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  • Tweets of the Week (4.26.13)

    Bumping up patient experience scores, emergency management after the Boston Marathon bombings, reducing ER overuse, knowing how much ICD-10 training you're going to need, and more! Get daily tweets by following us @ExecInsight. iHT2 Hospitals can bump up their patient experience scores with these simple tactics from University of Utah Health ...
    Posted to Boardroom Buzz (Weblog) on April 25, 2013
  • Tweets of the Week (4.11.13)

    New tweet list! The history of EHRs (more interesting than you think!), training yourself to be a great leader, one hospital's 5-pronged approach to patient satisfaction and more, of course. Get daily tweets by following us @ExecInsight. CHIME ONC health IT, HIE, interoperability workgroup suggestions revealed ...
    Posted to Boardroom Buzz (Weblog) on April 11, 2013
  • Tweets of the Week (2.22.13)

    Imagining health IT in 10 years, implementing a health and wellness program, and the technologies that keep the C-suite up at night. Get daily tweets by following us @ExecInsight. KentBottles The flaws of electronic records … Perficient Health IT Top 10 Tech ...
    Posted to Boardroom Buzz (Weblog) on February 22, 2013
  • Tweets of the Week (12.14.12)

    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 [brilliant read]  Precyse Key questions to ask external ...
    Posted to Boardroom Buzz (Weblog) on December 14, 2012
  • Tweets of the Week (9.14.12)

    Video explanation of HIEs. Patient-centered medical homes show promise. Plus a cool infographic that maps out the next 30 years of healthcare IT. See what else made news this week, and catch more tweets by following us @ExecInsight. Stephen Wilkins Patient engagement is a physician-patient communication challenge…not an HIT challenge ...
    Posted to Boardroom Buzz (Weblog) on September 14, 2012
  • Tweets of the Week (7.20.12)

    Want to know more about ACOs, changing revenue cycles and reporting data breaches? Everything you need is here, and just 140 characters or less. Don’t miss the tweet about Hawaii’s big HIE expansion! Be sure to catch it all by following us @ExecInsight!       Harry Greenspun, MD ‏Data breach, the trickiest part: Deciding when ...
    Posted to Boardroom Buzz (Weblog) on July 20, 2012
  • Tweets of the Week (7.13.12)

    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!   HFNewsTweet ‏5 potential ICD10 related financial issues ...
    Posted to Boardroom Buzz (Weblog) on July 13, 2012
  • Tweets of the Week (7.6.12)

    Want to know how you can use duct tape in the healthcare environment? Not sure how to interact with patients via social media? Looking for ACO news after the Supreme Court decision? Just take a peek at this week’s top tweets, and be sure to follow us @ExecInsight!      Conifer Health ‏Interesting read: The case for doctors ...
    Posted to Boardroom Buzz (Weblog) on July 6, 2012
  • Tweets of the Week (5.4.12)

    Small hospitals and ACOs. Healthcare spending consuming state budgets. And how can CEOs manage bloggers' perceptions? Check out this week's Twitter list, and be sure to follow Executive Insight by going to @ExecInsight! Vala Afshar Enterprise mobility is one of CIOs top initiatives in 2012 [infographic] ...
    Posted to Boardroom Buzz (Weblog) on May 4, 2012
  • Survey: Providers Looking to Purchase Computer-Assisted Coding Technology

    Editor's note: This blog was written by Sharlene George, co-editor of ADVANCE for Health Information Professionals. A survey conducted by KLAS, a research firm specializing in monitoring the performance of healthcare vendors, reports that many providers are looking seriously at purchasing inpatient computer-assisted coding (CAC) solutions ...
    Posted to Boardroom Buzz (Weblog) on April 24, 2012
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