New Dr. Nick: The Incrementalist: With guest Michael Robinson, Vice President Healthcare North America for VMWare. Michael has an interesting international background that provides additional perspectives and insights on how we bring innovation to healthcare and democratize access.Read More
Articles by Industry Expert
By Art Gross – What lies ahead for the healthcare industry in 2020? Like patient health, we can’t predict the future accurately, but we know that preventative care can go a long way when we know the risk factors.
By Irv H. Lichtenwald – It’s all about the patient. Well, unless that patient has been to particular hospitals for treatment and is having trouble paying the ensuing bills. Then it’s about the hospital and collections agents and wage garnishments and such.
By Julie Appleby – Chances are, if you work for a large company, you received an email like one sent to Volkswagen employees Monday: Coronavirus concerns mean some limits on business travel, everyone should remember to “wash your hands frequently” and stay home if sick.
By John D’Amore – Back in the first century AD, the Roman orator Quintilian aptly characterized communication of health information as it should be in the 21st century: “One should not aim at being possible to understand but at being impossible to misunderstand.”
The thought leaders in our community are good about sharing their thoughts on the issues of today. Here are the top read and shared guest posts of February that we think deserve sharing again.
By William Hersh MD – One of the most widely cited papers I have written in the last decade has been one on competencies in clinical informatics for medical education. For the most part, these 13 competencies have stood the test of time…
By Bob McNellis MPH, PA – If a fresh idea shows promise, it’s often worth repeating. When it comes to AHRQ’s EvidenceNOW, we’ve concluded the success is worth expanding.
By Markian Hawryluk – With the nation’s capital mired in gridlock and the Affordable Care Act facing a dire legal challenge, the prospects of lowering health care costs for Americans this year seem unlikely. Just don’t tell that to Coloradans.