Posts Tagged with efficiency

by adgrooms on October 1, 2019

I edited my Google Chrome bookmarks today, the important sites that are saved at the top of your browser screen. I had my work email, trello board, and my work depository. But it also included some weather sites, news sites, and fitness tracking sites. There lay the problem. It was time for a distraction destruction.

For a person that has a good amount of ADD, those other sites were the ...

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by adgrooms on August 14, 2019

Last week, research showed us that there are some online resources that are working to address physician well-being. We want to contribute, but how?

Every time we have a conversation about well-being/burnout (thank you Kyle and Melissa), we realize what a complex topic it is. It reminds us of the people in the dark room with the elephant, each touching a different part. When we talk about ...

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by adgrooms on May 24, 2019

A trip to the hospital can be a stressful and overwhelming experience. While the patient is already unwell and concerned, they are also receiving information and guidance about their current and future care from physicians and therapists. Upon discharge, the patient or caretakers must take this information and continue self-treatment at home. But how is the patient to keep track and apply all ...

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by adgrooms on May 23, 2019

The partnership of medicine and technology has generated solutions for problems across the healthcare landscape. As more problems are solved, the number of software systems and apps that use the same data, but have different or overlapping purposes, continues to increase. At a point, it becomes difficult and time-consuming to manage redundant information across different systems. That is the ...

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by adgrooms on May 3, 2019

In my last post, I talked about a bill I received from a lab in error. The mistake was resolved, but not without some effort on my part. According to an article in Huffpo one researcher found that 30-40 percent of bills have mistakes and another researcher found the occurrence to ...

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