very good… just a nut. Since I’m heading up to the Finger Lakes next week, and taking and tweeting lots of [...]

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