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April 03, 2014

Talking Twitter with a health care CIO


By: Cerner Corporation

The Huffington Post recently released a list of the Top 100 Most Social CIOs on Twitter. Steve Huffman, CIO, Beacon Health System (@SteveHuffmanCIO), was one of a handful of health care CIOs to make the list.... Read full story


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November 13, 2013

Physicians and social media: #Innovation


By: Dr. Alexander Djuricich and Dr. Emily Webber, IU Health

Can social media be used to modernize medical education? In order to meet their patients’ and students’ needs, some physicians are embracing social media and applying it to their own learning.... Read full story


Category: Client Stories

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May 01, 2013

Celebrating collaboration at Cerner


By: Cerner Corporation

Created in 2009, uCern is our suite of collaboration tools that help close the communications loop and decrease the time between discovery and adoption. ... Read full story


Category: Technology

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January 15, 2013

Health care in the social media age


By: Cerner Corporation

There's no controversy in saying social media has fundamentally changed the way we approach some tasks. Need to find a reputable A/C repair shop? Check the ratings online. Need to make a reservation for dinner? Apps like OpenTable have you covered.... Read full story


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September 29, 2011

The New Doctor-Patient Handshake


By: Wendy Sue Swanson, MD

One of my mentors in residency told me that the pediatrician handshake was different, unique, and instinctive. Instead of grasping a child’s palm firmly, the handshake is the ritual of touching the top of a baby or toddler’s head, palpating the anterior fontanelle (soft spot). Often, it’s one of the first things we do when we meet our new patients.... Read full story


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