More Lists to Learn From

llistsWho doesn’t like a good list? Whether you are on it, know someone on it, or aspire to be on it, you always want to read the list. Here are some interesting lists I think deserve sharing.

Digital Health Landscape 2015: Top 100 Influencers & Brands
Digital Health is the convergence of the digital and genetics revolutions within medicine and health. The goal of digital health is to ultimately improve the quality of our healthcare and our daily lives. By adopting new technologies such as wireless sensors and trackers, healthcare can become more efficient, cheaper and more accessible. This lists within the list from onalytica, covers everything. And don’t miss the Top 100 Individuals. You are sure to recognize some of these names and Twitter handles like Brian Ahier, Gregg Masters, Brian Dolan, and Dr. Wen Dombrowski.

2015 Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology
The National Diversity Council is a non-profit organization established in 2008 and is committed to fostering a learning environment for organizations to grow in their knowledge of diversity and inclusion. “The 2015 Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology features the highest caliber of executive leaders within this industry,” said Dennis Kennedy, founder and CEO of the National Diversity Council. “We are honored to feature such a powerful group of inspirational women reaching new heights of achievement in business.” The list as you can imagine includes a number of healthcare executives from Kaiser Permanente, Siemens, Amgen, and Medtronic.

150 great places to work in healthcare – 2015
What’s a list of list without something from the king of lists – Becker? This annual great places to work list of theirs includes healthcare providers, medical groups, ambulatory surgery centers, home health providers, hospitals, health systems, healthcare consulting firms, technology providers, professional organizations and more. And look who made the list from the EHR world – athenahealth, Cerner, Epic, and our great friends at Health Catalyst.

10 Things You Should Know About the Permanent Doc Fix
H.R. 2 will permanently replace the Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) and was passed in the House on March 26, 2015. The bill now moves to the Senate. Here is a list from Speaker Boehner’s Office on 10 things you should know about the bill.