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DOWNLOAD Complete Guide and Toolkit to Successful EHR Adoption (HIMSS Book Series)

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Complete Guide and Toolkit to Successful EHR Adoption (HIMSS Book Series) http://semuainginbookgratis.club/?book=0982107099
Ron McIntyre:

I know we have not heard much on this topic in the last year but I sense it will continue in the background.

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8 Ways Cutthroat Work Cultures Suck The Life Out Of You

From www.huffingtonpost.com

Is yours a cutthroat organization? If so, it'll cost you in more ways than one. #empathywins https://t.co/1TukZVKaFF https://t.co/gjYkYkDlT7
Ron McIntyre:

Only 8 ways.  I can think so quite a few more.

Dawn Hoenie's curator insight, March 31, 2017 9:28 AM
A culture that sucks the life out of you?  Just say No!  

Disrupting a Traditional Industry by Breaking its Rules

From knowledge.insead.edu

An INSEAD alumnus takes on the global beverage business.
Ron McIntyre:

Interesting in today's environment.

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Researchers Just Unveiled a New Li-Fi System That's 100 Times Faster Than Wi-Fi

From futurism.com

Li-Fi is fast, secure, and could be the future of communication.
Ron McIntyre:

For other nerds out there.

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Personal Core Values

From www.decision-making-solutions.com

Use your personal core values to help focus your personal decision making.
Ron McIntyre:

Your thoughts?

Magaly Siméon's curator insight, March 20, 2017 3:14 AM

Post very interesting, revealing some aspects that I did not know about personal values. For those who speak Portuguese or Spanish, more about people management can be read in http://www.quanticaconsultoria.com

Pamela Usukumah's curator insight, March 22, 2017 1:02 PM
Our core values say a lot about what kind of person we are.
Phyllis L Trower's curator insight, March 23, 2017 11:12 AM
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Skills for the Future: Break Patterns and Surprise Yourself, says Harvard’s Michael Puett

From leadershipwatch-aadboot.com

What are the key skills for the future? In our special multi-part series, experts share valuable and surprising insights we can use to build tomorrow’s world. In this part Harvard professor Michael Puett explains the skill of breaking patterns and its impact on your life, your leadership, and on the people you interact with.
The best thing about listening to someone who challenges your day-to-day assumptions is that you learn something about yourself. Michael Puett, Harvard’s tall and boyish-looking expert on ancient China, certainly made me think when he explained how we are ruled by patterns, and how we can live better lives if we learn to break those patterns. I felt sorry when his talk at The School of Life (London, February 2017) came to an end after 2 hours. I would like to meet him again.
Here are the best insights Michael Puett shared with us in London (I leave his high-pitched voice and frequent smiles to your imagination):
Ron McIntyre:

What do you think?

David Hain's curator insight, March 21, 2017 6:18 AM

What are the patterns in your life. maybe they are the key to your growth...?

Tom Wojick's curator insight, March 21, 2017 10:04 AM

One of the competencies of the 6 Seconds model of emotional intelligence is Recognizing Patterns. It was one of the most powerful and revealing one for me. Patterns operate under our radar, but learning to be aware of our emotions that cue our patterns is critical to changing and breaking a pattern that is not working for you.

A Balanced Scorecard for Leaders

From soul2work.com

The prevailing logic is that leaders are responsible for results. Therefore we should evaluate leaders as follows:

Good results = good leader
Average results = average leader
Bad results = bad leader
Simple and straightforward.

But not very accurate.

Good leaders will sometimes fail.

Bad leaders do sometimes succeed.

So why does this belief persist?
Ron McIntyre:

Balanced scorecards can be good if they are flexible enough to handle business today.  Most are not.

David Hain's curator insight, March 21, 2017 6:16 AM

"One-dimensional focus produces one-dimensional leaders" ~ Scott Mabry, aka @soul2work

A 3-Step Plan for Turning Weaknesses into Strengths

From hbr.org

Most of us never make a real effort to change, but we can if we try.
Ron McIntyre:

Not convinced this is a good tactic for today's roles.

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Report Analyzes Bad and Good Online Security Habits

From www.securitymagazine.com

Who’s falling victim to online identity theft, why is this still happening, and how can you protect yourself? According to a report by CBT Nuggets, people who self-identified as “tech savvy” were 18 percent more likely to be victims of online identity theft than those who weren’t. Additionally, respondents with Ph.D’s were more frequently victims than high school graduates. And, despite lingering rumors that Macs are safer than PCs, Apple users were 22 percent more likely than Windows users to be victims of this breach. . . .
Ron McIntyre:

Some interesting data regarding security online.

