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How about we use this as a check list to begin with?!
Susan Woolner, CPXP @susanwoolner🔁 #hcldr T2: Are you satisfied with your outcomes, and if not, what can be done to change them?
🇻🇪 José Subero @joseFreedomVE🔁And join us in social during to discuss: Is Healthcare a Right or Something Else? Coolest w/ headset like ($199 on Amazon) but non-VR PC/Mac/Android clients work too! (see link in Tweet)
DrugPatentWatch @DrugPatentWatch🔁T4 I do my own pharmacy compounding - many of the patent protected drugs are simply mixers of old cheap generics
Eugene Borukhovich @HealthEugene🔁I don't think we need to be burdened by the negative connotations of the word "hack". The purpose is to do good, while cutting thru complexity.
I like this view of the MEANING of HACK:
✔️‘an appropriate application of ingenuity’
Dale White @PreppedPatients🔁A4: As a patient, I screenshot my lab results in one patient portal and message them to my other doctors through their patient portals. Easy way to get around having multiple portals across disparate systems.
Mariah Obiedzinski @MariahWrites🔁@GeriLynn 💯 Or the only person caring for the patient. #caregiver #burnout #hcldr
Mariah Obiedzinski @MariahWrites🔁A4 Find out who the family caregivers/care partners are before you start giving instructions and making assumptions - or if there are any. Then find out if this is the only person they're caring for.
David Harlow @healthblawg🔁ICYMI> Joint Commission: The Latest on Text Messaging Patient Care Orders twitter.com
Mariah Obiedzinski @MariahWrites🔁T3: Did it help a patient or a physician or nurse? Did it save a life? Then, you use it. And you tell everyone about it.
JAL Consult @judithconsult🔁Everyone who has an interest in hacks, ethics, etc in must read this article - propublica.org
nobism @nobismhealth🔁Do you know? One survey question specifically focuses on the level of noise in hospitals during the night.
Yael Maliniak @YMaliniak🔁The complexities of healthcare as we know it today often demand the right hacks!
Nothing should get in the way of our mission at hand. Patient care.
Amazing blog for tonight.
Nolan Kagetsu (花月) MD FACR @nkagetsu🔁Human systems will inevitably fail, it’s how we prepare for failure that makes the difference- inspiring lecture by John Nance, author of Why Hospitals Should Fly
Ajay Prasad @ajayprasad_🔁Do you know? One #HCAHPS survey question specifically focuses on the level of noise in hospitals during the night. #hcldr #patientexperience
Jandis Price @jandis_price🔁T3: IMHO is not a game of ‘willing’ things to happen. I am a strong believer in, “show me, don’t tell me.”
Subtle tweak in word choice ...
From ➡️ ‘It can, it will, it should’
To ➡️ ‘It does, it did, I’ll show you’
Nick van Terheyden, MD @drnic1🔁@EMoriartyWade Not all compounds are possible ...yet #hcldr
Nick van Terheyden, MD @drnic1🔁I agree we place as much systematic controls to evaluate and establish science and casusatiin but I still believe we twitter.com cannot remove all risk and failure (I wish we could)
Price Healthcare @PriceHealthcare🔁Hacking healthcare? Nurses and residents are often the unsung heroes.
✔In the frontline.
✔Aware of many of the shortcomings, and shortcuts.
✔Amazing partners for exercises.
Price Healthcare @PriceHealthcare🔁T1: Semantics aside for a moment (will suspend my allergic reaction to the word ‘hack’ in this context for a moment)
The simple criteria I would use to qualify a good vs bad ‘hack’ in harkens back to our industry roots. "Abstain from doing harm.”
Howard Green, MD @DermHAG🔁ergo, my ‘dumb it down’ comment. Way too much ‘tech speak’ that often diverts and distracts. Speak in plain english. Don’t parrot industry talking points.
Douglas Goldstein @eFuturist🔁 Cuz you rock Amy! Got to get you to tell your story on radio show!! #hcldr c @fsgoldstein twitter.com
D. Michael Massing @T2DRemission🔁 #hcldr Something to consider when you start talking about hacking healthcare twitter.com
Helen @heltweet🔁//twitter.com/i/web/status/1004193518435221504" target="_blank">twitter.com y important, even if briefly
Enlightening Results @GraceCordovano🔁Do it. Show it can be done. Don't wait. Make it real. Be bold. Find like minds. ALL YES> great call Grace!
