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Help us, IBM-Dell-Apple. You’re our only hope.

I’ve been on the road a lot over the last six months, getting the chance to interact with (and, I hope, influence), audiences in health tech and health policy. There’s so much desire for change, search for innovation, and just straight up “desperately seeking [something]” out there, it’s almost hilarious that no real change/shift/what-have-you has yet [&hellip

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The State of Health Information Exchange: Benefits and Challenges

This is a guest post by TechnologyAdvice.com writer Jesse Jacobsen. TechnologyAdvice.com is based in Nashville, TN, and their stated mission is to provide valuable insight to business technology buyers, while creating connections with the products and vendors that best meet those buyers’ needs. Their site is a goldmine of industry-specific intel on current software and [&hellip

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Smokin’ deal. Brand/Social media audit. Get 2013 started right, CHEAP!

It’s almost 2013. Want to set your brand storytelling on fire for the New Year? Looking to get your branding on social media in sync and hotter than Christmas in July? Longing to create some emotional heat in the hearts of your customers? Here’s how you can get 2013 off to a smokin’ hot brand-storytelling [&hellip

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Did Warren Buffett really say THAT?

Well, it turns out he did. What did he say? Hang on. I’ll get there in a sec. First, I’ve been silent here for a while (holy crap, I haven’t posted since Jan. 31!) – my only excuse is that I’ve started blogging for clients, and ran out of words. Not really, but that’s my [&hellip

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It’s the education, stupid …

The headline on this post is inspired by both the 1992 Clinton campaign meme, and by my personal belief – shared by many – that education in the U.S. is in trouble, and will sink us if we don’t act decisively and quickly to change a broken system. The infographic tells the story. You can [&hellip

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