May 25

An Update of the Themes in Lucro Brainpower

Blog Purchasing Decisions Healthcare Leaders Hospitals Best Practices

Six weeks ago, we put together a blog on the Lucro Brainpower to show you what types of health systems made up the Lucro community and aggregated all the projects you were working on. A lot can happen in six weeks: that’s three development sprints, 13 Preds games, and 30 new project boards in Lucro. 

Who is a part of the Lucro brainpower?

Here is an overview of our acute health system population. In the past six weeks, we’ve also gained a foothold in the post-acute space, national treatment centers, national ambulatory surgical centers, physician associations, and independent practices.

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May 18

Decision Making: The Constant Struggle (part 3b of 3)

Blog Purchasing Decisions Healthcare Leaders Hospitals Best Practices Decision Making

If you’re just joining us, we started a Q&A with Steve Sisko of @shimcode last week. We’ll be digging in to see where Steve thinks the rubber meets the road on tough decisions and a bigger view of the health IT landscape.

Intro to Steve & why we like him:

With 20+ years of experience serving multiple roles in the healthcare, information technology and advisory services trades: Steve brings a unique perspective and deep subject matter expertise unfettered by allegiance to any specific commercial entity or particular product set. Intense curiosity, extensive research skills, and over three decades of evolving healthcare business and technical skills afford Steve with the unique healthcare data, technology and services competences needed to thrive in today’s digitally focused healthcare environment. Learn more about Steve’s knowledge, skills and experience at his website: http://www.shimcode.com 

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May 12

Decision Making: The Constant Struggle (part 3a of 3)

Blog Purchasing Decisions Healthcare Leaders Hospitals Best Practices

We are lucky enough to have Steve Sisko, the HIT blog/social phenomenon, in digital form for the next two weeks! We’ll be diving into health system decision making and how they choose vendor partners, discussing what can be done now to minimize pain points together.

Intro to Steve & why we like him:

With 20+ years of experience serving multiple roles in the healthcare, information technology and advisory services trades: Steve brings a unique perspective and deep subject matter expertise unfettered by allegiance to any specific commercial entity or particular product set Intense curiosity, extensive research skills and over three decades of evolving healthcare business and technical skills afford Steve with the unique healthcare data, technology and services competences needed to thrive in today’s digitally focused healthcare environment. Learn more about Steve’s knowledge, skills and experience at his website: http://www.shimcode.com

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May 05

Decision Making: The Constant Struggle (part 2 of 3)

Blog Purchasing Decisions Healthcare Leaders Hospitals Best Practices

Last week we wrote about accelerating decision making by improving consensus, knowing your exit criteria, and avoiding analysis paralysis. This week, I’d like to get down to the nitty-gritty on how simplicity can drive decision making everywhere.

Hick's Law

(that’s the Hick-Hyman Law, 1952, not your Client Happiness Extraordinaire, Denise Hicks)

A scientific concept exists that will make complete sense to you: response time goes up with the number of options. In other words: more options = more time it takes to make a decision. No brainer, right?

Wrong! In our collective effort to give users the best web experience, highlight our cooking talent, or a sales guy that ‘has everything for everyone,’ this concept of minimizing options is often completely neglected.

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