Enlightening Results @GraceCordovano🔁T2 That's often true when trying to scale a hack, but that's where I think people have to change their thinking - not EVERYTHING has to be enterprise-scale
Tom Varghese Jr. MD @TomVargheseJr🔁CT: Those who know, often "hack" the system by relying on friends/family who happen to be in healthcare (and know the system).
Alas, the hapless patients, who are perhaps even more vulnerable.
HOW ABOUT we re-design the system to make the former, the norm!
BW @fxrseen🔁T4) The BEST hack for anyone innovating in : partner w/ & during ideation, design, development, launch, & post-launch of your solution. Solid business sense, improves outcomes, workflow, & introduces into your culture & strategy.
RepCheckup @repcheckup🔁 the difference between what social media sites your practice should be active on? There isn’t a one-size-fits-all approachto , but you can learn all you need to know by – you guessed it – checking out my book.
Judy Costello @judycostello🔁Congrats Jarrod! Infusing with insights forged via partnering & strategy leadership at c
GuitarTrollop @RedpilledRuth🔁 T2 The irony of today's is having great coverage for the illnesses you don't have; and poor coverage for the ones you do.
Douglas Goldstein @eFuturist🔁Chatted w at the then Summit, now in 2013. Perhaps one of the 1st new media outlets to publish his powerful personal narrative!
P. F. Anderson @pfanderson🔁Ha! Brilliant question that points to the inherent complexities and stakeholders.
It depends on who is affected, the magnitude, frequency, ... so many dimensions! 😨
Matthew Loxton @mloxton🔁@DrSteveWang Ha!
Douglas Goldstein @eFuturist🔁 Agree. Adding #hcldr #HIT @BigDataCXO @eFuturist @2healthguru twitter.com
Douglas Goldstein @eFuturist🔁This is the key to unlock the distributed capacity to fulfill the vision of a pharmacy getting serious about re-tooling the . Must leverage local relationships and very carefully & forgo a top down 'corporate' play. c
HealthTechReads @HealthTechReads🔁 @HealthTechReads Thanks. I have a work-around for a system that doesn't necessarily work for me. :) #HTreads #hcldr
Heidi Grabenstatter @PatientIntv🔁@HealthTechReads Thanks. I have a work-around for a system that doesn't necessarily work for me. :) #HTreads #hcldr
Thank you for the invite 🙌🏼 met some great people twitter.com along the way.
Matthew Loxton @mloxton🔁Yes! Good point, they are for stabilization and routing, not for primary care, case management, or care coordinat twitter.com ion
Henry David Thoreau @henrydthoreaux🔁Seen from the war, not simply of the reflected heat. #hcldr
Rasu Shrestha MD MBA @RasuShrestha🔁 @RasuShrestha @mackert I want that on a coffee mug- “Rebellious Conformer” #hcldr
Stephen Farber @stephenfar🔁: Apple opens Health Records API to developers
"For the FIRST time, consumers will be able to share medical records from multiple hospitals with their favorite trusted apps"
🔥One view/ One API
Matthew Loxton @mloxton🔁Ha! Brilliant question that points to the inherent complexities and stakeholders.
It depends on who is affected, twitter.com the magnitude, frequency, ... so many dimensions! 😨
Jamie Martin @DavisJamie77🔁@TechNurseJon Yes - and the guilt is real, too... #hcldr
Mariah Obiedzinski @MariahWrites🔁Sad to have missed #hcldr! Had a hot, humid training run with my squad tonight. #imtheslowfriend #ontherunia #justkeepsmiling
reepRN @reepRN🔁Q1: I've been trying to make "work-life integration" happen. Work-life balance has a connotation that you do work things and then stop doing them to do life things. "Work-life integration" is more free flowing.
