Webinar: Healthcare, Compliance, Security and Microsoft SharePoint 2010

BLUF: Microsoft SharePoint 2010 is a significant enabler for healthcare organizations in transformation. However, one of the challenges in building patient engagement, practice management, and enterprise content management solutions with healthcare agencies in the public and private sector is the need to balance privacy and security with openness, transparency and collaboration. All too often healthcare … Continue reading

Business Intelligence across the Enterprise: #SPSNYC Presentation on SharePoint and Dynamics GP

Had the honor of being able to present today at SharePoint Saturday New York with a great crowd of architects, developers and admins on the latest in enterprise project management and business intelligence capabilities on the market. Was especially meaningful due to the organizers’ focus on honoring the 10th anniversary of 9/11 with donations to … Continue reading

2010 and Collaboration: Compassion, Commitment, Creativity

2010 was the year of 2.0. Healthcare reform pushed healthcare IT and innovation into high gear. Harsh economic realities in access to healthcare in the United States made efficiency, efficacy and interoperability buzzwords du jour. Even the awkward “meaningful use” was dropped in healthcare IT blogs and events with alarming regularity. Heatlhcare professionals embraced social … Continue reading

TSA and Health 2.0: Get a grip, America. [Update]

Original Title: Wrong. On. So. Many. Levels. Get a grip, America [11-19-2010] From Twitter: @cyberslate: WTF? I just threw up in my mouth. RT @armano @abfdc Cancer survivor forced to remove prosthetic breast in patdown http://bit.ly/ciE2Eh I’m speechless. This is disgusting and revolting. Don’t get me started. Later: Okay. I’m started.  “Get a grip.” So … Continue reading