Women In Health IT

Healthcare economist Jane Sarasohn-Kahn

By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 10:06 am October 10, 2017
Most physician practices and hospitals in the U.S. have installed electronic health records. In a classic Field of Dreams scenario, we have made patients’ medical records digital, but people aren’t asking for them or accessing them en masse.
My #IHeartHIT story
By Kristin Hagen 02:56 pm October 04, 2017
Allowing patients to become partners with practitioners in their care is where an effective wellness plan and prevention starts.
My #IHeartHIT story
By Tamara StClaire 10:39 am October 03, 2017
A care coordinator driving toward a healthy conclusion is vital for patients.
By Sue Schade 10:43 am September 25, 2017
Leveraging tools to create an efficient workflow means keeping up with the latest software.

Healthcare economist Jane Sarasohn-Kahn celebrates 10 years of healthcare blogging with a look at critical markers.

By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 10:13 am September 25, 2017
A look back to the key themes the Health Populi blog has covered since 2007.
By Sue Schade 09:17 am September 25, 2017
In a medical crisis, clinicians need to know people’s medications, allergies, and medical histories to safely care for patients in shelters and to manage transfers between care settings.
Women's access to healthcare improved with Obamacare

Healthcare economist Jane Sarasohn-Kahn

By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 05:07 pm September 08, 2017
The number of uninsured women in the U.S. fell by nearly a half, from 19 million in 2010 to 11 million in 2016.
The Walking Gallery of Healthcare

Artist, patient advocate and founder ot The Walking Gallery of Healthcare Regina Holliday has painted the backs of more than 470 jackets to date.

By Regina Holliday 03:29 pm September 08, 2017
Founder of The Walking Gallery of Healthcare honors friend and a leader who lent her voice to patients who needed to be heard.
women in IT
By Sue Schade 02:44 pm September 08, 2017
When I speak to groups about women in IT, I tell them not to put up with being bullied, intimidated and other nonsense.

Healthcare economist Jane Sarasohn-Kahn

By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 09:07 am August 22, 2017
Most affected are poor people with no insurance.

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