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In an article by Matthew Herper, featured in Forbes in 2010, he described Yale Cardiologist Harlan Krumholz MD, as “The Most Powerful Doctor You Never Heard Of”. “Every day millions of patients are being treated, and the lessons from their experiences are lost because there is no systematic effort to learn from them,” said Dr. Krumholz. “If I’m sitting down with a patient, I should be able to take advantage of everything we have learned up until yesterday to treat them.” Harlan Krumholz basic idea is that if you ask the right question and pick the right measurement, you can figure out a way to get the right answer. He has a knack for focusing on performance metrics that hold hospitals and healthcare orgs accountable. Harlan Krumholz is a risk taker. A quality disrupter. We are fortunate to have him as a keynote speaker at #SPM2017.

Register for the inaugural #SPM2017 conference to hear @hmkyale, cardiologist & health care disrupter. In the meantime, read more about him here: http://bit.ly/2wDQxGZ

Register for #SPM2017, Transforming the Culture of Care, to hear Shannon Brownlee, Rushika Fernandopulle MD, Harlan Krumholz MD, Liz Salmi and Tom Delbanco on October 25th in Boston preceding and co-located with The Connected Health Conference: https://participatorymedicine.org/event-spm-inaugural-conference/

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Rushika Fernandopulle MD is a practicing physician and co-founder and CEO of Iora Health, a health care services firm based in Cambridge, MA, whose mission is to build a radically new model of primary care to improve quality and service and reduce overall expenditures. He was the first Executive Director of the Harvard Interfaculty Program for Health Systems Improvement, and Managing Director of the Clinical Initiatives Center at the Advisory Board Company. His authored publications, include Health Care Policy, a textbook for physicians and medical students, and Uninsured in America: Life and Death in the Land of Opportunity. He serves on the staff at Massachusetts General Hospital and on the faculty of Harvard Medical School. Rushika believes that the people closest to the care come up with all the good ideas. We just need to allow it to happen. Read more about Rushika here: https://primarycare.hms.harvard.edu/innovator-spotlight-rushika-fernandopulle-md-mpp/

Register for #SPM2017, Transforming the Culture of Care, to hear Shannon Brownlee, Rushika Fernandopulle MD, Harlan Krumholz MD, Liz Salmi and Tom Delbanco on October 25th in Boston preceding and co-located with The Connected Health Conference: https://participatorymedicine.org/event-spm-inaugural-conference/

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“A Breast Cancer Patient Who Also Wears a White Coat” Dr. Lori Wilson, a cancer surgeon at Howard University Hospital and Cancer Center in Washington, DC, will join our all-star lineup of speakers at #SPM2017. She shares her unique cancer experience as a survivor and health care provider. Her message is one of advocacy, sharing her experience of health disparities and the need for patients to participate in research as an investment in the future. Dr. Lori Wilson inspires and motivates us on health equity. Read more about Dr. Lori Wilson here: https://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/05/jobs/a-breast-cancer-patient-who-also-wears-a-white-coat.html

Register for #SPM2017, Transforming the Culture of Care, to hear Shannon Brownlee, Rushika Fernandopulle MD, Harlan Krumholz MD, Liz Salmi and Tom Delbanco on October 25th in Boston preceding and co-located with The Connected Health Conference: https://participatorymedicine.org/event-spm-inaugural-conference/

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The effective use of electronic data interchange (EDI) is the key to better healthcare supply chain management. In healthcare supply chain management (SCM), EDI primarily focuses on the electronic exchange of business transactions such as purchase orders, shipment authorizations, shipment acknowledgements, advanced shipment notices, or invoices. EDI provides a fast, secure, and easy exchange of information between healthcare organizations.

Most of the hospitals in Europe are focusing on deploying a full suite of electronic processes with automated methods to track the complete process of purchase order purchase order acknowledgement, invoice creation/matching, and processing to the accounts payable system.

Geographically, the European healthcare EDI market is analyzed at the country level, comprising Benelux, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the U.K. Germany, France, Denmark, Sweden are expected to witness a high penetration rate for healthcare EDI in coming years owing to the rising geriatric population, increasing government funding and initiatives, improving healthcare infrastructure, increasing demand for quality healthcare at low costs, and presence of major companies in these regions.

Top Players :

Bayer AG, Pfizer Inc., GlaxoSmithKline PLC, and Abbott Laboratories are the EDI technology leaders in the pharmaceutical and manufacturing sector in Europe.

For more Information Visit : http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/european-healthcare-edi-market-93400242.html

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Thanks for kicking off the #WednesdayWisdom series, Dave!
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