Tuesday, April 23, 2019

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The Spirit of emids

Legacies aren’t created quick. Legacies aren’t created alone. Because it takes two flints to make a fire. And we’ve been on a journey of...

Founding day movie – Behind the scenes

What happens when we take our employees from their comfort zones to create a movie in the wilderness? Catch all the behind...

LeAP Diaries – WE Yoga

Looking inwards is as important as looking at the external world. Helping our people find a moment to pause and connect with...

LeAP Diaries – bike tales

A team that works together stays together. But at emids, we build teams that also work out together. Making it easy to bond with...

RSS Insights from emids

  • ONC Proposals on Information Blocking April 15, 2019
    The following update is provided by emids subject matter experts (SMEs) in the Provider Business Unit, Digital Transformation Advisory Services, covering proposed Health IT policy changes that are important to...
  • CMS Interoperability and Patient Access Proposed Requirements March 13, 2019
    The following update is provided by emids subject matter experts (SMEs) in the Provider Business Unit, Digital Transformation Advisory Services, covering proposed Health IT policy changes that are important to...
  • Forging a Path for Women in the HIT Industry March 8, 2019
    International Women’s Day is March 8, and the campaign theme is #BalanceforBetter. In essence, “Better the balance, better the world.” So, on this day of celebrating women’s achievements and calling...
  • Digital Transformation: Moving Past ‘Just Keeping the Lights On’ March 5, 2019
    I recently attended the HIMSS19 Global Conference and Exhibition in Orlando, where I came away with an even stronger realization that digital transformation is a work in progress for many...
  • Future Growth and the Development of Centers of Excellence March 4, 2019
    Excellence is defined as ‘the quality of being outstanding.’ So, when discussing the broad topic of centers of excellence established within an organization, the bar has already been set quite...

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Throwback

Is there a right way to apologize?

“We would like to thank passengers for their patience and apologize for any inconvenience caused.” This was the apology an airline issued, when their flight...

Organizational change: the way our brain sees it

A vlogger named Destin conducted an experiment, where he rode a bike with a simple change of controls. When the handle bars were moved...

LeAP Diaries – Doing more through ‘We’

All work and no play? Not for us. See how ‘We’ helps add a dose of healthy fun to our workplace. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1vn411yLNI

Giving feedback is not just a verbal act

When it comes to the art of giving feedback, there is ample wisdom doing the rounds. We’ve spoken about the best practices of delivering...

You’re allowed to get angry at work.

How, according to you, should the personality of an ideal employee be? We imagine you’d say calm, focused, amicable, maybe even humorous. Somehow, most of...

Learning to embrace the agony of failure

Failure is part of our everyday lives. There are all kinds of failures and in varying degrees of intensity, and yet somehow we fear...

Fun at emids

And this is how we have fun at work. 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAhErwYewBg

First unlearn. Then learn.

Companies now-a-days strive to build thriving learning cultures. The emphasis for employees is to become lifelong learners. Build new skills, rotate through short term...

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Got a disorganized team member? Learn how to manage them.

It’s frustrating enough when your day turns disorganized. But what if you had to manage someone else’s chaos too? As leaders or...

Plug some play into your workplace wellness

Every employee’s journey to a healthier lifestyle is unique – some are into it, some aren’t, but we all want to be healthy. Given...

Want a productive 2018? Get it now.

Pro.duc.tiv.i.ty – the effectiveness of effort, measured in terms of the rate of output per unit of input. We all strive for it. And we...

Recognizing and rewarding achievers

The festival season in India, is around the corner. Online retailers are flooding inboxes with customer loyalty programs and new deals that is available...

The seniors are winning this round!

Here’s a misconception we need to question: workers above the age of 55 are burned-out, resistant to technologies, absent due to illness, reluctant to...

Elevator pitches could help women succeed: here’s how

Jill Abramson, the first woman executive editor of the New York Times, was described as “impossible to work with” and “not approachable.” This, just...

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