The LIN Sessions - How I Work Smarter

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Nurses Edition Commentary

Mizuho Spangler, DO, Lisa Chavez, RN, and Kathy Garvin, RN
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daniel m. -

Has anyone else begun to work with Google Inbox? It's their new email platform that combines checklists with email and does pretty much what this talk is suggesting, except it's free.

-Junk, non actionable, mails can quickly be swiped out of your mind and archived. This can be done to entire "bundles" of certain types of emails, like promotions or social media.
-Automatic "bundling," which is a fancy way of saying folders or tags. This functions seems to work quite well but may require some front end tweeting depending on your degree of OCD.
-Emails that require action, but not now, can easily be "snoozed" for another time of your choosing. The email will pop back up, like a fresh email, when you choose.
-Actionable emails can be "pinned" with a quick note of the action to be taken and become prioritized. These can also be snoozed.
-"Reminders" is essentially a built in checklist app in case you just need to remember to check on a patient in 4 hours or something. It also has snooze ability.
It seems that Google designed this as an in-house hyper user app that they are allowing the general public to use. You have to request an invitation, but I was granted access in about 2 days.
Here is the link: http://www.google.com/inbox/

Thank you by the way for the fantastic content and keeping CME entertaining! I am an Osteopathic intern who was just accepted to an emergency medicine program in Philadelphia. Here's to many more years of excellent learning!

Christie D., M.D. -

Really great session as always. I set up my gmail account as my todo account. Then I made my gmail account my primary account on my iPhone. This way, when I'm driving or too busy to stop and type I tell Siri to email me and can dictate directly to my email address.

Joseph P. M., M.D. -

The stamper with your DEA number is a good idea, but if leave off only the last number, someone could figure it out. The 7th digit of the DEA number is a checksum. To calculate it, add the 1st, 3rd and 5th digits. Then add the 2nd, 3rd and 4th digits, and multiply by 2. Add the two sums, and the last digit of the result will be the same as the last digit of your DEA number.

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