Will Software Eat Healthcare? (#hcbiz 5)

OK my #hcbiz friends, I have suggested reading for you and I strongly urge you to take me up on it. Software Eats Healthcare, For Dummies by Alex Danco has my brain going in high-gear tonight. It’s one of the more intriguing pieces I’ve ever read on healthcare innovation and what might be coming. I’ll


Overcoming Healthcare’s Fear (#hcbiz 4)

A doctor-friend of mine describes healthcare as an industry run by fear. Fear of an audit. Fear of a lawsuit. Fear of an adverse event. This manifests itself in an over-abundance of caution that leads us as an industry to move very slowly. In a fantastic post on the topic called Fighting healthcare’s resistance to change, Drex


Interoperability. What should we do now? (#hcbiz 3 – #HIMSS16 Edition)

This week’s chat will focus on interop. Check out Micky Tripathi and John Halamka’s post: Enabling Nationwide Interoperability — they identify 5 key transactions that we should focus on at the national level. They admit that there are other interop functions that could have value in the market, but advise that those “are best left to individual


Are Patients Customers? (#hcbiz 2)

Check out this exchange from last week’s chat: When #healthcare became a business, we lost our moral compass. We lost touch with the #patient. #hcbiz #HIMSS16 — Bill Bunting (@WTBunting) February 17, 2016 @WTBunting How can #healthcare act-business like and make money, but still keep the patient at the center? #hcbiz — Don Lee


And Now Introducing the Business of Healthcare Blab

The Business of Healthcare Tweet Chat got off to a great start last week. With over 1 Million impressions in just 30 minutes, it’s clear that we’re discussing an important topic. Now we’re adding a regular Blab to compliment the weekly Tweet Chat. By opening up the conversation on multiple mediums, we hope to engage


Introducing the Business of Healthcare Tweet Chat

The national conversation around Healthcare Transformation and Health IT is inspiring. The thinkers, innovators, caregivers and “doers” bring a high-level of passion and energy to moving healthcare forward. Much of the conversation is focused on the innovative technologies themselves and the front-line delivery of care. This is interesting and exciting and it raises awareness for