Why The Death Of The Office Can’t Come Too Soon

Originally posted on Paul Taylor:
“We literally followed people around all day and timed every event [that happened in the office], to the second. That meant telephone calls, working on documents, typing e-mails, or interacting with someone. What we found is that the average amount of time that people spent on any single event before being…

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How Do We Define Effective Impact Of Research Knowledge?

Originally posted on KMbeing:
Impact can be defined as: a powerful or major influence or effect; a force or impression of one thing on another – or an economic, social or cultural change or benefit to the quality of life within society. If we apply this to the potential impact of research – impact can be…

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Apple’s Health App and HealthKit – Platforms for Digital Health?

Originally posted on Business Analytics 3.0:
Game on….I think we just witnessed a big next generation leap in Healthcare Data and Analytics.  Apple jumped into the health information business on June 2, 2014, launching both a new health app and a cloud-based health information platform with IOS 8. The new App, called simply “Health”, will collect a number…

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Our Unreasonable Expectation For Devices And Apps

Originally posted on Enabling Healthy Decisions:
I was reading an article the other day about devices like FitBit and their use within corporate wellness programs. One of the questions it was asking was why use them when people abandon them after a while.  I found this great chart from Endeavour Partners in their whitepaper which…

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Surfing the Patient-Generated Health Data Tsunami

Originally posted on HIMSS Blog:
By Mark Johnson Mark H. Johnson, RN-BC, MHA, CPHIMS is an account executive with Iatric Systems.  He has more than 16 years of nursing experience, including 12 years of nursing informatics practice.  Mark’s nursing background includes psychiatric, cardiac and oncology practice.  Mark has a passion for medication reconciliation tools, clinician…

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ABCD: Connectors, Conductors & Circuit Breakers

Originally posted on Nurture Development:
This is the first of 3 blogs in which Cormac will be exploring issues of citizenship, power and democracy and what these mean to asset based community development. Recently an ABCD Community Builder in Gloucestershire commented that in the neighbourhoods where he works there are three kinds of people: 1.…

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