Posts Tagged with ehr

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 ...

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by adgrooms on July 31, 2019

It's hard to remember how we used cell phones before the iPhone came along in 2007. Now Google is about to release its new Pixel 4 with gesture control. Yes, you won't have to touch your phone to use it. Although functionality will be limited at first to a few basic controls (unlock the phone, swipe between songs, silence an alarm), it really gets the imagination going about the ...

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by adgrooms on July 30, 2019

We are adding a new type of post to our blog. Starting today, we will be including some posts that are self-narrative, describing the work that we are doing, in addition to the usual informative posts on a variety of topics related to healthcare. So, here we go... What are we working on?

Well, we have been talking about it a lot - the problem of physician burnout. Regardless of your ...

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by adgrooms on July 23, 2019

In today's Dictionary.com email, the main article, "How “Burnout” Went From A Casual Expression To A Weighted Word" caught our attention. Burnout is a highly discussed topic in healthcare in the U.S. as well as Europe, but the article describes ...

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by adgrooms on July 5, 2019

It's that time of year - the summer road trip. Millions of Americans get in their cars, pack the kids, and drive to faraway vacation destinations. But did they bring enough money? What if they run out and need more? This might have been a valid concern in the '60s, but with the interoperability of the banking system, most of us no longer carry physical currency at all.

What happens if the ...

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