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Neupert On Health
I haven't blogged recently, because I took my family to Moscow and St. Petersburg to learn and experience more about this fascinating country with a rich and proud history – a trip that I highly recommend. While I was there -- I decided to learn a bit about their health system and its challenges...
22 Jul 2008
New delivery models will solve the cost crisis
This week's question for the Washington Post Health Care Rx blog was: Has Congress done enough to constrain long-term, health care spending growth? What cost containment strategies would you advocate pursuing? My response, New delivery models will solve the cost crisis , below: I was again reminded...
28 Oct 2009
Rush to Reform
I haven't posted for awhile -- mostly because I have been busy with customers, development projects, and the impact of the economic crisis -- but also because I’ve felt that there has been so much noise and anticipation around the priorities of the incoming Administration that reading seemed more...
17 Dec 2008
Liberate the Data Part II – Perspectives from Eclipsys and Microsoft
It was just about a year ago at last year’s HIMSS that I posted about the need to “ liberate the data ” within health IT systems – separating data from applications and making it available for reuse in different contexts. What I said then holds true now. For health enterprises and consumers, health data...
1 Mar 2010
Before you finalize your Health IT shopping list
The mad dash for health reform continues in earnest as stakeholders from all parts of the health ecosystem work to inform, engage and encourage the incoming Administration. The need for reform is obvious and the dialog is positive -- I continue to worry that 'soundbite solutions' will get...
12 Jan 2009
Learning from Singapore and Switzerland
So this week’s question from the Washington Post RX Blog was: Which country has the best health-care system and why? Can the U.S. follow its model? My response -- Learning from Singapore, Switzerland -- is below. To realize the goals of providing increased access while maintaining fiscal responsibility...
23 Oct 2009
I love the fresh debate about standards and the evolution of Health IT raised by the three Health Affairs articles. I agree wholeheartedly with the perspectives of Carol and Clay - and frequently reinforce these comments to customers, policy makers and audiences alike. It's about the patient -...
21 Aug 2008
Aligning policy, technology, and business innovation – perspectives from the Connected Health Conference…
We’re just wrapping up our annual Connected Health Conference. I wanted to share some insights and observations from the past three days. We had 925 attendees representing 409 organizations -- attendance more than doubled from last year, which is pretty amazing given that conference attendance is down...
13 Jun 2009
Why blog on health and software?
I am blogging to add my voice and perspective to the very important discussion of how to improve health around the world. I believe software and communications can make both incremental and transformational improvements to the delivery of health care -- in developed and emerging countries...
27 May 2008
Reflecting on the healthcare system while waiting at the hospital for a loved one
Often when we talk about healthcare reform, it can be a rather abstract discussion -- you watch some tv show with ‘experts’ reflecting on some 20 page bill or hashing through the merits of a public insurance option. Last week, however, all the intellectual and abstract ideas were brought into something...
30 Sep 2009
Connect Consumers with “Meaningful Use”
The current hot, behind-the-scenes, debate in HIT is around how “meaningful use” of HIT will be defined for purposes of the incentive payments provided in the HiTech portion of ARRA . Since there is a lot of money at stake and a lot of interested stakeholders, I am sure it will be an energetic debate...
28 Mar 2009
Tear Down the Walls and Liberate the Data
(cross-posted on Microsoft on the Issues ) In 1987, President Ronald Reagan gave one of his most well remembered speeches . Few of us could forget his words to Mikhail Gorbachev to “tear down this wall”—proving to be prophetic when the German Democratic Republic announced the re-opening of the...
4 Apr 2009
I don't normally blog about our products per se, but today marks an important milestone for Microsoft shipping solutions that are important signposts toward the future -- the transformation of healthcare. The first is the launch of the Mayo Clinic Health Manager powered by HealthVault -- the focus...
21 Apr 2009
Message to Washington -- It's all about Outcomes
Yesterday, I testified before the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee , otherwise known as HELP. You can see a video of my testimony here . Before getting to the substance, I need to highlight how I continue to be awe-inspired about how our government works -- in a positive way. Any...
17 Jan 2009
A Milestone on Many Levels: Publishing a Joint Op-Ed with Google
Over a year ago, a dialogue started about the rules surrounding ‘meaningful use’ – and with anything like this, there are always lots of voices, lots of opinions. Given our history, we were in the ‘faction’ of folks focusing on ensuring that consumers were at the center of this discussion – and along...
25 Feb 2010
The willingness to succeed is only exceeded by the willingness to prepare
After many long months of discussion and debate , the first draft of Meaningful Use has come out. I’m optimistic about what I see -- what’s been laid out seems to focus on driving real outcomes improvement in the health care system. It’s important that we keep this in mind -- that we’re not just trying...
19 Jun 2009
A New Chapter
Yesterday we announced an exciting new chapter in the Microsoft in Health story . Microsoft and GE Healthcare (GEHC) are forming a joint venture – with equal investment from each ‘parent’ – that will offer advanced IT solutions to healthcare organizations. Microsoft’s...
10 Dec 2011
Health Affairs event and special issue on Health IT
Today I spoke at a very well attended Health Affairs event in Washington DC -- originally designed (months ago in a different time warp in HIT light years) to discuss lessons learned by folks leveraging HIT in effective ways, along with the usual challenges, issues and opportunities. Naturally the discussion...
11 Mar 2009
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