Monthly Archives: September 2015

Achieving Task and Workflow Interoperability in Healthcare: All Together Now!

My August, 3-8, 2015, 7000-word, five-part series on Task and Workflow Interoperability in Healthcare IT News (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) caused a lot of folks to contact me, about how their projects and products help work toward this goal. Thank you all! I’ve seen an interesting mix of effects since, from tweaked healthcare workflow [...]

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Wearables, Workflow, and Activity Trackers: You Can’t Measure What You Don’t Manage

This is just a short blog post to get ready for this week’s Healthcare Leadership Blog tweetchat, at 8:30PM EST, most every Tuesday.
You Can’t Measure What You Don’t Manage: Why I Advocate Wearable Workflow!
Amusing, at least to me, is that many proverbs are not only reversible, they are sometimes more true, profound, or funny. [...]

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Big Workflow Is Familiar, Fit, Foundational, Unfailing, Flexible, and Far-Wide-and-Near

If you’ve heard of “Big Data” (who in health IT hasn’t?) then you may have also heard of the volume, velocity, variety, veracity, value mnemonic. I’m here to offer a similar mnemonic for “Big Workflow.”

Big Workflow Is

Familiar,
Fit,
Foundational,
Unfailing,
Flexible, and
Far-Wide-and-Near!

Let’s go through each of these qualities of Big Workflow.
Big [...]

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Periscope, Social Video-Streaming, and Health IT Social Media Tweetchats: Disruptive, Additive, Or Complementary?

I love Twitter, now. It took me a couple years before I truly became addicted (different post!). I immediately glommed onto Periscope, though. I’ve written several posts about Periscope in healthcare, health IT, and health IT social media. First I noticed how it could crowdsource actual real-world problems, when it helped me install new hubcaps [...]

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My Periscope Tours Of Washington, DC, at DCscopes.com

My day job is health IT, but I happen to live in one of the most photogenic, and videogenic, cities in the entire world, Washington, DC. Recently I’ve been ’scoping (as in Periscope, Twitter’s live-streaming app) DC sunrises and sunsets, plus cool monuments (Washington) and memorials (Jefferson) in between. Some of the best I upload [...]

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