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Thoughts, comments, news, and reflections about healthcare IT from Microsoft's worldwide health senior director Bill Crounse, MD, on how information technology can improve healthcare delivery and services around the world.
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    A “right-sized” EMR? Tablet PC + Microsoft Office OneNote

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    While the media will be focused today on Apple’s Tablet announcement,  I’d like to remind HealthBlog readers that there’s nothing new about Tablet devices.  I have been evangelizing the use of Tablet PCs in health for nearly a decade. ...
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    Meaningful Use or Meaningless Bureaucracy?

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    After two weeks away from the office, I’m back in the saddle in Redmond.  As much as I tried to pull the plug over the Holidays it was pretty hard to avoid the Christmas Eve health (insurance)  reform antics gong on in Congress.  If that...
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    Microsoft Health Tech Today—New program segments for January

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    On January 13th we will launch the third program in our monthly, on-line video series “ Health Tech Today ”.  The show features two entirely new segments and two encore segments from earlier programs (yes, not only did HealthBlog take a break over...
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    Ontario Flies High on Opportunities in eHealth

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    I just returned from an overnight trip to Toronto, Canada.  If you plan on making the trip yourself, let me warn you.  Flying back to the States is a major hassle these days.  I spent more than 2 hours waiting in four different lines of...
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    Health System Innovation and the Low Hanging Moss

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    Yesterday I provided the opening keynote address and participated on an expert panel for the BayCare Health System’s annual Innovation Day retreat.  The retreat was held just outside of Tampa, Florida, at the Safety Harbor Resort . BayCare is a community...
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January, 2010