This may well be the most important factor in determining your professional and personal success.
One thing I’ve realized about the most successful people I’ve met is that whatever their varied personalities and idiosyncrasies there is one consistent attribute they all share, high Conversational Intelligence.
Simply put Conversational Intelligence is the currency of success. It’s the rare ability to create trust by achieving a balance between telling and listening–sticking doggedly to a vision while also being open to hearing the opinions, attitudes and criticism of others so that you can co-create the future with your employees, partners, and marketplace.read more
If the efforts by state legislators to restrict the use of student data are any guide, the email addresses and search queries of the nation’s schoolchildren are a hot commodity.read more
More than a year after the launch of the first Android Wear watches, Google is now finally bringing iOS support to its smartwatch platform with the launch of its Android Wear mobile app in Apple’s App Store today.read more
A new technology that could make your inflight WiFi a heck of a lot faster just got regulatory approval from the Federal Aviation Administration this week — meaning that on some flights, your Internet might actually become usable again.read more
The director of the CMS Physicians Regulatory Issues Team, William Rogers, MD, will act as ICD-10 point person
William Rogers, MD, director of the Physicians Regulatory Issues Team at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, will act as ICD-10 ombudsman to the federal agency, acting CMS administrator Andy Slavitt announced Thursday.read more
In the summer of 1994, Jaap Haartsen started worked on what would become a ubiquitous and essential technology — Bluetooth. The 31-year-old Dutch engineer was living in Sweden and working for Ericsson.
He never worked weekends, or more than 40 hours a week. He had a cell phone and laptop, but doesn’t recall having Internet at home. Every weekend he immersed in nature with his wife and three young children.read more
Is your company or industry being disrupted by current technology and market place developments? Maybe, maybe not. Determining what’s noise and what’s a signal is crucial. Overreact and you may send your company off course. Do too little and you could put your company at risk.read more
Google on Thursday rejected claims from the European Union’s top antitrust official that the company favored some of its own search results over those of rivals, saying there was significant competition in the region’s online search market and that the company’s services increased choice for local consumers.read more
Nearly 20 years ago, the launch of online payments giant PayPal shook the financial services industry. Now, a new generation of financial technology or “fintech” companies is once again breaking down the oversized doors of the conservative banking business. From facilitating loans to wealth management to mobile payments to tax preparation, fintech companies are attacking traditional — and often inefficient — practices that shut out as many as two billion consumers (most outside the United States) from the most basic financial services.read more
‘We have significantly reduced registration errors and lowered our duplicate medical record rate to 0.11 percent of our patient census’
Offering a novel answer to a complex security challenge, Imprivata has introduced PatientSecure, a patient identification tool that uses palm vein biometrics to link patients with their EHRs.read more