Monthly Archives: November 2015

Awesome Blab About #HCLDR Tweetchat Last Night! Great Insights For The Future

An Awesome #Blab About #HCLDR Tweetchat! w/@jimmie_vanagon @Colin_Hung @NatriceR @pfanderson
— Charles Webster MD (@wareFLO) November 25, 2015

There was a wonderful discussion on blab last night after the HCLDR tweetchat (here’s Colin’s tee-up blog post about the HCLDR community and giving thanks) about how Blab and tweetchats can work together for the benefit of [...]

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I Am Thankful For Innovation, Workflow, Blab, Periscope, and HCLDR: Happy Thanksgiving!

TY for Innovation, Workflow #Blab, #Periscope, & #HCLDR: Happy Thanksgiving! & TY @Colin_Hung @JoeBabaian @nxtstop1!
— Charles Webster MD (@wareFLO) November 24, 2015

What a great set of questions, Colin!
I am reminded of a blog post I tweet every year on Thanksgiving Day. It starts with this paragraph.
I publish this on Thanksgiving Day and [...]

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My Free 12/3 Webinar: Wellness Through Workflow: How Structured Messaging Contributes to Better Patient Experience

[BTW, I've scheduled a Blab about Workflow and Patient Experience (any angle!) immediately after the webinar, at 2PM EST, Thursday 12/3. Make both or either! Here's the 1PM EST webinar registration link.]
My #3Dprinting workflow sculpture! Tweet #POWHIT during 12/3 @TelmedIQ webinar #HITsm #HCLDR
— Charles Webster MD (@wareFLO) November 23, 2015

At the very [...]

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Blab’s Extraordinary Potential For Healthcare & Upcoming Blabs

At 2PM EST today, @jimmie_vanagon is blabbing with @PopHealthChick (and whoever else shows up) about Direct Primary Care. From 12PM Noon EST to 1PM EST is the weekly #HITsm tweetchat (about Personal Health Records). So I thought I’d schedule a Blab from 1PM to 2PM. Here is that link: After #HITsm: Blab’s Extraordinary Potential 4 [...]

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Patient Data Ownership Cannot Resolve Data Access Problems: But Workflow Technology Might

[Since I wrote this post, thanks to @LeonardKish and @JeffBrandt, I've learned about #blockchain, and become interested in its implications for healthcare workflow. My point in this post was that patient data is more about control of data workflow than data ownership in a traditional legal sense. However, blockchain certainly addresses important aspects of control [...]

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