Journal Record Announces Innovator of the Year nominations

“Innovators are people with vision. With the ability to see a need and fill it. With the courage to make change and the stamina to await the results.” Keley John Booth MD has been selected as a Journal Record Innovator of the Year nominee for 2012. The Innovator of the Year award seeks to recognize those individuals and organizations that exemplify the innovative spirit in Oklahoma. Innovator...
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Digital Dexterity or Distracted Doctoring? Take our poll…

Beyond the EHR technology adoption challenges that are being felt nationwide,  technology can potentially pose other challenges as well. The use of smartphones and tablets for email and texting is becoming a standard practice throughout hospitals and clinics. Some fear the use of these now pervasive technologies as a “distraction” within the context of care delivery environments. Or does...
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Executive Forum Explores RFID and RTLS Technologies at HIMSS 2012

Join Dr Keley John Booth at HIMSS 2012′s Executive Forum “Understanding the Business Drivers and ROI for Successful Implementation of RFID and RTLS Technologies in the Healthcare Setting” on Sunday, February 19, 2012 at the Venetian Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas. The forum, sponsored by the RFID in Healthcare Consortium (RHCC) and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems...
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Intelligent Hospital Pavilion to Unveil the Future of Healthcare Technology

The key will be getting hospital administrators and other health care professionals to understand and embrace what is possible with technology integration in our health care delivery system today. – Keley Booth The Journal Record published an article highlighting the recent news of Dr Keley John Booth joining the RFID in Healthcare Consortium as the Vice President of Perioperative Clinical...
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Efforts focus on Process Improvements in Delivery of Care

The Oklahoman Sunday edition newspaper features Keley John Booth MD and Surgery Logistics in a front page article (PDF version) about how he brought the on-time starts of surgeries at INTEGRIS Health Southwest Medical Center from 35 percent to 75 percent and cut surgery staff costs by 10 percent, creating the effect of adding an additional operating...
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