We recently surpassed the 7th anniversary of the Acumen Blog, and we are very appreciative to have had you along for the ride.
In addition to our readers. we would not be able to sustain our blog without the contributions from our esteemed authors: Terry Ketchersid, Dugan Maddux, and Diana Strubler. We appreciate all your hard work, creativity, and insight into the world of health IT and its intersection with nephrology. Additionally, we are grateful for our guest bloggers this year—Ahmad Sharif, Jeffrey Hymes, and Eddie Hedrick. Lastly, we can’t forget our behind the scenes team: Thank you to Amy Bordoni, the Acumen staff, and our team at McNeely Pigott & Fox. We look forward to another year!
To celebrate our readers and the blog’s 7th anniversary, we are giving away some Acumen swag to 7 of our blog readers!
But first, we would like to take a quick walk down memory lane and share a list of the 7 most popular blog posts from the past year, and some fun facts.
Top 7 blog posts this year:
- Quality Benchmarks: How to Estimate Your MIPS Quality Score
- Clinical Practice Improvement Activities: The New Kid on the Block
- The Human Condition in Structured and Unstructured Data
- The Anatomy of a Certified EHR: What to Expect in 2018
- Acumen Physician Solutions Unveils Acumen 2.0, Powered by Epic
- Advancing Care Information: A Guide Through the New MU
- MACRA: A Summary of the Final Rule
Acumen blog fun facts
Total number of blog posts in 7 years: 571
Blog-views since the beginning: 162,563
Blog-views this year: 31,300
The 7 states with the most readers from this year are:
- New Jersey
As we embark on our 8th year we look forward to delivering pertinent information to our nephrology community as it relates to the ever-changing world of health IT. We are even more happy to have you, the readers, along for the ride and participating in the comments section of our weekly blog posts. Your contribution comments keep the conversation going throughout the week. We truly appreciate you!
To participate in our anniversary giveaway, simply comment on this post with answers to each of the following questions.
- What was your favorite blog topic from the past year? Why?
- What topics would you like to see covered in the year ahead?
- What is the biggest struggle you have regarding health care information technology?
- What is your role in the world of nephrology?
We look forward to hearing from you and continuing the conversation in year 8.