Tweets of the Week (6.8.12)
What’s new? How about nurses having trouble finding jobs, ICD-10 quality indicators and how the military is downloading their medical records? Check out our new Twitter list, and be sure to follow Executive Insight by going to @ExecInsight!
Farzad Mostashari New and cool? @FierceHealthIT: It helps to predict future health by looking to the past http://htl.li/bpm2O
Joyce Lofstrom The healthcare sector is booming. So why are nurses having trouble finding jobs? http://ow.ly/bn1aJ
iHealthBeat.org @jhalamka on the Patient Safety Organization Common Format http://bit.ly/K8hD5J
Alan Eggleston How Do You Tweet? Stats from a Pew Internet report and thinking about how to reach your audience http://fb.me/vzb7VIBN
HFNewsTweet Federal government seeks help developing ICD-10 quality indicators. Healthcare Finance News Blog http://ow.ly/bldqf
Bill Sabram 900,000 members of the military have downloaded their own medical records with http://www.va.gov/bluebutton/. Awesome.
McKesson Health IT Top cardiology programs in the U.S. http://ow.ly/bpvIT
Mark Ragan 7 key reminders for delivering bad economic news http://bit.ly/KXM3u8
IBM Healthcare What is big data? And why does it matter? Blog recaps interview with @DCorrigan http://ibm.co/Lxuals
Gregg Masters Deets on Tucson Medical Center ACO http://bit.ly/LEoQg7
ReachScale 6 lessons from millennials on how they define innovation http://ow.ly/a1qMS