“Expressing gratitude benefits both the giver and the recipient, in terms of mood and overall health,” according to CT Lin, MD, CMIO at UCHealth. One way to do that is through a gratitude letter, which he recently wrote for a mentor and friend.
Although services like Door Dash are leveraging data to anticipate and correct errors, which can improve outcomes, not all of the algorithms are designed to help frontline workers, says CT Lin, MD, who offers food for thought based on a recent experience.
City scooters, as a whole, are a nuisance to traffic and a danger to riders. But they’re also modular information highways that successfully leverage technology, according to CT Lin, MD, who presents an interesting viewpoint in this blog.
Even for organizations that have been using Epic for years, there’s often still confusion among users as to what it can or cannot do, according to CT Lin, MD, CMIO at UCHealth0, who created a chart to help provide some clarity.
Although there is “a bell curve of technology adoption exhibited among clinicians” at most health systems – with different levels of experience and familiarity that need to be considered – there is a universal approach that can be applied, according to CMIO CT Lin.