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It’s Vegas Baby

February 29, 2016

As the nation monitors the back and forth between the FBI and Apple over unlocking the San Bernadino shooter’s iPhone, health IT professionals face their own major security and privacy challenges.

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Good Jobs or Bad Jobs

October 13, 2015

With great risk, many organizations are choosing a “bad jobs” strategy to address labor costs. Rather than retain experienced staff at higher wages, organizations take steps to encourage the departure of high-paid, experienced nurses to be replaced with less expensive and skilled substitutes.

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Build a Care Team

December 7, 2016

A 21st century approach to care delivery requires an understanding of the skills and knowledge of each care team provider, and development of a patient-centered care model built upon the team approach to a clinical problem rather than a top-down methodology driven solely by the physician.

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Digital Documentation: More or Less

November 15, 2016

The introduction of EMRs over the past decade completely changed the way we write clinical notes. No longer limited by our hand driven writing speed, our notes reflect typing speed, and more importantly the functionality of the EMR used for documenting care.

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