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6 Google+ Positives for Healthcare
Gienna Shaw, Senior Editor

Google+, Google?s latest foray into social networking, does in fact have promise for healthcare organizations. Business networking opportunities, a user-friendly setup, and specific settings are just a few of Google+ advantages. [Read More]
 
July 12, 2011  
 
Editor's Picks
Disney Cancer Center Applies Technology to Improve Patient Experience
Radio frequency identification is a practical tool often used to keep track of supplies and equipment, for example. But a new use for this time-tested technology is emerging to improve the patient experience. [Read More]

How to Recover Health Data After Disaster
When disaster strikes, virtually every healthcare organization is at risk of losing some kind of data. But steps can be taken to find and recover what's been lost and resources are available from the American Health Information Management Association. [Read More]

How Hospitals Address Patient Experience via Mobile Apps
Hospital leaders advise on how to create mobile applications that enhance the patient experience and expand the reach of service lines. [Read More]

UCLAHS Settles Potential HIPAA Violations for $865,500
The Department of Health and Human Services has entered into its third largest settlement for potential HIPAA privacy and security rule violations, reaching a resolution agreement of $865,500 with the University of California at Los Angeles Health System. [Read More]

Webcast: Cultivating Physician-Hospital Alignment in the ACO Era
Date: July 20, 2011
About: Integration will be the key to success in the accountable care era, whether your organization develops an official ACO or not. Organizations must develop strong relationships with employed and affiliated physicians. Join us to get alignment strategies to thrive in an increasingly integrated industry.
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Intelligence Report: Better Care and the Bottom Line
54% of leaders say that ACOs will be successful in coordinating care and driving down overall costs, according to this HealthLeaders Media Intelligence Report. Get the free report with exclusive research and analysis. [Read More]
 
 
 
Tech Headlines
Telemedicine improves stroke care at hospitals
The Tennessean, July 12, 2011

Physician advocates key for achieving MU
Healthcare IT News, July 12, 2011

How to redesign the EMR user experience
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HHS Releases Proposed Rules for HIX
HealthLeaders Media, July 12, 2011

SD hospital makes do with 'antiquated' equipment
Rapid City Journal, July 8, 2011

Mayo Clinic launches social network
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July 20: Webcast: Cultivating Physician-Hospital Alignment in the ACO Era

July 27: Webcast: Creating an ACO Marketing Language

August 16: Rounds: The Real Value of ACOs

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HealthLeaders Media IT - July 12, 2011 | 6 Google+ Positives for Healthcare
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2007 Top Leadership Teams
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6 Google+ Positives for Healthcare
Gienna Shaw, Senior Editor

Google+, Google?s latest foray into social networking, does in fact have promise for healthcare organizations. Business networking opportunities, a user-friendly setup, and specific settings are just a few of Google+ advantages. [Read More]
 
July 12, 2011  
 
Editor's Picks
Disney Cancer Center Applies Technology to Improve Patient Experience
Radio frequency identification is a practical tool often used to keep track of supplies and equipment, for example. But a new use for this time-tested technology is emerging to improve the patient experience. [Read More]

How to Recover Health Data After Disaster
When disaster strikes, virtually every healthcare organization is at risk of losing some kind of data. But steps can be taken to find and recover what's been lost and resources are available from the American Health Information Management Association. [Read More]

How Hospitals Address Patient Experience via Mobile Apps
Hospital leaders advise on how to create mobile applications that enhance the patient experience and expand the reach of service lines. [Read More]

UCLAHS Settles Potential HIPAA Violations for $865,500
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