Tweets of the Week (4.4.13)
New tweet list! Social media and security, quality care for less money (is it possible?), and why bad perfomers are happier. Get daily tweets by following us @ExecInsight.
Huntington Hospital Big data initiative seeks to make a searchable cancer care database of 100s of 1,000s of cancer patients for doctors ow.ly/jtYkq
Kip Piper Small, rural hospitals lag on quality of care, slow to improve but also serve tougher cases. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/news/fullstory_135523.html ...
Perficient Health IT CMS updates 2014 meaningful use hospital clinical quality measures http://bit.ly/Z1SGko
Sustainable healthcare is at a critical juncture. There are ways to deliver quality care, for less money. @AmerNurse2day http://bit.ly/Z8FPD5
Jon Mertz Social Media in Healthcare: Getting Past the Security and Privacy Hurdles http://t.co/KWpdknavTj via @HIMSS
SusanCarr Using hospital readmissions as a not-very-accurate proxy. Needs improvement. @nytimes nyti.ms/120dT0P
Fast Company Why Your Company's Worst Performers Are Happy As Clams http://t.co/WH0z3Je7uR
HIT Consultant Media The mobile health application market is headed for explosive growth. bit.ly/15ZoABa
Harry Greenspun, MD Are healthcare devices useful or just a novelty? http://onforb.es/10tnKJQ via @forbes
Sarah Kliff How insurers flipped a Medicare pay cut into a pay raise http://wapo.st/10uKnip