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E-Patient Update: Naughty, Naughty Telehealth Users

From www.emrandhipaa.com

Wow. I mean, wow. I can’t believe the article I just read, in otherwise-savvy Wired magazine yet, arguing that patients who access telemedicine services are
Ron McIntyre:

What are your thoughts on telemedicine? I can be an issue if there is no integration with a primary care physician.

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Marketing Rules To Follow To Get New Chiropractic Patients

From dailyviews.org

Have you tried social bookmarking? Social bookmark submitting is a technique of sharing and saving content on the world. This content can be kept personal – just your own own. Or it can be sh…
Ron McIntyre:

Food for thought

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The Leadership Mindset: Disciplined Collaboration, Followership and Purpose

From www.innovationmanagement.se

What makes a successful leader? Is there a secret formula for outstanding leadership above and beyond natural charisma? This is one of the golden questions that
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Cultural change crucial in digital transformation

From www.finextra.com

Jim Whitehurst, CEO, Red Hat, discusses the role of digital transformation and organisational shifts in financial enterprises, and what innovativ
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Why HR Must Evolve to Address the “Future of Work”

From atchub.net

Gone are standard 40-hour work weeks made up of 5 consecutive 8-hour days. It's time for HR to evolve and address the future of work says John Boudreau.
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Hospital execs earning bigger bonuses as value-based care takes hold

From www.modernhealthcare.com

Modern Healthcare's 36th annual Executive Compensation Survey finds that as executives' compensation continues to soar, more is coming from performance-based payment models that aren't just linked to individual efforts and outcomes, but also the...
Ron McIntyre:

Interesting data.  What are your thoughts?

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Hospitals near full EHR adoption

From www.modernhealthcare.com

Most hospitals have electronic health record systems, but that doesn't mean every hospital can exchange patient medical records with every other healthcare provider, two data reports from the federal government conclude.
Ron McIntyre:

Good news?  Not particularly.

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Challenges for Practices Replacing Their EHR in 2016

From www.ajmc.com

A recent Jackson Healthcare report on physician trends found that 85% of providers have adopted electronic health records (EHR) systems. However, provider satisfaction with their EHR systems has been declining.
Ron McIntyre:

Some interesting thoughts.  What do you think?

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Population health strategies hinge on data interoperability

From searchhealthit.techtarget.com

Population health strategies demand medical data interoperability. Data sharing with community entities will benefit hospitals.
Ron McIntyre:

What do you think?

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CMS makes plans for the end of meaningful use

From searchhealthit.techtarget.com

Andy Slavitt, the acting administrator of CMS, confirmed the end of meaningful use is approaching by saying the EHR incentive program will be replaced.
Ron McIntyre:

Watch for the end of this to come and prepare for the replacement!  The work is just beginning.

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CMS Extends Clinical Quality Measure RFI Comment Period

From ehrintelligence.com

CMS has extended the deadline for its clinical quality measures RFI, giving stakeholders more time to comment on CQM gathering for different CMS programs.

Ron McIntyre:

Worth participating if you are concerned about this area.

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Rethinking healthcare with the help of technology

From www.weforum.org

Davos 2016: We all recognize that digital technologies are firmly embedded in our lives – the Internet of Things is becoming a reality, growing from 15 billion smart devices in 2015 to at least 50 billion by 2020 says Frans van Houten, CEO of...

Ron McIntyre:

interesting insights.


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HIPAA Changes to Help Patient Access to Health Information

From ehrintelligence.com

The GetMyHealthData Campaign lauds HIPAA's changed rules that increase patient access to health information and increase background checks for firearms.

Ron McIntyre:

What are your thoughts as practitioners?

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Transitional Chaos or Enduring Harm? The EHR and the Disruption of Medicine — NEJM

From www.nejm.org

Perspective from The New England Journal of Medicine — Transitional Chaos or Enduring Harm? The EHR and the Disruption of Medicine

Ron McIntyre:

Interesting discussion that has to be surfaced.

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OIG 2016 work plan heightens, refines EHR scrutiny - FierceEMR

From www.fierceemr.com

The Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Inspector General continues to focus on electronic health records and health IT, adding two EHR-related issues to its new 2016 work plan.
Ron McIntyre:

Interesting direction for CMS in 2016.  What do you think?

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