Experiments in Remote Nursing

By:
Don Wickelgren
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January 20, 2023
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Remote Work
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Marketplace has a podcast out talking about a new AI system from Care AI. It is a platform that provides the ability for a remote nurse to be in patients' rooms and speak to and see them. What this system does is take over the non-critical but observational tasks with patients in a facility, freeing up the in-person nurses to do the essential hands-on care.

WFH City Transformation

By:
Don Wickelgren
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October 31, 2022
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Remote Work
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I love Freakonomics Radio and have been listening for about a decade.

How to Plan for Outages While WFH

By:
Don Wickelgren
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August 5, 2022
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Remote Work
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I've been working from home continuously since 2001—sporadically even before that.

Show You're Engaged at Work

By:
Don Wickelgren
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April 30, 2022
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Remote Work
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Although we've been working at home for more than 2 years now, there are still some protocols that we need to learn.

Remote Work

By:
Don Wickelgren
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March 19, 2022
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Remote Work
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There are many and varied reasons as to why and how remote work is successful.

Being Virtual While Being in the Office

By:
Don Wickelgren
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March 11, 2022
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Remote Work
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Given that staffing is difficult, the pandemic is risky and the work that reception does is all within a computer system...

WFH is More Common Than You Think

By:
Don Wickelgren
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January 27, 2022
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Remote Work
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I was a bit surprised by this statistic. There aren’t any good measures by the government at this point

Remote Work Keeps Changing

By:
Don Wickelgren
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January 6, 2022
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Remote Work
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In the 1990s, when I was working on the commercial Internet at IBM, I opened the door in a room and saw it filled with South Asian programmers. At that time I realized that the work I was doing was going to be done remotely. I decided to develop more of a domain skill rather than just a technical skill.

Virtual Work Requires New Skills

By:
Don Wickelgren
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June 3, 2021
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Remote Work
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We’ve been working virtually on fire for a decade. We’ve had a lot of stumbles, lack of awareness of client’s view leading to high turnover, client staff actively undermining virtual staff, and many more lessons both big and small.

WFH Post-COVID

By:
Liezel Porras
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April 15, 2021
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Remote Work
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Nicholas Bloom, an Economics professor and a WFH expert, foresaw WFH before it became significant.

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