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Warning! For American clinicians only
OK, I hope the headline caught your attention. If you are a clinician, keep reading. If you are not a doctor, nurse or other healthcare provider it's OK to read this too. In fact, you probably should. A regular theme on HealthBlog has been the growing use of contemporary, lower-priced, very powerful...
29 Jan 2008
The commodity storm; unleashing an EMR tornado for small physician offices and clinics
My latest travels took me to Louisville, Kentucky, where I provided a keynote for a breakfast event organized by Health Enterprises Network . It was a gathering of more than 275 healthcare, business, and community leaders from around the central Kentucky region. I don't know why, but I seem to have...
19 Oct 2007
Extending and coordinating care with Unified Communication: The next wave is here
Ten years ago I co-founded a company with the aim to provide web-based medical information, secure messaging and virtual visits between patients and their personal physicians. Working in partnership with Microsoft we developed technology that was well ahead of its time, and also well ahead of the market...
31 Jul 2007
A hospital electronic patient record built with Microsoft Office System
In previous HealthBlog entries, I've told you about the growing trend of hospitals using commodity software to run the enterprise including electronic medical record systems based on Microsoft standard products. Most of these examples come from outside the United States where perhaps there's more emphasis...
9 May 2007
New Audiocast: Collaborative solutions for better patient care and a healthier bottom line
Back in January, I wrote a piece entitled Big Healthcare Savings from Surprisingly Simple Solutions . I profiled some excellent work at Childrens Memorial Hospital of Chicago where they are using solutions built with Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Office, and InfoPath to absolutely delight clinical...
29 Mar 2007
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