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william kelly May 19
Me finding that useful piece of information in an otherwise long series of copied forward patient notes
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Davida Dinerman May 16
Great turnout at . Up now physician burnout. Critical to change the from liability to asset
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LG Foursquare Church May 19
Join us tonight at 6pm for Emotionally Healthy Relationships. Tonight we continue our 3rd week in the course discussing why its important to genogram your family 💫exploring the quality of relationships and behavioral patterns across generations💫
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Dr Patrick Pang 6h
Replying to @docpang
tweets were most dense at the beginning of the opt-out. Every time the Government extended the opt-out deadline, it sparked many more tweets - mostly driven by the public. 2/6
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Nav Sidhu 9h
Electronic health records are coming to our workplace. Entries set out in phone messaging style. have already implemented electronic prescribing, vitals monitoring, anaesthetic records, referrals, labs, imaging. This is final piece of puzzle.
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Dr Patrick Pang 6h
Replying to @docpang
Tweets from accounts were mainly retweeted by themselves and PHNs; NO politicians retweeted them; tweets by other user groups were retweeted much more. 4/6
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Alex Villalobos 🇵🇪 May 16
Limiting clinicians to 1 chart open at a time does not reduce the incidence of wrong-patient order errors (as compared to up to 4 charts open at a time). That being said, most docs prefer placing orders with only 1 chart open at a time 🤔
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Dr Patrick Pang 6h
Replying to @docpang
… and these were the popular hashtags. 3/6
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Researc/hers Code 5h
Electronic Health Records (EHR) of a medical organization captures medical data of ~10M patients over a decade. EHR of this scale represents 200K years of doctor wisdom & 100M years of patient outcome data. How can such data be used to improve healthcare?
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Dr Patrick Pang 6h
Replying to @docpang
Some clinicians, public, and PHNs liked the tweets from ; NONE of the media, politicians and privacy groups liked. 5/6
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Gyanprakash Ketwaroo 11h
Dr Dorn highlighting the need to configure your to maximize
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EHReporter 22h
Supplier Base In EMEA Remains Highly Fragmented; Gains Ground
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Access Integrity 3h
For the past seven years, inpatient electronic health records have been implemented across the country. One survey queried tens of thousands of tech-weary hospital executives and user-level IT staff for feedback on their experience.
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SMARTMD 20h
Do you travel to your patients? Take SMARTMD With You! The SMARTMD app on mobile, tablet & desktop works with your , online & Off. HIPAA Compliant • Dictation • Scan • Forms • Charges • Referrals • Messaging • MIPS
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OUMChiro 24h
Dr. Nick Payne discusses common mistakes when using . Watch:
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Lynn Thompson 27m
Are technologies in overhyped? Real adoption requires mature systems, clean data streams, and ‘buy in’ from all users.
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TMJ-CAO IT PM Jobs 13h
Interested in a job in , CA? This could be a great fit. Click the link in our bio to apply: EHR Application Specialist 1 at Loma Linda University Health
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Dr. Gunter G. Fuchs 13h
8 notes from studies worth reading . . .
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Quatris Healthco 14h
Electronic Health Records Are Becoming a Hot Investment Play — Again
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Geneia 19h
Relying on data alone for an accurate + complete patient story is problematic for reasons including that they do not capture enough information + do not easily share data with everyone who needs it. More [on the blog]:
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