If you must know: Clinical Informatics Leadership Boot Camp. 30 learners, 5 faculty. Endlessly entertaining takes on EHRs, IT, leadership, potholes, surprising takes, disheartening setbacks, persistence and success. Plus, Fishbowls and Ukulele serenades. What could go wrong?
One of the more thoughtful pieces about ChatGPT’s impact on the tech-acceleration and the paradox of tech improving WITHOUT productivity improving. Maybe this is the inflection point where we’ll finally see improving productivity.
That is, if we don’t allow nefarious purpose to defeat it.
Sometimes, informatics has to take a back seat to personal fitness. Try this out!
What is Goblin Mode and why is it the Oxford English Dictionary’s Word of the Year? Turns out to be oddly satisfying.
Image from the New York Times article below
Congratulations and thank you to the hundreds in the IT, operations, nursing and medical leadership who helped reach this pinnacle.
The Most Wired Hospitals award has morphed over the years. The current standard is a rating by CHIME (College of Health Information Management Executives) of a level of technical and operational achievement for being Digital Health’s Most Wired, with notable success being at levels 7, 8, 9.
In the first year that CHIME hosted this award in 2019, we were one of three organizations achieving level 10. Last year, we were one of 7, and this year – 2022, we are one of 18.
We learn from each other. Lets hope the stage gets increasingly crowded with recipients of Wired Level 10 in future years.
Does your EHR require re-entering password from prescribers to transmit a non-controlled med to pharmacy? For UCHealth the answer was “yes” until this week.
I feel this comic very personally. This describes informatics and healthcare so aptly.
Also, miss Calvin and am very happy to see his old strips being republished daily at this site.