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Scalpel vs. Machete

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Thursday, 31 March 2011 16:00

How do you Attack your Healthcare Technology Needs?

When it comes to Healthcare Information Technology there can often be more possibilities than there are real solutions. I have worked with a variety of hospital and physician groups and the complaint is always the same; they are all left with feeling as though they are trying to fit a square peg into a round hole.

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The Now Generation

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Thursday, 31 March 2011 15:20

Fast internet, stay connected in a jet
WiFi, podcast, blasting out a SMS
Text me and I text you back
Check me on the iChat
I’m all about that http, you’re a PC, I’m a Mac
MySpace in your space
Facebook is that new place
Dip divin’ socializin’, I’ll be out in cyberspace…

~ Now Generation, The Black Eyed Peas

As more cool tech gadgets and websites rule it is harder to stay on task. All of these ways of checking in and checking up can eat away at your day very quickly. So let’s use these gadgets to increase our business and make everyone more efficient. We are all looking for ways to improve our business and using certain pieces of all this “Now” technology can help us to do just that.

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Bad Data, Bad Decisions

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Thursday, 31 March 2011 14:15

Part 2

In last month’s article I outlined how bad data can lead to bad decision making and what the typical sources of poor data are. This time I will deal with various methods of prevention and correction.

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Google Tools

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Wednesday, 23 February 2011 17:47

Companies have spent millions over the past several years to keep up with the demands of increased employee collaboration through various means, such as, cloud computing, company intranets, and shared calendars to create a platform for running a successful business. These are all great tools, unfortunately, they were not easily attainable for some companies until now.

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Bad Data, Bad Decisions

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Wednesday, 23 February 2011 15:12

Part 1

There are few adages in the world of computing that are older or more valuable than “Garbage in, garbage out”. The term was coined by an IBM technical instructor circa 1956 and the saying is as relevant today as it was then. The term was used to illustrate that a computer will, without question, process the most nonsensical data and proudly produce nonsensical output.

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