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Tweets of the Week (8.31.12)

Published August 31, 2012 11:02 AM by Adrianne OBrien

Change scares people. Learn how to best lead your employees into it, plus the latest on the ICD-10 delay, HIEs and how to alleviate financial pressure. See what else made news this week, and catch more tweets by following us @ExecInsight.


SmartData Collective Best twitter responses to the ICD-10 delay 


Luis Saldana The Root of Physician Burnout – Richard Gunderman – The Atlantic. Need to give physicians more control


Brian Ahier Stage 2 Meaningful Use – Patient Engagement and HIE


Eric Topol Convergence of supercomputer and smartphone: "a patient accesses Watson via a mobile device to explain symptoms"


mHIMSS How mobile in teaching hospitals is fostering better resident training and patient care 


Harvard Biz Review Management tip: ease your employees into change 


David McMillan Despite stable hospital finances, pressures remain


Precyse ICD-10 delay: too much, too little or just right?


Alex DelVecchio Nevada HIE incorporates image-sharing capabilities:


Cerner Corporation On the blog: ICD-10 through the coder’s lens






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