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Greg Hart
Works at McKesson
Attended University of Pittsburgh
Lives in Milton, GA
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Would be interesting to understand the source of new medical errors - there will definitely be new sources from EMRs (wrong drug selections in CPOE for example) but I wonder how much of this is greater identification of med errors due to automation. How many near misses on med admin are there in a non-automated system? 
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Greg Hart

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Three things I hate in sports: bunting, punting, and the intentional walk. Not that the IBB to Butler was the cause of yesterday, but I just don't get putting a man on free.
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Because if you pitch to a guy like Butler he's liable to do way more harm to you than just giving him a free pass.
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Senior leader in healthcare technology focused on strategy, product management, and R&D
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  • Shearson Lehman
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Milton, GA
Sarver, PA - Pittsburgh, PA - Philadelphia, PA
  • University of Pittsburgh
    Economics, 1989 - 1993
  • Bensalem High School
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The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors: The Extraordinary World War II St...

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The Next 100 Years: A Forecast for the 21st Century

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Born to Run

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Reagan, In His Own Hand: The Writings of Ronald Reagan that Reveal His R...

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Predictably Irrational, Revised and Expanded Edition: The Hidden Forces ...

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The Great Train Robbery

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No Shortcuts to the Top: Climbing the World's 14 Highest Peaks

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Into Thin Air

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Why Microsoft needs to worry about Google Glass

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Good. But overrated
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Very good healthy food. Hours are short so plan ahead
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Nice rooms but unbelievably loud as it is right next to train tracks. Trains go by constantly. One of the worst nights of sleep I've had in a hotel.
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72 reviews
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Scratch kitchen and their menu changes often. Moderate sized plates but everything ordered at our table was fantastic. Good service, great food. Try it.
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Fine enough hotel that includes a decent breakfast and indoor pool. But know what you are getting - the hotel allows pets which makes for a loud environment coupled with their thin walls / floors. Very noisy stay here where you continuously hear dogs barking, people walking in the room above you, and you can hear TVs / talking through walls. It's ok, but I would choose somewhere else next time especially if you are looking for a quieter (normal) hotel that you can rest in.
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