Posts Categorized: Health IT

Digital Healthcare Delivery Reimagined – with Minimal Risk.

Posted by & filed under #Choice, #mobile, #privacy, e-health, Health IT, healthcare delivery, Patient Engagment.

  One of the things that has really struck me lately with some very large prospects is there reluctance to change. While everybody is content to talk about change, when it comes down to executing on it there’s nothing but ‘crickets’. So as usual I asked myself why five times. Which resulted in the attached […]

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? […]

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 […]

Health IT Must Adapt to its Users

Posted by & filed under digital health, Health IT, healthcare delivery, Telemedicine, Uncategorized.

Change is hard – but we often make it harder than it has to be.  The healthcare industry is in the middle of tremendous change:  regulatory change, biotech advances, technology refresh, and changing customer expectations about convenience and access.  And through all this change, new competitors to traditional care delivery models are springing up every day – […]

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