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It’s The Workflow: Four Questions About National Health IT Week

This is my long-form discussion of this week’s #HITsm questions about the just finishing incredible National Health IT Week (#NHITweek). Before I get into those details, I just want to let you know I hope you’ll join me for a “blab” immediately after today’s (Friday) #HITsm tweetchat from Noon to 1PM EST.
After today's #HITsm [...]

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A Look Back At ‘Workflow’ Mentions On Twitter During Previous National Health IT Weeks

Not including my own tweets about workflow!
That will be my 1st action when made czar RT @wareFLO @Resultant @nxtstop1 @HIMSS Give docs back control of their workflow #HITsm #NHITweek
— Joe Lavelle (@Resultant) September 19, 2014

. @StansonHealth provides clinical decision support delivering the right info with minimal disruption to workflow! @HIMSS #NHITWeek #HITsm
— Stanson [...]

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Join Our Blab Wednesday at 2PM EST! Mid National Health IT Week Blab!

[Update: Jared Johnson (@jaredpiano), of Ultera, will be co-moderating. This will be some relief to some since I tend to gravitate toward workflow like a paranoid gravitates toward aliens. Also, many thanks to Christina Fisher (@cfisherAppian), of @Appian for getting this blab listed as an official NHIT Week event (which I could not, since I [...]

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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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