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Inaugural Health Wonk Review Host Lisa Lines of the Medical Care Blog Reports from APHA

Reporting from the American Public Health Association in San Diego this week, Lisa Lines, PhD MPH, is a health researcher and takes her first turn at the wheel to drive Health Wonk Review this month. Here’s the link to the … Continue reading

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Technology is Catching Up to the Dream

By Peggy Salvatore, MBA About 8 years ago, I started Health System Ed as an educational portal about the value of health information technology. It started with a blog called “Imagine” that described the dream of having all relevant patient … Continue reading

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Halloween HealthWonkReview! From Health Strategy Associates

Straight from Managed Care Matters, here’s this month’s Health Wonk Review. Enjoy. And thanks to Joe Paduda for his dedication to the cause! Happy Halloween! By Joe Paduda Okay, I’m a bit early on the pumpkin-and-costume thing, but time is … Continue reading

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The Waning Days of Summer Health Wonk Review

Over at Health Wonk Review, the hits keep coming. This month, Julie Ferguson posts her compilation of health wonkery at her home blog turf Worker’s Comp Insider. Click to go there for the fun or check it out right here. … Continue reading

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Health Wonk Review July 2018: Summer’s Coming Around Again

Watching the ships roll in, and we watch them roll away again… Seasons come and seasons go. Yes, in healthcare, too. We’ll open this week’s HOT Health Wonk Review looking at an enduring issue as Roy Poses of Health Care … Continue reading

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Available Now! Retaining Expert Knowledge: What to Keep in an Age of Information Overload

I couldn’t wait to get out the word that my new book, the latest in the Working with Experts series, is available for sale today! I’ll be doing some promotions which you will hear about later, but for now here’s … Continue reading

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In an Age of Over-Regulation, Are Compliance and Safety Mutually Exclusive?

This article is cross-posted at www.workingwithsmes.com.   In aviation, safety is always the primary concern. In fact, aviation’s safety record is so stellar that it is considered a model for healthcare. That is quite a testament. However, a retired pilot … Continue reading

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Falsification of Data: Truth or Consequences

by Peggy Salvatore and Terry McGinn This article is cross-posted at www.workingwithsmes.com   Sometimes expert knowledge isn’t really knowledge at all. In fact, if your data sounds too good to be true, it just might be.  Sadly, for reasons of … Continue reading

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Health Wonk Review: Ideas of March Edition

Direct from David E. Williams’ Health Business Blog, the Ideas of March. Enjoy the wonkery, and check out the video podcast CareTalk interview below with David and CareCentrix CEO John Driscoll.  “Beware the Ides of March” –Soothsayer to Julius Caesar “Fear not … Continue reading

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2018 HIMSS Survey of Priorities for Health Information and Technology

Last week was the most important annual convention for health information technology, HIMSS 2018. The Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) provides a forum for thought leaders and a venue for innovative products. The 2018 U.S. HIMSS Leadership and Workforce … Continue reading

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