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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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by jantzl on September 10, 2020

In last week’s post, I defined humane software and asked for feedback. As a reminder, the definition was: an ongoing endeavor that looks beyond the simple goals of the system at any other results and seeks to expand benefits and reduce harms.

One reader wrote in with some profound thoughts on what humane software is. He said that humane software is empathetic and takes into account the ...

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by jantzl on September 3, 2020

In this blog/mailing list, I have been writing about "humane software," particularly as it relates to medicine. Still, I have never stopped to acknowledge it directly or define what it means. So today, I will address that, head-on, by defining humane software. To increase the level of difficulty, or really to avoid a pet peeve, I'm going to try to avoid defining in terms of what it is not. ...

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