We're over a month into the Cures Act Final Rule and doctors are adjusting to the idea of sharing their notes with patients. Patients are adjusting to reading clinic notes. This case of misunderstanding of the term anorexia shows some of the challenges that arise from the new law. For the uninformed, the Cures Act Final Rule on Interoperability & Information ... Continue Reading about Anorexia in the Clinic Note – Should it be Removed?
As the country moves from Joe Biden as the anti-Trump option to Joe Biden as leader of the free world, I’ve been thinking about how things might change in medicine, media and technology under his administration. I want to drill down on this idea of censorship and content moderation which became a thing during the 2020 election. It’s become normalized on some ... Continue Reading about Joe Biden, Section 230 and the Future of Communication
The ONC Cures Act Final Rule (Cures Rule) is the biggest health care law you’ve never heard of. But it’s a law that's going to fundamentally shift the way we see patients and their information. It will change how physicians talk to patients about information. It will shift the way health professionals connect patients to their information. So what is it and what does ... Continue Reading about Cures Act Final Rule – How It Will Change Medicine
What would happen if everyone listened more than they spoke? Here’s a thought experiment: If Twitter gave you a limit of two tweets a day, what would you share? How would you rethink what you send? You would probably consider how you can make the most impact with limited access to your followers. As Twitter has become more populated we have all become more ... Continue Reading about Two Tweets a Day – How to Create Value Over Volume
You guys know that I like to think about media and communication and how we share information. Columnist Andrew Sullivan this week moved his writing from New York Magazine to Substack, a newsletter-based publishing platform. ￼This follows a number of big league writers who have moved from the mainstream to subscriber-based writing.￼ It has been suggested by tech ... Continue Reading about 5 Reasons Substack Could Eat Medium
This from CNBC on Google and their moment of medical truth: Google next month will ban publishers from using its ad platform to show advertisements next to content that promotes conspiracy theories about Covid-19. It will also ban ads that promote those theories. In cases where a particular site publishes a certain threshold of material that violates these ... Continue Reading about Google and Their Moment of Medical Truth