EMR and HIPAA Summary of 2010

I found a really cool WordPress plugin which does a summary of the activity on a blog like EMR and HIPAA. 301 posts in 2010 isn’t too bad. The thing I like most about the stats is 1. the consistency and 2. the incredible number of comments people have contributed to the site. In the list of top commenters, I see some familiar names. I also love the list of posts with the most comments. Some really amazing discussions in those posts.

Thank you to each of you that participates in EMR and HIPAA. Have a Happy New Year!

In 2010 I wrote 301 posts.

The number of posts in each month:

January: 31 (10.3%)
February: 29 (9.63%)
March: 42 (13.95%)
April: 26 (8.64%)
May: 22 (7.31%)
June: 28 (9.3%)
July: 31 (10.3%)
August: 31 (10.3%)
September: 32 (10.63%)
October: 33 (10.96%)
November: 29 (9.63%)
December: 44 (14.62%)

The number of posts in each day of week:

Sunday: 23 (7.64%)
Monday: 69 (22.92%)
Tuesday: 66 (21.93%)
Wednesday: 73 (24.25%)
Thursday: 72 (23.92%)
Friday: 61 (20.27%)
Saturday: 14 (4.65%)

At what hours I publish new posts:

0: 7 (2.33%)
1: 2 (0.66%)
2: 1 (0.33%)
3: 1 (0.33%)
4: 2 (0.66%)
5: 3 (1%)
6: 3 (1%)
7: 19 (6.31%)
8: 98 (32.56%)
9: 79 (26.25%)
10: 34 (11.3%)
11: 24 (7.97%)
12: 14 (4.65%)
13: 6 (1.99%)
14: 12 (3.99%)
15: 7 (2.33%)
16: 11 (3.65%)
17: 1 (0.33%)
18: 1 (0.33%)
19: 7 (2.33%)
20: 6 (1.99%)
21: 11 (3.65%)
22: 18 (5.98%)
23: 11 (3.65%)

In 2010 the posts were commented 2009 times, from which 556 comments (27.68 percent) were written by registered users/authors.

TOP 10 commenters in 2010:

  • Don B: 82 comments
  • Michelle W: 60 comments
  • Anthony Subbiah: 46 comments
  • Brian: 41 comments
  • Bobby Gladd: 38 comments
  • David Swink: 28 comments
  • Nick Orlowski: 24 comments
  • D. Kellus Pruitt DDS: 20 comments
  • DonB: 18 comments
  • CEOmike: 16 comments

TOP 10 most commented posts in 2010:

The number of comments in each month:

January: 175 (8.71%)
February: 165 (8.21%)
March: 153 (7.62%)
April: 127 (6.32%)
May: 228 (11.35%)
June: 178 (8.86%)
July: 129 (6.42%)
August: 208 (10.35%)
September: 125 (6.22%)
October: 169 (8.41%)
November: 157 (7.81%)
December: 195 (9.71%)

On what days people comment:

Sunday: 101 (5.03%)
Monday: 412 (20.51%)
Tuesday: 385 (19.16%)
Wednesday: 322 (16.03%)
Thursday: 320 (15.93%)
Friday: 321 (15.98%)
Saturday: 148 (7.37%)

At what hours people comment:

0: 30 (1.49%)
1: 10 (0.5%)
2: 5 (0.25%)
3: 9 (0.45%)
4: 18 (0.9%)
5: 44 (2.19%)
6: 65 (3.24%)
7: 120 (5.97%)
8: 214 (10.65%)
9: 239 (11.9%)
10: 167 (8.31%)
11: 137 (6.82%)
12: 124 (6.17%)
13: 113 (5.62%)
14: 104 (5.18%)
15: 95 (4.73%)
16: 80 (3.98%)
17: 54 (2.69%)
18: 54 (2.69%)
19: 53 (2.64%)
20: 55 (2.74%)
21: 77 (3.83%)
22: 79 (3.93%)
23: 63 (3.14%)

About the author

John Lynn

John Lynn

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com, a network of leading Healthcare IT resources. The flagship blog, Healthcare IT Today, contains over 13,000 articles with over half of the articles written by John. These EMR and Healthcare IT related articles have been viewed over 20 million times.

John manages Healthcare IT Central, the leading career Health IT job board. He also organizes the first of its kind conference and community focused on healthcare marketing, Healthcare and IT Marketing Conference, and a healthcare IT conference, EXPO.health, focused on practical healthcare IT innovation. John is an advisor to multiple healthcare IT companies. John is highly involved in social media, and in addition to his blogs can be found on Twitter: @techguy.

5 Comments

  • I did a similar review post at the Occam PM blog, though I didn’t have a cool WordPress plugin. I like how it caluclated both total number of posts and percentages. I found an application you might be interested in: Voyeur, a “textual analysis tool” that allows you to see how often you used certain words and how that changed over the course of a blog (you can just drop your RSS feed in or copy & paste the data). It showed me some nifty trends in what I blogged about.

    And wow: I commented that many times? I do enjoy the conversations you foster here John: there’s always a lot to learn from the people who stop by. Best wishes for the new year.

  • Michelle,
    Interesting analysis. I guess I say the too much;-)

    I’m glad you enjoy and participate in the conversations.

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