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Modern-Day Warrior—Pink Sword, Please!

Aug 16, 2016

One of the perks of working with healthcare’s superstars is working with individuals who make a difference. I was fortunate enough to cross paths with such a superstar, JoAnn Pushkin.


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Hospital EMR Buying Decisions—Heating Up or Cooling Down?

Aug 9, 2016

In June of this year, KLAS released our annual Hospital EMR Market Share Report—and every piece of research points to “heating up.” Meaningful use has largely died down in energy, and buzzwords like population health, interoperability, and a slew of others are now dominating the healthcare IT world. What impact do these new market trends and dynamics have on the replacements and purchasing of core hospital EMRs?


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The Skills Needed to Win the Population Health Game

Aug 4, 2016

The world of population health management (PHM) is ever changing and evolving. It makes me think of the game of basketball. As every child learns to play the game of basketball, shooting stands out as a very important part of the game. Shooting leads to scoring, and scoring is what is displayed on the scoreboard.


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Interoperability: Will the Taste of the Steak Match the Excitement of the Sizzle?

Jun 29, 2016

Several years ago, I was in a meeting to discuss the promotion of a new medical service offered by the organization I was working for. One of our public relations leaders wondered if we might be offering “more sizzle than steak.” It wasn’t that we didn’t have a service worth promoting, but he suggested that it might not be fully developed to the point that its quality and benefit matched the level of promotion we were suggesting.


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