At Healthcare Scene, we’ve always provided readers the option to get the latest Healthcare Scene blog posts right in their email. As we continue to expand the content we write, we’ve been working to allow readers to target the content that interests them most. We started this trend by launching HIM Scene and now we’re excited to announce the launch of the Health Care CXO Scene.
To start, we plan to send out about 1 email per week of highly focused, quality C-level executive content. If you’re interested in CXO related topics, just enter your email below and you’ll get the latest and greatest C-level executive commentary from our resident hospital CIO expert, David Chou, straight to your email.
Thanks for all your support! We hope you’ll enjoy our C-level healthcare executive focused content. If you have any suggestions on how we can improve Healthcare Scene or the new CXO Scene, we’d love to hear it.
When Health IT (HIT) professionals do their jobs well, many people don’t know they exist. Because of this, HIT has a growing number of rockstars who just don’t get the attention they deserve. On this 10th anniversary of National Health IT week, we want to honor some of those influential HIT Heroes.
Thank you Next Wave Connect for the recognition and we’re excited to be part of such a great group of health IT influencers.
We’d like as many in the Healthcare Scene community to be able to attend the Healthcare IT Marketing and PR Conference (HITMC). So, we’re offering a $100 discount off the registration price for Healthcare Scene readers. All you have to do is use the promo code: HITrocksduring registration and you’ll receive $100 off the already discounted early bird price. That’s $600 off the regular registration price!
Be sure to register now since early bird pricing is over on November 15, 2015.
The healthcare technology community is abuzz these days with a number of key topics from mHealth to patient engagement, senior care to ACOs, ICD-10 to EHRs. There are so many diverse insights and smart perspectives joining the discussion against the ever-shifting backdrop of care delivery. In an effort to showcase many of the great voices lending their expertise to the conversation and raising the important questions and new ideas in health IT, we continue the tradition with our third 2015 list of Top 50 Health IT Blogs.
We’re really proud to have CDW include us on this list multiple times as they have done in past years as well. Plus, when we look at many of the other blogs on their list, we’re proud to be in such great company.
At Healthcare Scene, we’ve always provided readers the option to get the latest Healthcare Scene blog posts right in their email. As we continue to expand the content we write, we saw that readers wanted more targeted content and email lists that provided extremely focused blog posts on specific areas of healthcare.
With that in mind, our first targeted email list is focused on HIM (Health Information Management) professionals and is called HIM Scene. To start, we plan to send out about 1 email per week of highly focused, quality HIM related content. If you’re interested in HIM related topics, just enter your email below and you’ll get the latest and greatest HIM commentary from a wide range of HIM experts straight to your email.
Thanks for all your support! We hope you’ll enjoy our HIM focused content. If you have any suggestions on how we can improve Healthcare Scene or the new HIM Scene, we’d love to hear it.
We’d like as many in the Healthcare Scene community to be able to attend the Healthcare IT Marketing and PR Conference (HITMC). So, as you can see above, we’re offering a $300 discount off the registration price for Healthcare Scene readers. All you have to do is use the promo code: HITrocks
The conference is backed by an amazing group of sponsors. These companies represent some of the best companies out there when it comes to healthcare IT. We’re still adding more as we get closer to the event, but this event would not be possible without their excellent support.
We hope that many in the Healthcare Scene community will join us in Las Vegas!
We’ve been working for a while to bring together all of the great content we create on the Healthcare Scene blog network. We still have some work to do, but I’m excited to offer people a simple option to subscribe to all of the Healthcare Scene email lists at once. Plus, we have a new option that allows you to subscribe to all of the Healthcare Scene blogs in one email. Just fill out the form below and check the emails you want to receive.
If you have any questions, please let us know in the comments or on the contact us page.
We’re really excited and proud to announce two new additions to the Healthcare Scene family of websites: Healthcare IT Central and Healthcare IT Today. Check out this press release that covers more details on Healthcare Scene’s acquisition of this leading healthcare IT job board and blog.
Healthcare IT Central is a leading job board, resume database, certification resource, and career website solely focused on healthcare IT professionals. Some of the top Healthcare and Healthcare IT companies post their healthcare IT and EHR jobs to the site along with searching through the resume database of over 9000 resumes. Plus, the Healthcare IT Central newsletter goes out to well over 13,000 healthcare IT professionals. Anyone looking to hire a healthcare IT position, improve their current career, or find a job in healthcare IT should check it out.
Healthcare IT Today is a blog focused on creating great content that will help healthcare IT professionals progress in their careers. Some of its more popular posts are about becoming Epic Certified and becoming a healthcare IT consultant. Check out the site for regular content that will help you progress in your healthcare IT career.
Looking at this headline, your first thought might be “What’s a Perficient?” I know (it’s an IT consulting firm) because they’ve done such a great job sharing their expertise with the healthcare community. Otherwise, I might have just ignored them amidst the clamor generated by hundreds of competent IT shops with opaque names.
What did Perficient’s healthcare group do to get my attention? The obvious, but they did it very, very well.
* Twitter thought leadership: Their Twitter stream, via @Perficient_HC, offers a huge variety of food for thought, including but definitely not limited to links to interesting Webinars and articles the company produces. Their Tweetmeister does a marvelous job of picking up and redistributing health IT news on dozens of hot topics in the business, and does so aggressively yet somehow not intrusively.
* Investing in social media content: Perficient’s healthcare team has done a legit job — not a shallow, me-too-see-I’m-on-Google-Plus — of building out several other social media channels. Each boasts high quality content which smacks of having been given serious thought. The YouTube channel, for example, includes expert interviews, video demos and more.
* High-quality blogs:Perficient has made a big investment of time in its blogs, which include 50-odd contributors from the IT rank and file. (It’s extremely rare for tech companies to put their high-ticket senior people on such a task, but Perficient clearly gambled, to my mind successfully, that authentic IT voices would win over readers.) Most of the pieces offer thoughtful takes on key IT issues, including some great health IT coverage; some articles do include some self-promotion, but it’s done in a straight-ahead and reasonable way which doesn’t feel cloying. It’s very slick without feeling slick.
Of course, I don’t work for Perficient and I don’t know what the sales results have been from their efforts. But when it comes to credibility, theirs is through the roof with me. Really showcasing your intellectual goods can work wonders.