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The Big Data Cure for Healthcare

A recent MeriTalk study highlights the Big Data opportunity in Federal healthcare.

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Become More Productive Without Actually Doing More Work | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

I could not agree more. Rest (and recreation) is not a waste of time. Exercise theory applies here. Rest empowers you to maintain a high level of intensity (and, thus, results) when you return to whatever exercise you enjoy. 201 more words

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"Personal Health Records (PHR) and Health Information Exchange (HIE) in Managing Regional Multi-Site Medical Specialty Practice"

The true, meaningful use of personal health records (PHR), and  health information exchange (HIE) between regional sites or multi-site specialty practice could amplify coordination and efficiency for higher quality and  patient-centered care. 670 more words

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What did Towers Watson Do, and When Did They Do It?

On April 1, my colleague, Al Lewis, wrote a brilliant retraction of all his criticism of the modern wellness industry, joining Harvard Professor Kate Baicker in the recantation Hall of Fame. 676 more words

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Vik Khanna reblogged this on Khanna On Health Blog and commented:

My and Al Lewis's post about Towers Watson is now live. This post was initially password protected because, after drafting, it was sent to Peter Bresler (with the password), so that he could read it before it went live and comment as necessary. He did not respond to the message with the post link and password, just as he ignored my other two messages, as detailed in the post.

7 Habits of Highly Emotionally Intelligent People | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

Thoughtful essay. Made me think about my own traits, as well as those of both good and terrible bosses I’ve worked for. Many more of the latter out there than the former. 64 more words

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What did Towers Watson Do, and When Did They Do It?

On April 1, my colleague, Al Lewis, wrote a brilliant retraction of all his criticism of the modern wellness industry, joining Harvard Professor Kate Baicker in the recantation Hall of Fame. 676 more words

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"What the Patterns Tell Us" Socioeconomic Status and Health

Fifty years ago, President Lyndon Johnson began his quest for a more just and honorable America with the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, passed the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and the Fair Housing Act of 1968.  920 more words

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