11:28 am January 23, 2017
Access to healthcare is underpinned in large part on a health consumer’s access to information about available health care services, their location, price, and if the patient is very fortunate to glean, quality.
11:15 am January 23, 2017
I’ve written many posts on leadership. As we witness the peaceful transfer of power in the Office of the President, it seems fitting to reflect again on leadership and what we should expect of leaders.
10:10 am January 23, 2017
Think about the little girls you know. Did they get even more dolls for holiday gifts? Or did they get toys and games that teach creative thinking and how to build things? Or did they maybe even get toys officiallylabeled in the STEM category?
08:24 am January 17, 2017
David Higginson explains how tapping into big data enabled it to reduce dosing mistakes among pediatric patients.
09:49 am January 12, 2017
Atop the list: Emerging EHR functionality, cybersecurity, analytics and, of course, the next big thing.
06:43 pm January 09, 2017
Most medical things exhibited at CES 2017 are connected devices with apps that collect, analyze, and feedback data and information to users (patients, consumers, caregivers) and health/care providers (physicians, nurses, care coaches, and others who support people in self-care).
07:01 am January 05, 2017
This week, seven women from across the globe learned that they are the inaugural recipients of HIMSS’s Most Influential Women in Health IT Award, sponsored by Verizon and EY. Our distinguished judges, themselves notable influential women, selected our awardees from more than 140 nominations.
12:41 pm December 29, 2016
Holiday gift lists, baking lists, family fun lists while kids are out of school and “honey do” lists while off from work…..we have personal to do lists everywhere.
12:34 pm December 22, 2016
'PwC is placing a strategic bet that healthcare in America will continue to move to value-based payment and outcomes will continue to evolve in the U.S. under a President Trump. It's a sound bet.'
12:06 pm December 22, 2016
Nurses, pharmacists, doctors rank highest on the honest and ethics in U.S. professions for 2016.