Every year, Luna Data Solutions holds a Thanksgiving Potluck for office staff. It's been a tradition for years: everyone brings a dish (sometimes 2) and we eat a big meal together (and then leftovers from the breakroom fridge until the holiday break).
Millennials get a very bad rap—they’re known as being frivolous, irresponsible, and unreliable. They also happen to be the new workforce. For better or worse, the millennial generation is tech savvy, vibrant, and geared to fill vacancies in all industries.
A diverse range of breakthrough technologies are doing more than streamlining healthcare; these emerging technologies have the potential to fundamentally change the way medicine is practiced. Rather than simply inventing new technology to address healthcare pain points, these technologies will enhance existing healthcare procedures by applying established technology to the healthcare sphere.
As Luna Health Sciences Solutions (LHSS) works to match the needs of the health sciences with smart and usable IT, integrating emerging technology with the necessities of healthcare is of paramount issue. Of great interest lately is the performance (or challenges) of electronic health record (EHR) technology. The challenges with EHRs are tremendous, but with the help of the best and brightest from both the Healthcare and IT industries, those challenges are surmountable.
For so many companies, diversity in the workplace is a pain point that won’t heal. From Google’s diversity challenges to the recurring dilemma the Oscars are facing, diversity is a difficult subject to discuss, and from a human resources perspective, it’s an even pricklier issue.
At the close of a project, certain outcomes are clearly judged against the original guidelines: adherences to budgetary and scheduling parameters are generally a simple yes-or-no box to check. The deeper questions about project success, such as impact and long-term utility, are more complex, but in some ways those are the most important assessments when deciding whether your project was a hit or a miss.
Projects are ramping up, teams are hitting their stride, and productivity is just over the horizon…
As employees delve into their projects and start producing results, now is an opportune time to check on success. Habits, both good and bad, are being formed, and the good need to be nurtured while the negative need to be stunted.