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Jul 30, 2019 · Vendors for website construction and design in Give & Get Advice

Thanks for the mention @LeeAase

MarTech.Health is a free industry resource tracking over 600 vendors across 40 service categories, including one for Content Management Systems – https://martech.health/content-management-system

You can sort by reviews/ratings, category focus, etc., plus anonymously message vendors with your questions.
Eliminates those pesky follow-up calls 🙂

Regarding your current situation, I agree with @reedsmith – step back, and assess your current situation before looking at particular software.

Feel free to contact me directly if you have any questions about MarTech.Health, or want to discuss your CMS options. I oversaw three major CMS projects at my previous job, and certainly understand what your facing.

Ed Bennett
443-608-4722

May 31, 2017 · More on apps: creating a list of hospital sponsored apps in Premium Members

Just kidding @chrisboyer !
I’d be happy to work with you on comprehensive list. This thread is good start on data colection.

May 31, 2017 · More on apps: creating a list of hospital sponsored apps in Premium Members

Hey wait a minute @chrisboyer !
Are you building a list?
🙂

May 24, 2017 · Member Conference Call: Let's talk about apps!

Thanks for the great questions!

Mar 9, 2017 · New Patient Social Media Platform - Curatio in Platforms, Software, and Tools

Janet,

It looks like the headline editor took liberties with the story. Curatio is certainly not the “first-ever social network for patients” – we both know the concept is 20+ years old.

But, I think Curatio is the first platform to get the following things right:

1. Actual mobile-first design. Careful attention to details in UX and UI. Built for easy micro-transactions between patients.

2. The right balance between three levels of connection.

– First, a small “healing circle” of peers. Eight to ten people who match on condition, demographics, personality, interests, etc.

– Second, a larger community based on condition. (similar to Mayo Clinic Connect groups)

– And finally, education and clinical info from trusted sources. (curated content)

3. Integration with healthcare providers. My role with Curatio focuses on Healthcare Provider partners. Hospitals can offer Curatio as private branded service, where all clinical interaction is with their staff, where it’s built into the EHR, and outcomes can be traced. It’s more than just a logo swap.

Sorry for the long reply! Please let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks,
Ed

May 17, 2016 · As the MCSMN Member Meeting Approaches...

Susan,
Hire me and I’ll wear the hat.

May 12, 2016 · As the MCSMN Member Meeting Approaches...

Come on guys, I’m trying to convince clients that I’m a serious, expensive consultant. So a panda blouse is right out. Maybe a Panda Hat?