Lyle Berkowitz, MD, associate chief medical officer of innovation for Northwestern Memorial Hospital, and Chris McCarthy, MBA, an innovation specialist with Kaiser Permanente’s Innovation Consultancy, have just released a compilation of stories about various organizations’ HIT projects. The two coeditors of Innovation with Information Technologies in Healthcare talk about what they learned after gathering these examples from across the U.S.
Tagged: Chris McCarthy, Innovation with Information Technologies in Healthcare, Lyle Berkowitz Jan 15, 2013
By Ceci ConnollyWho Is the Better Radiologist?
By Saurabh JhaThe Nineties Called. They want their wellness policy back.
By Al Lewis & Vik KhannaGovernment (Or, How My Cousin the President Nearly Killed My Company)
By Jonathan Bush
By Wendell PotterOpen Notes: Is Sharing Mental Health Notes with Patients a Good Idea?
By Michael KahnACA 101: An Employer's Search for Objective Advice
By Michael TurpinMcNutt-Hadler Credo for Value-Laden Medical Decision Making
By Nortin Hadler & Robert McNuttA Holistic View of Evidence-Based Medicine
By David Katz
AL LEWIS and VIK KHANNA.The must-read that changed an industry.
An Entrepreneur's Guide to Fixing Healthcare
THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FIX FOR HEALTHCARE
The Free O'Reilly report.