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Ahrefs Home Page!“…Tools to grow your search traffic, research your competitors and monitor your nicheAhrefs helps you to learn why your competitors are ranking so high and what you need to do to outrank them.…”What is Ahrefs.com? (help page)“…What is Ahrefs?Ahrefs is a well-known toolset for backlinks and SEO analysis.At the moment we stand out from the herd of other similar services by the largest base of Live links, huge Index and the best Speed of index updates.We constantly improve all our algorithms to provide our customers with freshest and most actual backlinks data.Apart from that, we try to follow all new tendencies in the world of SEM and SEO and make sure these tendencies find their reflection in new features of Ahrefs.These are some of the handy tools that we currently offer:- with the help of our Site Explorer tool you may easily analyse your site's backlinks profile and the sites of your competitors; this tool will come in handy if you want to explore most profitable keywords for organic and paid search;- our Content Explorer will help you find the most shared content for any topic having the largest amount of shares on social media channels;- Ahrefs Keywords Explorer will help you get relevant keyword ideas and traffic estimations;- Rank Tracker tool allows to track desktop and mobile rankings for any location and get daily/weekly/monthly reports;- Site Audit tool will analyse your website for common SEO issues & monitor your SEO health over time;- Alerts will keep you notified of new & lost backlinks, web mentions and keywords rankings.Ahrefs can easily replace several tools and has already become essential for any SEO since it gives you new ideas for link-building and content analysis; social stats and ratings; export of any data for further analysis on your own; various charts and graphs for visual representation and much more...Aren't you yet with Ahrefs? ;-)…”There’s more than a single tool.They have numerous tools (and sub-tools in some cases), covering;Competitive AnalysisKeyword ResearchBacklink ResearchContent ResearchRank TrackingWeb MonitoringHere’s a bunch of articles (from the AHREFs site!)Help Center - AhrefsThose cover the above tools, plus more.Was there anything else on their site that you didn’t want to read,and wanted someone else to copy and past on Quora for you?

Can you share your optional subject strategy?

My optional subject is Public Administration.I have written four mains with Public Administration as an optional. I got 228 marks in 2015, 297 in 2016, 290 in 2017 and 307 in 2018. Public Administration has always been special to me and this is one subject which never ditched me in Mains exam.My journey with public administration began in the end years of college when I got Laxmikanth public administration book. Over the years I read a number of books, many research papers and have really grown fond of this subject.One thing I would like to state in advance is that I have done very little answer writing as far as optional paper is considered. But I have focused more on approach and analysis, linkage and relevance. I will share all these experiences in this write up and hope that you will benefit from it somehow.To start with, I learnt much of my pub ad from a thread run by @doodlbean maa’m on ForumIAS. I scanned through all 260+ pages on that thread and observed, read, ingrained the right approach towards public administration.In the next few years I built on this foundation, going into details by reading from various sources.Based on my personal journey I would recommend following approach. Aspirants should see if it suits their studying style, time availability and interests. This is only indicative in nature. There is absolutely no need to read some of the books I mentioned if you don’t have time.The essential books: The must read booksAribam-Paper 1 & Paper-2 (One should start with these two books)Administrative Thinkers: Prasad & Prasad (This can go parallel with Aribam if you are new to the subject, otherwise P&P can always be referred to for more in-depth understanding of a thinker)Mohit Bhattacharya: New Horizons of Public Administration (The language of this book is tough, so it should be read after Aribam. 2nd or 3rd reading of the book gives some good conceptual clarity)Shubhra Saxena: Public Administration Super 50 (25-25 topics from Paper 1 & Paper 2 have been dealt in a nice manner, more of a revision and content enrichment book, will help in marks augmentation. This used to be my go to book during the interval between paper 1 and paper 2 on the optional exam day)Vikram Singh: Public Administration Dictionary (Some of the complex concepts have been explained beautifully and a simple manner, quite effective for using them in your answers)Frederickson, Smith & Others: The Public Administration Theory Primer [Some selected chapters of Primer can be done like Postmodern theory (ch 6), Governance (ch 9), future of pub ad (ch 10) etc]Website: https://publicadministrationtheone.blogspot.com(The website is a rich source of various pub ad concepts and is also helpful in quick revision of an entire topic in a 360 degree manner)The non-essential books: Recommended, but they are not necessarily must-read books.Mohit Bhattacharya: Restructuring Public Administration: A New Look (should be read after New horizons, deals with NPM and Post NPM development; concepts like Neo-weberian state (NWS) has been explained beautifully.Mohit Bhattacharya: Social Theory and Development administrationRamesh K. Arora: Comparative Public AdministrationHidden Syllabus :This is what we often hear in pub ad circle that there is a hidden syllabus. Irrespective of whether it is there or not, following things/names need to be studied, mainly through internet or other books.Following should be looked into :·Public Administration in other countries - the French and American version, Thatcherism and Reaganism and how New Zealand successfully adopted concepts of Thatcher·Minnowbrook 3 and latest advances in the field of