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After the EMR. The technologies that will truly transform healthcare and clinical workflow.
Last week, Healthcare IT News editor Mike Miliard wrote a piece that might have escaped your attention. He offered up 18 health technologies poised for big growth based on data from HIMSS Analytics. While none of the technologies listed are quite as sexy as robotics, machine learning, and artificial...
31 Aug 2015
Patient and Power no longer an oxymoron. Just follow the money.
For as long as I've been involved the healthcare industry, both as a physician and healthcare executive, I've always viewed the patient as the most disenfranchised, powerless cog in the wheel. This didn't come from any sort of disdain for patients. In fact, every time I or a family member had to engage...
12 Aug 2015
Obama’s new web site helps citizens find health insurance
Microsoft Health Tech Today launches season two on October 5th I invite you to join us on October 5th for the launch of the second season of Microsoft Health Tech Today . My special quest is Todd Park , CTO for the US Department of Health and Human Services. Mr. Park takes us on a tour of...
28 Sep 2010
Make sure your health organization has enough power when you “Flip the Switch”!
My favorite health futurist and commentator, Ian Morrison, offers another provocative essay in this week’s online edition of Hospitals and Health Networks . In “ Flip the Switch ” he explores two prominent themes in the healthcare industry, both being advanced by US health reform legislation. ...
6 Jul 2010
It’s what you do next…..with your EMR
Yesterday, I had the honor of delivering a luncheon keynote address at the LifeScience Alley annual conference and exhibition in Minneapolis. Despite the major snowstorm that swept the Midwest this week, more than 1200 people showed up for this annual gathering of movers and shakes in the life...
10 Dec 2009
Learn more about “Clinical Groupware”
On my HealthBlog post of June 24th I posed the question, “Is it time for Clinical Groupware?” Well, apparently the answer is YES! Since June, a number of my colleagues have come together to form what is now known as the Clinical Groupware Collaborative. The Collaborative’s mission is...
14 Sep 2009
Providing Healthcare in America—Where, How and by Whom?
For HealthBlog readers who were unable to attend HIMSS in Chicago, I thought I’d provide a recap of the presentation I gave in the Microsoft Theater. The title of my presentation was aligned to our mission statement, “improving health around the world through software innovation”. The new administration...
16 Apr 2009
The “Green Patient Lab” provides a glimpse of future healing environments
Today I’m in Phoenix, Arizona, to keynote at what is for me a different kind of industry conference. Each year, I provide dozens of keynotes at industry conferences for healthcare providers and information technologists all over the world. But this one is special; special because this conference...
9 Mar 2009
Remedies for the Meltdown: What savvy healthcare organizations need to do now
In the January 6th edition of Hospitals and Health Networks Weekly on-line journal, my colleague Ian Morrison offers an insightful editorial on the impact of the world financial meltdown on health and healthcare. He rightfully points out that the health industry isn’t immune from financial downturns;...
6 Jan 2009
More evidence the healthcare world is flat
I'm writing this on my flight back to Seattle from the Consumer Health World Conference in Washington, D.C. The conference is actually just getting underway. My stay was abbreviated due to the fact that I have a mid-week speaking engagement in California followed by a return trip to D.C. at week's end...
4 Dec 2007
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