June Show Highlights on VoiceoftheDoctor

by Dr Nick

June 15

Speaking with Ruthann Lipman, DO from the Department of Otolaryngology, Millcreek Community Hospital and David Eibling, MD, FACS from the Department of Otolaryngology, University of Pittsburgh and VA Pittsburgh who are presenting a paper at Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) this October titled: 

“Re- engineering the Healthcare Team: Meeting the needs of Providers with Information Specialists”

June 22

Joel Selzer (@jbselz), the CEO Ozmosis will be joining me to discuss Social Media in Healthcare. Ozmosis has created a tool set that allows clincinas to engage in a secure environment allowing for easy collaboration and bringing Social media into the healthcare world

We have a list of doctors to follow on twitter and this list of docs and a listing of HIT folks who are influential in #hcsm in celebration of of Social Media Day. Certainly one of the leaders in this space – University of Maryland Medical Center has really shown what can be achieved. Even the US Army has gone created a guide for social media

Army Social Media Handbook 2012

View more documents from U.S. Army

June 29

Will round up the news from the past week including dicussion on these two papers that have created quite a stir

Escaping the EHR Trap from the NEJM (Jun 14), and

Method of EHR Documentation and Quality of Primary Care from JAMIA (May)


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