Public Administration (You can refer to public administration review (PAR) website)·Thinkers like Marx and his views on Bureaucracy, Hegel, Hayek, Nozick, Friedman, Talcott parsons, Aaron Wildavsky and Budgeting, Waldo,Warren Bennis, Foucalt and his Governmentality concept, Edward Weidner and his contribution to Development Administration, Gunnar Myrdal, Sabatier’s Advocacy Coalition Framework (ACF), Harrold Lasswell and his idea on Policy Science, Estonian Black Box of Policy Making·Gender and Administration, Gender in Administration and Gender and Budgeting etc. (Very well covered in Mohit Bhattacharya: Social Theory and Development administration)·Ferrel heady and his contribution to Comparative Public Administration·Concepts like Neo Classical Theorists, Neo Marxism, Post Structuralism, Post Modernism, Pareto Optimality, Critical Theory, Habermas, Contingency vs Strategic Contingency , Neo Taylorism and Gramsci’s criticism of Taylor, Taylorism and recent best practices like Toyota Production System, Kaizen, Gemba etc, Phenomenological approach: Heidegger And Husserl work. asked in 2018 mains)·Amartya Sen & Jean Dreaze vs Bhagwati Sen Debate·Techniques of Administrative improvement - CPM, PERT and how to draw the charts, Gantt Chart, Enterprise Resource Management, SAP, Management Information SystemRoad to good score:1.Use simple language which doesn’t require an examiner to read a particular sentence twice. Simplicity is the function of your understanding and conceptual clarity. Build upon it.2.Introduction should be sharp and focused. Don’t beat around the bush. Also, for 10 marker try to come to the main body in the very next paragraph as time and space is limited. In 15/20 markers, one can elaborate the same point in little bit more details compared to a 10 marker.3.It often happens that we approach question tangentially, meaning that we use the concepts but somehow it is not answering what has been asked. So using the keywords of a question in your answer would help in ensuring that diversion doesn’t happen in the answer.4.For paper 1, contemporary examples, especially from Indian Administration will surely boost your marks. Hence keep an eye on happenings in Indian administration and link it with Paper 1 thinkers and theories. Example: Use of MIS in district administration is an example of New Public management (NPM), Social audit is a tool to take feedback from environment (People, civil society) and make administration more transparent (moving from a closed system to an open system) etc. Similar linkages can be thought of.5.For paper 2, try to link with paper 1 concepts and thinkers as far as possible. For example for 2016 Pub ad paper-2: defense ministry/home ministry question..Likert’s linking pin mechanism can be used to improve policy making process in India, officials from two overlapping ministry can work jointly on a policy like border management in remote areas (defense ministry and home ministry).6.Use of constitutional articles: If there is a question on governor, the starting line can be : Article 153 states that there shall be a governor for each state. Similarly, article 163 for Council of minister, article 169 for state legislative council, article 279A for GST council etc should be used.7.Use of 2nd ARC recommendations, Punchhi commission recommendations, Sarkaria commission recommendations would augment marks. Aribam covers selected chapters of 2nd ARC in the end of both books. Those must be done thoroughly. Also, it is recommended that you read original chapters and make some concrete notes. This will improve your understanding.8.Use Flow charts and Diagrams wherever possible. They will help you to present your answer in a better way and you can save lots of time. For example, Barnard’s contribution-satisfaction equilibrium can be shown using a balance (remember that justice lady using that tarajoo..balance). Write Contribution on one end and satisfaction on another end. Similarly, PRIs and Social Audit can be linked with Sherry Arnstein’s participation ladder. Draw a ladder and show how true empowerment happens through participation.9.Try to quote one example as far as possible for all answers. This will mean you need to have a collection of examples. Keep an eye on best practices (Some best practices which I had collected are 1.Vadodara's One day governance model(ODG) 2.Gujarat CM's citizen access approach: SWAGAT Project 3.UP's grievance redressal project: Lokvani Project 4.Nagaland's community Involvement in Elementary education, health services and electricity management: Communitisation Program 5.Some e-governance programms: E-Mitra-Rajasthan, HARIS-Harayana, SARITA-Maharashtra,FRIENDS-Kerala,GYANDOOT-MP,BHOOMI-Karantaka 6.Bhagidari : Citizens participation in Governance, Delhi 7.Trichi Community Policing model, 8.PRAHARI: Community Policing Initiative in Assam ). Keep collecting similar examples and also work on their linkages: (Compassionate Kozikhode project..Can you link it with Perry’s Public service motivation model (PSM)?)10.Have a good peer group and discuss about topics and questions regularly. Confluence of various ideas will do magic on your answer. This can be done either on ForumIAS (now quest platform) or on telegram. Also, you can form a very close group of 3-4 friends apart from these platform and discuss everything with them. I have benefitted immensely from these associations and I am highly thankful to all my friends for their help and co-operation.11.Though I didn’t do much answer writing practice for optional I highly recommend that you do practice answer writing on a frequent basis. It is also good to join any test series so that someone would correct your presentation. Additionally you should go through the toppers copy, try the questions first and learn from their approach. If there is a good diagram, you can practice and internalize it. Keep collecting such flowcharts and diagrams. This is called cumulative learning from community (to use the pub ad terminology: network learning )My marksheet

What product is ElationEMR building?

