Monthly Archives: August 2016

Future Skills in Health IT: Workflow and Learning to Learn

[This post is in preparation for the Friday #HITsm tweetchat, Future Skills in Health IT, hosted by @rmacklinrecruit, thank you very much Rachel! I'm attending Cloud Develop 2016 on Friday, so I prepared my answers in advance and published them in this post. (I'll try to participate from the conference during lunch though!)]

Last week I [...]

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An Educational Curriculum Approach to Finding, Creating, and Posting Great Health IT Social Media Content

[This post is in preparation for the #HITsm tweetchat, Acquiring, managing & disseminating Healthcare Workflow IT Knowledge, hosted by @Shimcode, thank you very much Steve!]
“Education is the most powerful weapon you can use 2 change the world” Nelson Mandela #HITsm https://t.co/pdJH8Ii7Vg pic.twitter.com/7JOLvKKvvr
— Charles Webster MD ⎌ (@wareFLO) August 19, 2016

Create an informal educational “curriculum” to [...]

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Healthcare’s ‘Not My Problem’ Problem, Workflow Technology, and Memories of Jess

[Written with respect to the #Kareochat Twitter chat about healthcare's "Not My Problem" problem, hosted by @TechGuy...]
This blog post has two parts. First is a brief account of my interactions with a beloved member of the Twitter community, who recently passed away after a long illness. She frequently tweeted about her experience with a dysfunctional [...]

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