The Statewide Health Information Network for New York (SHIN-NY) connects various Qualified Entities (QEs) across New York state, allowing participating healthcare providers to securely access and exchange important clinical data to improve patient outcomes.
In the world of product design, designers are faced with the challenge – and the opportunity – of balancing competing priorities and timelines in the quest to improve experiences for our customers. While we must design for the short-term with, say, an immediate quarterly roadmap...Continue
Independent physician practices date back to the days when doctors would use a horse and buggy to make home visits to patients. These physicians took pride in serving the community and often received little compensation in return. As populations grew and cities became larger, physicians...Continue
This year’s flu has been less virulent in some areas, much more so in others. Whether you have had a flu shot or not, influenza can result in serious complications including hospitalizations and even death.1 The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommends annual influenza...Continue
Anyone who has practiced as a healthcare professional in the U.S. has experienced burnout to one degree or another. As a pharmacist, I have experienced it myself, many times. In today’s healthcare environment, every clinician is a potential candidate for burnout. And the implications of...Continue