Are we dying from a thousand clicks? No, and an article that suggests that we are is neither helpful nor informative, says Yischa Bracha, who examines the patient safety aspect in the first of a two-part series.
Achieving success with value-based reimbursement means aligning incentives, choosing the right metrics, and changing the culture, says Bradley Hunter of KLAS. The big question, of course, is how to make that happen.
“There’s security and safety in doing things that are known,” says CIO Aaron Miri, who believes the hallmark of a great leader is being willing to step out of the comfort zone and take risks.
Does the First Amendment belong in a conversation about what type of materials belong on social media platforms? Not if we’re talking about a public health issue, says Kate Gamble, who breaks down the latest Facebook controversy.
Although it’s easy to point the finger at IT when technology doesn’t work (or doesn’t work the way we expect it to), if we don’t take the time to provide feedback, we deserve just as much blame, says Sue Schade.