What’s On The List?

Who 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. From the latest health mobile app technology to the top healthIT stories from last month, here are some interesting lists I think deserve sharing. Check out all our favorite lists here.

6 Ways Using Mobile Tablets For Patient Check-In Deliver ROI To Healthcare Enterprises
HealthIT Outcomes (@HITOutcomes) outlines the six ways that mobile tablet systems streamlines tasks and registers patients more efficiently, including eliminating paper forms and the ability to measure the time it takes for the check-in process with data.

7 ‘high-value’ elements ACOs should look for in new provider partnerships
Fierce Healthcare (@FierceHealth) highlights a new study showing a plan ACOs can use to evaluate if a potential partner will help boost efforts to drive value. Patient-centeredness, high-functioning health information technology systems and financial preparedness for value-based care are three of the 7 ‘high-value’ elements.

Apple reveals 39 hospitals to launch Apple Health Records
Healthcare IT News (@HealthITNews) reports Stanford Medicine (@StanfordMed) and Scripps (@ScrippsHealth) are just two hospitals to join Penn Medicine, Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles, Johns Hopkins, and Geisinger Health System in launching Apple Health Records.

Top 10 Places for a Nurse to Live (2018 Edition)
Scrubs (@ScrubsMagazine) has compiled a list of the best cities for nurses to live in based on job opening and salaries. Rounding out the top spots are San Fransisco, Dallas, Houston, and Boston. Coming in at  #10 is Philadelphia, home to HealthcareNOW Radio’s Nurse Lauren.

2019 Rankings for Best Medical and Nursing Schools
US News & World Report Education (@USNewsEducation) published their top Graduate School rankings for 2019 including best medical and nursing schools. Congrats to University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill School of Medicine (@UNC_SOM), University of California San Francisco (@UCSFMedicine), and University of Washington (@UWMedicine) who ranked #1, #2, and #3 respectively for Best Medical Schools – Primary Care. Top Graduate Nursing Schools for Masters’ degrees went to Johns Hopkins (@JHUNursing), Duke (@Duke_NrsngSchl), and Emory (@EmoryNursing.)

4 Technologies That Will Take Telehealth Further Than Ever Before
Clinician Today (@ClinicianToday) addresses how changes in the healthcare industry, legislation, and economics are all playing a role in growth of telemedicine. Click here to read about how another smartphone revolution, sensors, wireless data, and the sun are going to take telemedicine further than ever before.

7 keys to an effective and anti-phishing program
According to Health Data Management (@HDMmagazine) providers must improve defenses to beat phishing attacks. Upgrading to the latest secure email version and adopting filtering technology are two of the 7 key ways to defeat phishing.