Posts Categorized: digital health

The Path to Better Health – It’s Paved with Choices

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The Path to Better Health – It’s Paved with Choices What has true coercive power in any economic system? Who can affect real change? True customers. Those people or organizations who can walk away from a deal, who have alternatives, who have information, or who have multiple providers competing for their business on price, quality […]

To Control Costs You Must Control Claims

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In today’s ColoradoBiz digital magazine, Andrew Neary wrote this thoughtful article on self-insured businesses.  He discusses what companies can do to ensure that their goals for lower insurance costs and healthier, more productive employees are actually achieved. My blog title is a quote from his post.  It gets to the heart of what many of us can do, right […]

IT as a Strategic Partner in Clinical Outcomes

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Over the past 18 months, there have been numerous articles by the big consulting firms touting the importance of IT partnering with business units to play a more strategic role in the organization.  With technology becoming integral to everyday business processes and to creating a differentiating user experience, common sense tells us this is true. But what about healthcare? […]

Inclusivity Leads to Innovation

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While this post does not directly speak to digital care issues, it is relevant to the topic of innovation.  I am actively involved with Prime Health community here in Colorado.  As a co-chair of the Inclusivity working group, we are always searching for information and resources to help our members maximize creativity, innovation and productivity through inclusive business practices. […]

The Need for Simplexity within Healthcare IT

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Peter Cranstone writes for CIO Review: “..In the last 30 years or so we’ve seen three major technical revolutions and interestingly enough they all have the same thing in common. First I would choose the PC and Windows GUI, secondly I propose the Internet and the Browser, and finally I would call out the Smartphone and […]

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