P. F. Anderson @pfanderson🔁T4 Collect your own clinical notes each and every time you visit your clinicians, laboratory, procedure - even if it paper
P. F. Anderson @pfanderson🔁T1 - I think social media itself is a hack by patients who use it to find signal in noise when they cluster together by disease and share tips.
Kuriyah Kuriyah @KuriyahK🔁 postscript. Am all for value prop of ‘hacks’ or to add value. But techies fixing or enabling to calculate QHP subsidy eligibility or driving accurate provider directory integrity while an improvement =little net gain to
Megan Janas @TextraHealth🔁@virenkaul Truth! It should help all. #goodcall #stillfriends #hugs #hcldr
Megan Janas @TextraHealth🔁Not to be nit picky and critical but may I suggest this to be : “Did it help a patient AND (a physician or nurse)? Did it save a life? Then, you use it. And you tell everyone about it.”
Joe Babaian @JoeBabaian🔁@MMSJennifer No Worries Jennifer! You were with us in spirit. #hcldr
Heather McCullen @H_SalemOaks🔁Q1: I've been trying to make "work-life integration" happen. Work-life balance has a connotation that you do work thi twitter.com ngs and then stop doing them to do life things. "Work-life integration" is more free flowing.
Larry Gioia @LGin412🔁Wait! What? I’ve been buying all of my in bulk from Costco for years! Is Walmart rolling back prices again - th twitter.com ose guys kill me on BOGO MVPs! 😳
Jennifer Michelle @MMSJennifer🔁Just getting to the #HCLDR chat thread now... lookalike I missed an amazing chat!
Dan Dunlop @dandunlop🔁 @dandunlop History of a word? YES PLEASE! #hcldr
Joe Babaian @JoeBabaian🔁@bgrosenberg1 Glad you were here Brian! It IS exciting - can't wait for you next week :) #hcldr
P. F. Anderson @pfanderson🔁T4: Hacks for OB like having a crash c-section box ready with all of my resuscitative equipment on my warmer. Initially this involved restocking the kit and not having it ready to go again. Now have backup kit. Life saving in the end.
Jennifer Michelle @MMSJennifer🔁Art of War. Strategy. Do what works. Don't fail over pride.
P. F. Anderson @pfanderson🔁 Not all hacks create problems, they potentially have improved solutions down the line. #hcldr twitter.com
P. F. Anderson @pfanderson🔁T1 That's the nature of a hack. It could have an N of 1 which is okay if you are the 1 (patient for example). Not all hacks need become universally adopted. If it works and no other harm or work is caused then I say keep on truckin' with it
Gregg Masters MPH @2healthguru🔁 postscript. Am all for value prop of ‘hacks’ or to add value. But techies fixing or enabling to calculate QHP sub twitter.com sidy eligibility or driving accurate provider directory integrity while an improvement =little net gain to
Maia Dorsett @maiadorsett🔁T3: Epipens we’re becoming cost prohibitive so we made these for our local EMS Providers. Syringe labeled with line for Adult & Peds. Ran a trial, it worked, approved for use.
Bingle @TheBingle🔁There is a value chain in as in every industry. Hacks that are far upstream or downstream from the patient can still be valid.
Joe Babaian @JoeBabaian🔁@Colin_Hung @NathanGrunewald FOR SURE! :) #hcldr
P. F. Anderson @pfanderson🔁If you're interested in diffusion theory, might want to check out critical mass theory. (Markus? My dissertation was a long time ago...) It incorporates network effects into diffusion theory.
Viren Kaul, MD @virenkaul🔁People with disabilities and the maker movement (esp and ) are the ULTIMATE in life hackers
Viren Kaul, MD @virenkaul🔁You too Joe! Glad I could join the chat, have been jonesing for a good old stimulation. Will be back next twitter.com week!!
Joe Babaian @JoeBabaian🔁@TheBingle You're welcome Bingle! Thanks for jumping in! #hcldr
Colin Hung @Colin_Hung🔁Thanks for that Nathan. We love the community and we appreciate the feedback. You guys are what keep JB and I going twitter.com
P. F. Anderson @pfanderson🔁People with disabilities and the maker movement (esp and ) are the ULTIMATE in life hackers twitter.com