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It is April and here in the Deep South every day is a
guessing game. My daffodils are just shedding their colorful blooms
and I can see tender buds tentatively peeking out from the trees in the
The last couple of weeks have brought
thunderstorms, snow, nippy keep-the-heat-on days closely followed by
shorts and ...
We all know the saying ''birds of a feather flock together.'' This does not only refer to the fact that those with common interests and values tend to be friends and hang around each other.
Research has shown that adopting synchronous body language (essentially mirroring someone else) tends to make the individuals feel closer without ...
ran the Disney marathon -- It was magical. Also, long. After the race, I
proceeded to consume my weight in fried food and chocolate for about a week until
I finally evened out and started eating like a normal person again. Of course,
I’ve written about endurance athletics before
(I used small pieces of Clif Bar instead of energy ...
New graduates especially are familiar with the frustration of looking at an ad for a dream job only to see the dreaded ''experience required.'' In frustration, they argue, ''How can I get experience if no one will give me a job, a chance to gain some experience?''
But such frustration is not confined to new graduates. A colleague who ...
New Twitter roundup! Virtual learning, CIOs and marketing, avoiding the ACO sinkhole…and, oh, yeah — got flu? Get daily tweets by following us @ExecInsight.
Kent Bottles U.S. health spending shows signs it will accelerate on.wsj.com/THcw5p via @WSJ
Perficient Health IT CMS Delays HIPAA 'Operating Rules' Enforcement ...
New Twitter list! Engagement vs. user experience, big data and savings, and consumers ''oblivious'' to healthcare costs, and more. Get daily tweets by following us @ExecInsight.
Vala Afshar Harvard Business: don't confuse engagement with user experience http://t.co/ZyBWpcUq [brilliant read]
Precyse Key questions to ask external ...
(Editor's Note: This guest blog was written by Timothy Bednarz, PhD, Author of “Great! What Makes Leaders Great: What They Did, How They Did It and What You Can Learn From It,” a finalist in the 2011 Foreword Reviews‘ Book of the Year. It was excerpted, with permission, from the author’s regular blog on Majorium Business Press.)
RSNA news, setting the stage for Meaningful Use stage 3 and even a BYOD holiday gift guide. Catch daily tweets by following us @ExecInsight.
EHRWatch Survey finds mixed results in HIT transition http://ow.ly/fBRCU
HL7 Standards Help Set the Stage for Meaningful Use Stage 3 http://ow.ly/fC3LI
Jenny Laurello RSNA 2012: Push HIT staff, ...
About a year ago I met a very engaging and outgoing young woman. She is a successful business leader and a Harvard graduate. There is not much exceptional about this, perhaps, except she is from a rural village in Jamaica and is the first in her family of nine siblings to graduate high school.
I was fascinated by her MBA from Harvard but could ...
Millennials, tech and the future. Bad managerial buzzwords. HIPAA and mHealth. See what else made news this week, and catch more tweets by following us @ExecInsight.
Dion Hinchcliffe CIOs Look Ahead: Millennials, Consumer Tech and the Future ...