Posts Tagged with healthcare waste

by adgrooms on November 5, 2019

A doctor recently posted on Twitter about attending a healthcare technology conference and seeing an engineer from an EHR company stand up in a forum and ask the room "What can we do better? We are listening." This short post brings up a mental image of a doctor determined and focused to get through rounds, stopping briefly between rooms to frantically type up notes on the last patient while ...

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by adgrooms on October 29, 2019

We have written about interoperability in medicine in previous posts. Our technical experience includes interoperability projects, but we have not worked on interoperability in Healthcare yet. We wanted to get a better understanding of the current state of interoperability in Healthcare and how it relates to the larger fields of communications and standards. We want to understand the unique ...

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by jantzl on October 25, 2019

Inspired by two recent announcements:

We created a work-in-progress infographic to consolidate and visualize ...

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by adgrooms on October 24, 2019

It is no secret that the United States healthcare system is the most expensive in the world. We spend approximately $10,000 per person annually. While about 27.5 million people don't have healthcare in the U.S., waste has reached astronomical levels. The aging population is going to put an increasing strain on the ...

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