Perspective from The New England Journal of Medicine — Transitional Chaos or Enduring Harm? The EHR and the Disruption of Medicine
Interesting discussion that has to be surfaced.
We live in an age of simplistic explanations. We build simple systemic models to guide us. As a result, both our sense making and our decisions are built on an inadequate appreciation of the complex systems we are part of.
Some interesting insights, especially around the idea of simplistic explanations. Just had this conversation yesterday.
As the world gets to grips with the fallout from “Dieselgate” I was amazed to learn that 74% of respondents to a CIPD poll agreed that, “HR should play an active role in building an ethical culture.” Even making allowances...
Some interesting thoughts from my friend Bay Jordan. What do your think?
DETROIT - Volkswagen AG's smog-test scandal escalated Tuesday as the company acknowledged putting stealth software in millions of vehicles worldwide. The crisis has already cost VW more than 24 billion euros ($26 billion) in stock market value.
The impact of this event continues to gain momentum and I feel they have a long way to go for gaining back the trust.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) continues gearing up for the October 1 ICD-10 compliance deadline with Acting Administrator Andy Slavitt scheduled to address the ICD-10 transition during a national provider call later this month.
Looks like ICD-10 may stick to the 10/1/15 schedule. Are you prepared? Note that Medicare will reject claims without ICD-10 coding after September 30, 2015, roughly 45 days from today.