Posts Tagged ‘productivity’
AT&T, can you please pass the data?
Well according to AT&T’s consumer blog it looks like they will be launching their version of shared plans for current and new customers. If you think this sounds familiar to the Verizon share plan, well, it pretty much is except that it seems AT&T is still keeping some of their current plans to choose from…Read More
The Impetus: A new series
Here at Innovative Nurse we’re always talking about how to support our community of nurses and other healthcare professionals to reach their potential with whatever goals they’re trying to achieve. Whether it’s the actual driving force behind innovation, paradigm shifts, or breaking the mold of the status quo, we’ll cover those topics here and discuss…Read More
The Impact of Work Related Pain Disorders
As healthcare professionals we’re often telling our patients to use proper body mechanics and to continuously evaluate their surroundings to avoid injury or some other catastrophic event both personally and professionally. What practices are we implementing as clinicians? What safeguards to we have in place to insure our safety at work. When I was in the clinical…Read More
5 Futuristic Medical Gadgets
Oscar Wilde might not have been thinking of medicine when he famously wrote that “life imitates art,” but if he were alive to witness some of the medical gadgets arriving on the market today he would feel vindicated. Sci-fi fans of all kinds can now marvel at the realization of their favorite stories, as many…Read More
HTC One S or HTC One X? What’s your sense?
So with the impending launch of HTC’s One line of devices here in the U.S., which device are you going for? The One S, or the One X? Sure it’s probably an “easier” decision if you’re already with AT&T and you don’t plan on leaving, so you’d naturally just get the One X, and if…Read More
Five Office Chair Types That Can Make or Break Your Staff
Are you sitting down for this? According to a study done by the Medical Billing and Coding Organization, sitting for extended periods of time can lead to severe health problems. However, sitting in the wrong position or at the wrong angle is even worse. Surprisingly, sitting at a 70 degree angle, or leaning forward, and…Read More
Technology, sometimes it’s good to be an enabler
Every now and again I hear or read about something that speaks to me. Well, an article posted by Harold J. Johnson over at Lockergnome speaks volumes. As you’re probably aware, my medical consulting company provides advocacy services for individuals with developmental disabilities. I shouldn’t really have to tell you how extraordinary this population is, and how…Read More
The New Apple iPad. Who’s picking one up?
Alright, we’ve made it through the Apple event today that announced the iPad 3 new iPad. The next event we’re all going to have to make it through is…Are you picking one up? Let’s talk about a few specs. Instead of using “New iPad,” I’ll refer to it as the latest release. Any better? Not really.…Read More
High Tech Solutions for Nursing Students
So, I had the privilege and honor of being interviewed by Jennifer Olin, BSN, RN over at RNCentral.com. Thanks to Jennifer and RN Central. March 2nd, 2012 By Jennifer Olin, BSN, RN The new millennium isn’t even that new anymore but one thing is for sure, new technology is a day-to-day occurrence, particularly…Read More
Social Media, better get that in check
Hey Social Media, you’re distracting me! After hearing about all of my friends getting pinned (“ouch!”) and hearing all the buzz about Pinterest, I decided to give it a try to see what I could potentially do with this new social media platform. Aside from another time suck, and my attempt to figure out how I’m…Read More