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  • James Herbert 7:35 pm on February 24, 2015 Permalink  

    Web 2.0 Links 02/25/2015 

    • IFTTT empowers you with creative control over the products and apps you love.
      What are Recipes?
      Recipes are simple connections between products and apps. There are two types of Recipes: Do Recipes and IF Recipes.
      Do Recipes
      Do Recipes run with just a tap and enable you to create your own personalized Button, Camera, and Notepad. The Do apps are available for iOS and Android.

      IF Recipes
      IF Recipes run automatically in the background. Create powerful connections with one simple statement — if this then that.

      tags: tools IFTTT productivity socialmedia web2.0 sharing evernote

    Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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  • James Herbert 4:46 pm on February 7, 2015 Permalink  

    Changes in Healthcare Delivery are Dangerous to Your Health 

    I’m a guest blogger!

    FCEtier

    Pharmacy student, James Herbert joins us today. Pharmacy student, James Herbert joins us today.

    Our guest blogger this week is James Herbert, a Pharm D Student at South College School of Pharmacy, Knoxville, TN. He is a Husband, Father, Doctor Who fan, science fiction fan, philosophy-theology aficionado, and ex-IT guy with dreams of using informatics and technology to enhance pharmacy’s role in improving patients lives. He says, “I’m just a regular guy livin’ the dream because in the end aren’t we all?”

    His topic addresses a situation begun decades ago and is now coming to a head. We introduced this subject last week with an article regarding the re-branding of patients to customers. Herbert believes there’s more to it than just semantics.

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    James Herbert James Herbert

    A paradigm shift in healthcare begun years ago, speeds toward the downgrade of the patient to a statistical economic construct.
    Patients are now being referred to as customers.
    This is a dangerous shift…

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