hybridchart evolve

Announcing HybridChart EVOLVE

As healthcare changes, it’s vital for providers to change, or rather ‘evolve’, with it. New technologies are constantly introduced into the marketplace, some benefiting users and companies alike – while others create new problems in themselves. HybridChart is a company … Continue Reading


Stuck on Autopilot?

Do you ever drive somewhere completely on autopilot? You get in the car to drive home from work, and the next thing you know, you’re home without thinking about it? This happens to me a lot. Between the rhythms of … Continue Reading


Winning the Masters

Golf enthusiasts got an electrifying finish to one of the greatest tournaments in the world on Sunday. Were you watching the Masters?  Rory couldn’t catch him.  Jordan did everything humanly possible shooting a stunning 9 under—nearly breaking a course record … Continue Reading

Spring Cleaning: 5 Ideas to Clean Up Your Space and Processes

Strategies to Improve Provider Engagement


What Has Happened to Phone and Email Etiquette?

What in the world has happened to the basic, professional etiquette of returning a phone call or email?  Are you with me?! The average number of emails sent and received in one day is approximately 140.  We are overwhelmed and … Continue Reading

wasted time

So Much Wasted Time!

Have you ever stopped to think how much time you waste in doing certain things? How about wasted time in a car? Or wasted time spent waiting on hold on the phone? Or wasted time when you are standing in … Continue Reading

Physicians Could Be the Best Data-Collectors for Population Health

The population health movement is designed to gather clinical, financial and operation information, and apply it towards improving outcomes for specific populations. The populations tend to be clustered by primary disease state. There are challenges to implementing such a noble … Continue Reading

Nurses and Doctors are like Cats and Dogs Living Together

Having spent years rounding at hospitals, I have encountered every conceivable interaction between doctors and nurses. Being on the same team focused on delivering quality care to patients, most of the encounters have been pleasant and productive, yet there are … Continue Reading

Attention Hospital Administrators: Are Your Providers Engaged?

Attention Hospital Administrators: Are Your Providers Engaged? Whether your hospital employs most of your providers or if they are independent, physician engagement should be at the top of your priority list. Why is this important? A recent survey by Gallup … Continue Reading