Posts

by adgrooms on September 6, 2019

We have spent some time in the past two weeks thinking about the contributors to burnout. To try to answer the question: What stressors are providers confronted with on a daily basis that could be reduced or eliminated? We have created a graphic to illustrate these contributors and give thought as to how they relate to and affect each other. Our goal is to give a clearer picture of all of the ...

Read More
by adgrooms on September 3, 2019

Online ratings and feedback have become a driving force in business. Our eyes go straight to the star ratings when we make an online purchase. A majority of consumers read reviews and choose where to spend their money based on other consumers' experience. For healthcare, [70% of people say reviews are crucial to selecting a ...

Read More
by adgrooms on August 27, 2019

We live in a culture that values disruptive innovation - from smartphones to electric cars. At this moment, someone is working on the next revolutionary idea that will theoretically change everyone's lives for the better. While radical changes may work well in the industrial setting, healthcare has a responsibility to patients that requires a more nuanced approach. With the need for process ...

Read More
by adgrooms on August 22, 2019

In our journey to create a wellness resource, as we are meeting people and learning, each conversation and article generates new questions. We find that some have been answered and we think of more to ask...

Thinking of the processes that are burdensome to physicians and EHRs, in particular - What workflow optimizations are effective? What has been tried and found successful - that other ...

Read More
by adgrooms on August 16, 2019

What does care look like tomorrow?

I was thinking about how we have pressed healthcare providers so far into a hole of regulation and data entry burden. What will it look like when we finally get EHR inputs under control. What will it be like when a medical team member can walk into a room prepared with all relevant patient history and information, talk to a patient for as long as they ...

Read More