I thought it might be valuable to highlight a few interesting tweets I’ve seen recently. Some of them come from the other Healthcare Scene blogs, but I think you’ll find interesting.
— Exscribe EHR (@ExscribeEHR) December 15, 2014
Have alerts helped your organization? Alert fatigue is a very real thing, but when calibrated effectively, I’ve seen them really benefit an organization.
Top 10 Google Searches in 2014 – What Would Be Healthcare IT’s Top Searches? http://t.co/rXeHCYkwZI
— Hospital EMR and EHR (@HospitalEHR) December 16, 2014
This is a fun list of healthcare topics. Do you see any topics that should be added to the list?
Intel to pilot gesture-based EHR at Intermountain: Intel Corp. and Utah hospital system Intermountain Healthca… http://t.co/Jp0R2RZtgn
— joohnnyf (@joohnnyff) December 17, 2014
We’ve heard about gesture based EHR many times before. Mostly in the surgery room and mostly as demonstration projects. I don’t think this will really go huge and mainstream in healthcare, but could likely get some pickup for very targeted use cases.
Adverse Event Reporting and EHRs: The MEDTECH Act’s Effects http://t.co/ZlsNiRmgrK
— Hospital EMR and EHR (@HospitalEHR) December 18, 2014
Carl does a really great job in this article talking about Adverse Events and the legislation that’s proposed around EHR adverse events. This is a really important topic that doesn’t get nearly enough attention.