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by jantzl on October 15, 2020

Last week I was watching CAEP National Grand Rounds and caught a segment by Dr. Doug Chisholm titled "Automating the Boring Stuff: Lessons from Software Development". He gave a really great presentation, as did all of the other presenters, and I highly recommend you check it out.

His talk included some tips to use ...

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by jantzl on October 8, 2020

Some organizations hire scribes. Some organizations pay for AI scribing software. And many, many organizations still do not invest in scribing at all.

This week I spoke with a doctor who lamented, "Why are there no doctors who are proficient in EHR and consult to facilitate EHR use for other doctors?". Sounds like a great idea! I know one. In trying to connect the two, the EHR expert told ...

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by jantzl on October 1, 2020

This week I'm writing about something in politics that may not seem like it will affect healthcare, but it will. There is a bill in progress called the "Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act." The purpose of the bill is to create backdoors into encryption to make it easy for law enforcement to access encrypted data. The bill sounds like it is about crime and law enforcement, but it is much more ...

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by jantzl on September 24, 2020

Earlier today, I had a conversation with a program coordinator friend. She was running a survey to learn about how people perceive program coordinators. I had some thoughts, and she seemed to appreciate hearing them.

We have been working with GME programs (That's Graduate Medical Education for our friends who are not in academic medicine) for the last eight years. We spend a massive ...

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by jantzl on September 17, 2020

We focus on reducing and eliminating the technology and process factors that contribute to physician burnout - or moral injury. It occurred to me today that we can be more generous with our knowledge and potentially help more people by sharing some ideas about processes.

One of our software tools, DocLauncher, speeds up communication/information finding, and reduces stress and ...

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