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by jantzl on April 9, 2019

There has been much said about how programmers and the software industry have done medicine wrong, particularly with the alert-laden, click-hampered, non-interoperable EHR systems (Don't get me started on EMRs. That will be another rant on another day.).

That sounds funny, but I don't, at all, take it lightly. It makes me mad as hell.

It's not a clear-cut issue but as a software ...

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by adgrooms on April 6, 2019

Have you ever considered throwing your computer out of the window because you feel like it’s wasting your time? It’s probably not the computer’s fault, so you can rule out that action. You probably have poorly designed software.

Why do we use technology? Is it because it makes our life easier and more efficient? Most of the time it does, but there is some variance in quality and attention ...

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by adgrooms on April 3, 2019
Change is a hard sell. We all have at least one area of our life where we are resistant to change. Everyone can become entrenched into ways that we feel are already working - good enough. It can be scary to step out of the comfort zone into an abyss of uncertainty.

Change takes time, and before that can even start, we have to see the benefit and overcome that resistance.  Maybe the ...

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by jantzl on April 2, 2019

There's an undercurrent I hear, saying things that sound to me like: we can do better, we can improve the quality and usefulness. How do we work with what is available and make positive change? For now I just keep thinking there's got to be a better way and try to learn more about what's going on and why.

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