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The Scoop – Zebras for EHRs | Type 2 Diabetes Numbers Slowing | Media Vitals Fact of the Day September 24, 2014

Filed under: Corporate — CMI/Compas @ 3:45 pm

Hope to see you at this afternoon’s webinar – if you had trouble signing up please send me an email. For a sneak peek of some of the insights that will be presented, ask me for a copy of the free report. Media Vitals Fact of the Day: 85% of Emergency Medicine Physicians go straight to searching the Internet when in immediate need of a answering a question.

Paul Weber, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Rutgers and original Scoop reader, shared the following juicy tidbit: “ZEBRA” is an acronym for a bracelet worn by patients that will log them out of their EHR if they step away from the screen. It has been developed by a team at Dartmouth. This is a very interesting solution regarding protecting the security of patient records!

The number of new cases of Type 2 diabetes seems to be slowing down.

The beta of Iodine has launched today. The site is a massive directory of prescription drugs created by author Thomas Goetz. Go ahead – check out what it says about your brand.

Doctors and nurses are still among the most prestigious careers – in fact doctors are number one, according to a new poll sent to me by our CMIO Dr. Susan Dorfman. I am sure marketers are somewhere on the list as well.

Dog activity trackers! Of course!

Happy and healthy Rosh Hashanah to those who celebrate! My colleague Amanda will be Scooping the rest of this week and I’ll see you all again on Monday.

-Carly Kuper, VP, Strategic Marketing & Corporate Communications


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