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Can A National Patient Identifier Solve Interoperability Challenges?

Editor’s Note: Thomas Grove is a Principal of Consulting and Compliance Services at Phoenix Health Systems, a division of Medsphere Systems. As a healthcare management executive with 20+ years of experience, Thomas has extensive expertise in strategic assessments and planning, revenue cycle management, and process improvement. Show More Summary

Postal Connections: Conor’s Chances

Sherdog.com Executive Editor Greg Savage touches on a variety of subjects in his weekly mailbag, from Conor McGregor to changes in weight cutting.

Caitlyn Jenner's 'Vanity Fair' Debut Named Cover of the Year

Caitlyn Jenner‘s famous Vanity Fair cover was just named Cover of the Year by the American Society of Magazine Editors. “The cover contest judges had tough decisions to make this year,” ASME chief executive Sid Holt said in a statement. “Any time you have to choose between an already legendary Annie Leibovitz shoot on the [...]

Atom Text Editor Commercial

A hilarious and well executed retro-kitch promo clip for GitHub’s hackable and robust JavaScript-based text editor, Atom. Memo to Jonny Ive – we want the next iMac to look like that Atom computer.

The technology that will transform real estate

NEW YORK -- On-demand services, virtual reality and artificial intelligence will transform real estate, according to Inman Connect keynote speaker Kara Swisher. Swisher is executive editor of Vox Media's Re/Code....

Lorne Michaels’ Biographer Will Highlight ‘SNL’ As Comedy Game-Changer

The New Yorker magazine editor and writer Susan Morrison confirmed today that she’ll write a biography of her one-time boss Lorne Michaels, for Random House. The Saturday Night Live creator  — and executive producer for all but five seasons since its 1975 debut — has given his blessing to the book. Show More Summary

New Crossroads: Interoperability, Meaningful Use, Transformation, and Our Future

Editor’s Note: D’Arcy Guerin Gue is a co-founder of Phoenix, with over 25 years of experience in executive leadership, strategic planning, IT services, knowledge leadership, and industry  relations —  with a special focus on patient engagement and federal compliance issues. Show More Summary

Rolling Stone Launches First-Ever Podcast 'Rolling Stone Music Now'

Rolling Stone is coming to your earphones and stereos, with the launch of Rolling Stone Music Now, our first-ever podcast. The new show, hosted by Executive Editor Nathan Brackett, will feature  interviews with marquee artists, a look inside the week's hottest music news, a sampling of what's playing in the Rolling Stone...

The myth of Obama's executive-order overreach

To the editor: Jonah Goldberg criticizes President Obama for issuing executive orders. He conveniently neglects to mention the number of executive orders issued by modern Republican presidents as compared to Obama. ("Can Congress get its swagger back?," Opinion, Jan. 19) Dwight Eisenhower issued...

Meet Shani Hilton, BuzzFeed’s Newsmaker-In-Chief

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“Nobody knows anything,” Oscar-winning screenwriter William Goldman famously wrote of the movie business. BuzzFeed’s executive editor of news Shani Hilton has a slight twist on that for the media world: Nobody knows anything for longer...Show More Summary

SALON: Rubio’s disqualified because of his “bizarre religious faith” … Catholicism. Shade…

SALON: Rubio’s disqualified because of his “bizarre religious faith” … Catholicism. Shades of Bill Keller, then executive editor of the New York Times, cluelessly describing Rick Santorum and Michelle Bachmann in 2011 as belonging to a “fervid subset of evangelical Christianity,” when Santorum is a Catholic and Bachmann a Lutheran. And didn’t JFK definitively settle […]

Interoperability: The Key to Uniting Healthcare’s Walled Gardens

Editor’s Note:  Aashima Gupta is the VP of  Healthcare Digital Transformation at Apigee leading provider of API technology and services for enterprises and developers. In her current role she is driving strategy and execution for the healthcare vertical at a API and analytics startup. Show More Summary

Above All Else, Do No Harm

Executive Editors Rob Watson and Wilhelm Cortex discuss some of the deeper meaning behind the Good Men Project. The post Above All Else, Do No Harm appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Listen to the Good Men Project Values on Live Radio This Saturday Night

Saturday, The Good Men Project Executive Editors will be on live northern California radio. Listen or call in as they have the conversation no one else is having! The post Listen to the Good Men Project Values on Live Radio This Saturday Night appeared first on The Good Men Project.

On CNN, Daily Beast's Shachtman: Haley Trying to Stop GOP Going 'Fascist'

Appearing as a guest on Wednesday's CNN Newsroom with Carol Costello, during a discussion of South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley giving the Republican response to the State of the Union, Daily Beast Executive Editor Noah Shachtman asserted...Show More Summary

WATCH: How Diversity Policies In The Workplace Can Actually Make A Difference

Despite U.S. companies spending millions of dollars each year on diversity and inclusion, their efforts aren't working, according to reporting from HuffPost executive business and tech editor Emily Peck. In the video above, watch Peck...Show More Summary

WashPost Editor Admits Rush Limbaugh Now Part of 'Mainstream Media'

During an interview with host Brian Lamb Saturday evening on the C-SPAN cable TV channel, Martin Baron – who has been the executive editor of the Washington Post newspaper since January of 2013 – stated what many liberals and Democrats...Show More Summary

Response to Issue of Non-Accessible Office

Numerous people have noted that the job listing for our new executive editor position includes the information that our current office is not ADA accessible.  It's absolutely correct that it's unacceptable for our offices to not be ADA compliant. Show More Summary

Eater Seeks a New Features Editor. Is It You?

It might just be you. Eater's award-winning longform features program, which launched a year and a half ago under the auspices of Helen Rosner, needs a new editor and spiritual guide. As Rosner moves into her new role as Executive Editor,...Show More Summary

The Special, Toxic Relationship Between Gays and Smoking

Many LGBT people, like our executive editor, used cigarettes to fit in and feel better. We're better than that, he writes.

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