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by jantzl on July 30, 2020

I was listening to this old NPR interview of one of my business heroes Yvon Chouinard The focus of the interview is on how Patagonia wants you to buy less, so they create a high quality lifetime product with replaceable parts. You don’t need to continue to buy from them year after year. Because of the high quality and ...

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by jantzl on May 26, 2020

Long ago, you may not even remember the 1980s, when you bought a computer, you had to buy all of your components from the same brand. If your computer had a really fast processor but that company did a really bad job of making keyboards, you were stuck with it, at least for a little while. And maybe that wasn’t so bad, your computer was as fast as you wanted it to be and if you had to ...

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by jantzl on May 19, 2020

Over the weekend I saw this post by Tom Goodwin on LinkedIn that struck a chord. He wrote about how we all have a choice and a say in defining our future:

If enough people write about something in the future happening then we end up being ...

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by adgrooms on March 12, 2020

The new HHS interoperability rules are announced, and the timelines for implementation are set. If everything goes as planned, data exchange standards will permit information to flow freely between providers, payers, and patients. The data will be accessible by the patient or their provider at any institution. If they get sick while traveling and require emergency treatment, medical teams can ...

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by adgrooms on March 11, 2020

Medical and healthcare institutions are always looking to build their staff with the best people for the job. Understandably, you make the most investment into clinical staff because clinical care comprises your core competency. They make the case for patients to trust your institution. But your clinical staff needs strong support staff also, increasingly in your information technology ...

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