What we've been reading

by John Moore lll | July 10, 2015

#WWBR Week of July 6, 2015

Patient-centered activity monitoring in the self-management of chronic health conditions Emil Chiauzzi, Carlos Rodarte and Pronabesh DasMahapatra in BMC Medicine "An “above average” academic paper about personal patient data. This raises many questions and offers key insights for industry as to how to unlock the value of data, leverage it

by John Moore lll | July 03, 2015

#WWBR Week of June 29, 2015

How to Take Charge of Your Medical Records (Note: this complements Naveen's post earlier in the week on this subject) Melinda Beck in The Wall Street Journal "This piece, on the issues surrounding patient access to their own records, might as well have been written five years ago. Few of

by John Moore lll | June 26, 2015

#WWBR Week of June 22nd, 2015

Innovation Starts with the Heart, Not the Head Gary Hamel for Harvard Business Review "A very thoughtful and moving piece about what innovation truly is and its potential impact on an organization. Spoiler Alert: author takes a somewhat contrarian view - innovation has little to do with technology and more

by John Moore lll | June 05, 2015

#WWBR Week of June 1st, 2015

Breaking the Death Grip of Legacy Technologies Willy C. Shih for Harvard Business Review "Every industry sector must deal with legacy systems and healthcare is no different. Good article on why legacy systems and processes can seemingly have a death grip on organizations - as the saying goes, culture eats

by John Moore lll | April 03, 2015

#WWBR Week of March 30, 2015

The Healing Power of Your Own Medical Records Steve Lohr for The New York Times "The more of these stories that come out, the more that society will understand how inequitable and broken the healthcare system is for patients. Data access is an important piece of this article, but beyond

by John Moore lll | March 27, 2015

#WWBR Week of March 23, 2015

The CMS and ONC NPRMs Micky Tripathy and John Halamka for Life as a Healthcare CIO "One of the more balanced views of the proposed MU3 regs from those that know the inside of regulation sausage making; and the outside, what providers actually deal with day to day." - John

by John Moore lll | March 20, 2015

#WWBR Week of March 16, 2015

Questioning the Value of Health Apps Joshua A. Krisch in The New York Times "Have we made progress in mHealth over the last few years? Of course the instinctive response is to say "yes" - but as this NYT piece points out, it is still a veritable wild west out

by John Moore lll | March 13, 2015

#WWBR Week of March 9, 2015

Non-interoperable directives: End-of-life wishes and EHRs don't yet mesh Joseph Conn in Modern Healthcare "No surprise that EMRs are doing a poor of handling end-of-life directives. Some of the issues stem from the larger interoperability limitations that plague health IT. Other issues are due to the fact that EHRs simply
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