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The Next Chapter--Microsoft and digital technologies in health and healthcare delivery
\ When I joined Microsoft in September of 2002 I never dreamed I'd be writing this blog post in January of 2016. Of course in 2002 HealthBlog didn't exist. HealthBlog wasn't born until October of 2005. Since then, I've posted more than 800 articles about digital tech in health and healthcare. I...
5 Jan 2016
Reinventing and moving beyond the EHR. The proof is all around us.
HealthITNews reports that at least one popular EHR vendor (eClinicalWorks) is launching the flagship version of its cloud service solution by saying, "Don't call it an EHR". Perhaps we shouldn't be surprised by that as the latest EHR satisfaction survey from the AMA and Medscape shows that while EHR...
19 Oct 2015
EHR satisfaction survey; reading between the lines and thinking about what's next
It was with a bit of my own satisfaction that I read today's HealthcareITNews report on their new user survey of EHR satisfaction . The survey of 396 individual users of 9 major EHR vendors examines metrics of user satisfaction including visual appearance, ease of use, interoperability with medical devices...
14 Sep 2015
Bridging the Gaps in Healthcare IT
I'm sitting in Narita Airport waiting for my flight back to Seattle and reflecting on my experiences at the STS Forum in Kyoto and the meetings I had with customers in Tokyo. Besides the opportunity to hear from Japan's new prime minister, I was thrilled to attend a luncheon presentation given by...
11 Oct 2007
If Disney Did Healthcare: Part 2
Last April I posted a piece on this Blog entitled " If Disney Did Healthcare ". I commented that there was a lot the healthcare industry could learn from Disney about customer service, customer experience, and customer satisfaction. It was one of those posts that generated a number of comments. The following...
19 Sep 2007
American Healthcare and Falling Bridges: Too much in common
I've mentioned before on this Blog that I'm a fan of Most-Wired Online and its guest editorials. Every so often, a Most-Wired edition comes across my desk that especially draws me in. This week's editorials by Senator Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island on Building a National Health IT Infrastructure...
8 Aug 2007
If Wal-Mart Did Healthcare......
Last month, after delivering a keynote address in Orlando and spending a little time visiting Disney attractions, I wrote a piece that pondered what it might be like if Disney did healthcare . Last week I was in Washington, D.C., for the World Health Care Congress . The closing keynote was provided by...
2 May 2007
The Story on MedStory
One of the big announcements during HIMSS last February was Microsoft’s acquisition of a company specializing in medical search. That company is called MedStory . Recently, I caught up with MedStory founder and CEO, Dr. Alain Rappaport , M.D., Ph.D., for a conversation about his company and why he decided...
5 Apr 2007
New Audio-cast: Windows Vista, Office 2007 and SharePoint Server- Bringing it all together in healthcare
Whether you are a technical, business, clinical leader or anybody else in your healthcare organization you are confronted with challenges unique to healthcare. Now, new technologies such as Microsoft Windows Vista and the 2007 Microsoft Office system, and complementary solutions such as Microsoft Office...
1 Mar 2007
Healthcare IT Innovation in the Most Surprising Places: When size doesn't matter
I'm back from Kansas City where we hosted a very enjoyable Healthcare Executive Forum event with some of our customers. Every time I get out in the field I'm amazed by some of the great work our customers are doing to improve work flow processes, patient safety, care quality, and the satisfaction of...
1 Feb 2007
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