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Building a Culture of Sustainability
October 15, 2014 12:00 PM by Lynn
[Editor's note: This blog is posted on behalf of Paul Spiegelman, chief culture officer, Stericycle, Inc., award-winning speaker and best-selling author of "Patients Come Second."] Gallup, a global research and consulting firm, annually conducts a survey Read More...
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Tweets of the Week (11.16.12)
November 16, 2012 4:19 PM by Adrianne OBrien
The five questions great job seekers ask, Medicaid expansion, the fiscal cliff as a catalyst for growth, and more! Catch daily tweets by following us @ExecInsight . Sarah Kliff A look inside the high-stakes game of chicken states and the Obama admin. Read More...
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Tweets of the Week (11.9.12)
November 9, 2012 1:17 PM by Adrianne OBrien
New tweet list! HIEs, EHRs and superstorm Sandy; KP's new CEO; and how CIOs are creating a culture of collaboration. Catch more tweets by following us @ExecInsight . HFMA CMS waives certain requirements after Hurricane Sandy. http://www.hfma.org/templates/blogpost.aspx?id=34896 Read More...
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Tweets of the Week (11.2.12)
November 2, 2012 3:06 PM by Adrianne OBrien
New this week! Sandy and the value of IT infrastructure, 3 simple management practices and why docs are scared to engage patients on social media. Catch more tweets by following us @ExecInsight . HL7 Standards Hurricane Sandy proves the value of health Read More...
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Tweets of the Week (7.13.12)
July 13, 2012 9:13 AM by Rebecca Hepp
This week’s tweets are loaded with information: revenue cycle replacements, ICD-10 tips, and even EHR in the movies. Two great tweets on innovative leadership and the hope for a learning healthcare system! Be sure to catch it all by following us @ExecInsight Read More...
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Startling News or Common Sense?
February 15, 2012 9:57 AM by Lynn
The Annals of Internal Medicine this week published a report that lends weight to the benefits of school closure during a flu pandemic. Not only did this help reduce transmission among school-age children, but it also seemed to slow the spread to others Read More...
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Facing the Barriers to Alignment Across Product, Network, Care & Reimbursement Innovations
January 10, 2012 3:39 PM by Adrianne OBrien
Editor's note: This blog was written by Sam Muppalla, vice president, McKesson Health Solutions, Network Performance Management (NPM). I'd like to follow up on my last blog , which discussed performance-based networks & medical cost savings. Health Read More...
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Disaster Planning Strategy Shared
November 9, 2011 11:20 AM by Lynn
No one likes to talk about disasters. However, the recent hurricanes and tornadoes have taught us that preparation is key. Since then, I’ve asked for strategies on how hospitals plan for potential disasters. Input from across the country continues to Read More...
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Does Your Hospital Experience a ‘Summer Effect?’
June 8, 2011 9:06 AM by Lynn
Summer is upon us, which means vacations to perhaps exotic (or not-so-exotic but still fun) places, trips to water parks with the kids, picnicking outdoors, camping and other recreational activities. From a hospital perspective, do you experience a change Read More...
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What Executive Insight Can Do For You
November 1, 2010 8:28 AM by Tom Kerr
As a hospital executive, your time is short and your challenges are many. Though there are many news sources available to keep you up-to-date on current events affecting your profession, how many provide the resources and in-depth analysis you need to Read More...
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