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by adgrooms on March 5, 2020

When you go tent camping, you typically don't have any reason to lock down your tent with a padlock. The possessions generally are lower in value and easily replaceable. The only threat is that bear getting to your peanut butter and honey sandwich, and he can have it. However, in your home, you have valuable items that you want to prevent other people from taking. This is one of the main ...

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by adgrooms on March 4, 2020

Scheduling is a complicated process, especially in graduate medical education. Residents need to complete their requirements in different disciplines, while institutional staffing needs and patient needs must also be considered. In our experience, scheduling in GME, we have seen an approach called X+Y that can be very beneficial in programs with ambulatory training. This format has been in ...

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by adgrooms on March 3, 2020

Software solutions come in all shapes and sizes. Picking the right one involves time and effort to analyze all of the options. In healthcare, software performs many functions, from clinical to business applications. You want all of the software tools that you use to work well together, ideally sharing data seamlessly. In this post, we discuss a couple of software purchasing strategies aimed ...

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by adgrooms on February 26, 2020

How do you plan and implement a software project in Healthcare? You want to get a project fully implemented in the fastest way possible without cutting corners and overrunning the cost, which is difficult to achieve. Our experience includes many years of consulting on enterprise software projects for a variety of industries. In this time we have seen a technique that is very useful but not ...

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by adgrooms on February 21, 2020

We were thinking about the differences between EHR interfaces - and they are vast. Even for a single EHR system, each implementation can be customized and wholly unique. Many clinicians work in different EHR systems and implementations with varying interfaces, not due to changing jobs, but in the course of regular work. Examples include doctors like anesthesiologists and cardiologists who ...

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