Health Innovation

Dave’s Dispatch: Healthcare’s Dystopia: A Patient’s Lament

By David W. Johnson – As a lifelong soccer fanatic, I’ve enjoyed “Ted Lasso” more than any TV show in recent memory. Lasso is a wily American football coach, with no soccer experience, brought to England to manage a Premier League team. Among the show’s many colorful characters is Dani Rojas. For Dani, “Football is life.”

What Medical Practices Need to Know About Map Listings Today

By Scott Zeitzer – Location is often a key factor for patients when choosing a doctor. It’s no wonder that map listings are one of the top ways that patients search for doctors. Patients may be willing to travel for certain procedures and skills, but when it comes to care providers that they will see on a regular basis, patients are more likely to choose doctors in close proximity to where they live whenever possible.

A Checklist to Guide Your EHR Training Program

By Jodie Hilliker – Everyone knows the power of the EHR and how it has changed healthcare. Even so, nearly half of end users would like everyday use of the EHR to be easier and more efficient. That’s where training comes in.

FDA’s Budget: Data Modernization and Enhanced Technologies

By Janet Woodcock MD – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s mission to protect and promote the public health impacts the life of every American, every day. Our work encompasses an ever-widening array of foods, additives, cosmetics, medicines, and medical devices as the FDA regulates approximately 20 cents of every dollar spent annually by American consumers.

Primary Care Predeterminism

By David Burda – Healthcare’s “it girl” right now is primary care. Everyone wants to provide it. Everyone wants to provide it in new models. Everyone wants to provide it as part of their omnichannel care delivery platforms. We can’t get enough of primary care.