Post Written By Pritpal S Tamber It’s becoming fashionable to say that health care is really ‘sick care’ but who is really trying to work out what caring for health means? One group in the Nijmegen Area of the Netherlands is...

Post Written By Kat Quinn, MBA As a test automation engineer, I understand the difficulty that goes into finding the right tool for the job.  Considerations such as features of the application under test, complexity of the test automation tool, and...

Post Written By Prescribe Design Below is the transcript of the complete Interview I did with the Health Data Consortium out of Washington DC.  Their tagline is unleashing the power of open health data. The title of their post: The Nuances of Language, Data, and Innovation.  I...

Post Written By Susan E. Mazer Since Florence Nightingale established nursing as a profession with its own standards of practice in the 1800s, nursing has continued to mature and push for improving the quality of care for patients. This is not about trends or...

    Post by Andy DeLao (@cancergeek)     The other day I was catching up on the morning news, articles, and discussion when I happened to come across a post from Tom Peters. (@Tom_Peters) As Tom often does so eloquently, he pointed out the reality that...

  Renegade     Over this weekend I (AJ) was listening to a mix of some of my favorite tunes from the college days, and the song "Renegades of Funk" popped on. This is one of those songs that always gets me really pumped up to face the day's challenges and keep working on positive disruption.
  CareTree.me     Carl Hirschman is a natural entrepreneur who loves to learn about all aspects of businesses of every type. Carl challenges the status quo to assist organizations in realizing hidden potential, and finds opportunities close to home with CareTree. CareTree is a collaboration platform designed to replace the paper records in the home health and senior care industries with an online platform that centralizes information and automates communication with care stakeholders. We sat down at the Hx360 side of HIMSS 2015 to chat with Carl on the drive to innovation in health care. Enjoy the podcast after the break!  

    Post by Ron Amodeo Of the many ways your organization might try to become competent at innovation, dissecting an internal innovation project (whether it failed or succeeded) is a relatively risk free and cost-effective approach to building innovation know-how. By studying how...