We’re building software to help doctors care for their patients. The core of Elation’s focus is not on aggregating medical data or extracting the last drop out of billing rules or enforcing workflows that we think will make healthcare more efficient. We focus on the relationship between a doctor and a patient and on doing everything we can to aid that relationship with software.Conan and Kyna started Elation because the current state of the medical software world is, frankly, sad. In 2008, Conan was a healthcare management consultant and had drunk the kool-aid about the wonders of healthcare IT. He asked Kyna to check out EMRs (electronic medical record systems) for their skeptical father, a primary care physician in Walnut Creek, since she had been helping run the practice for many years. Kyna demoed every system she could get her hands on. It was clear that every option would slow Dr. Fong down and leave him unable to deliver the same level of patient care he prided himself on. Conan refused to believe that things could be that bad–this was a comparison against paper, after all! So when he next came home for the holidays, the two of them sat down together and re-demoed every EMR available to small practices, until he reluctantly ceded the conclusion.... Adopting any of these options would mean seeing fewer patients or bringing on another permanent staff member. This was supposed to be the future?There’s an odd dissonance regarding the slow adoption of software by the medical world. In the consumer software world, it’s taken for granted that if you can’t get people to adopt your product, it’s because the software’s lacking: it doesn’t solve real problems, it’s ugly, it’s expensive, it’s complex… there are a lot of reasons tools can suck. For some reason, though, when doctors fail to adopt new software, they’re dismissed as luddites. Of course, the problem couldn’t be that these pieces of software are so fundamentally terrible that most leave physicians less efficient than they were on paper [A].The Elation Team spent many, many hours shadowing physicians. (In fact, one of the last steps in our interview process for every role is shadowing an Elation user. It’s important not to forget that our product’s role is to fade into the background so our users can focus on their patients.) We focused in particular on understanding the way that physicians use their paper records and incorporating that knowledge into our interface (because most technologists underestimate paper [B]). With the lessons from that research in mind, we focus really hard on four things:1. Producing software people actually enjoy (and understand).Our users literally live in our software for 6-10 hours a day, and our goal is to maximize the time they can spend taking care of patients. We see Elation as a digital lever arm (http://www.palantir.com/2010/03/friction-in-human-computer-symbiosis-kasparov-on-chess/) for our physicians – helping them outsource the tasks computers do best to computers, so that they can focus on the patient care that only they can provide.That means our software needs to be really intuitive: our physicians (including converts from both paper and other electronic systems) only need 30 minutes to learn to use Elation in their practice, and “staff training” means a 7 minute video. None have had to reduce patient volume.2. Primary care as the battleground for the future of healthcare.Healthcare is shifting its focus from episodic, acute care to chronic, longitudinal care, and the primary care physician is the critical player in the new healthcare landscape. Primary care physicians have the broad understanding of and established relationships with patients required to develop and implement the strategy for achieving a patient’s health goals. To effectively coordinate a strategy, they must consume an enormous amount of information and be able to act upon that information quickly.We want to equip these physicians with the technology to effectively deliver information to caretakers they enlist while maintaining up-to-date knowledge of their patients. And we want to help turn around our fragmented medical system by providing patients and physicians with the most complete representation of their medical existence possible–primary care is the place to win that fight. (Also see Dr. Laszlo Tamas' answer to How important is a primary care physician?)3. A magical transition.Users can just show up at our site, sign up online, authorize us as a business associate, and we will automatically pre-populate their patients’ historical lab reports, prescriptions filled at pharmacies, and demographics, giving them 80% of the value of their historical charts with no manual work. Starting to use an electronic system shouldn’t mean months of preparation.4. Workflow agnosticism.We’ve spent many hours shadowing physicians, and we talk to our physician advisors and users constantly, but we’re not physicians. We’re not out “in the field” caring for patients every day, and it’s not our place to dictate how our users should be doing their jobs. If they want to jump back and forth amongst the sections of their visit note, they should be able to easily. If they want to have a new order open and an old visit note visible and a summary of the patient’s medication history and an unfinished note from an appointment today open – also fine by us. We want to provide the most flexible environment possible for our users.We’re certainly far from perfect, but we’re constantly working to improve. We have an interactive demo at https://www.explore.elationemr.com/ if you want to see more. And if you’re the kind of person who can’t use anything without thinking of four ways it could be better (and you just aren’t excited about building the next social game or ad targeting system) drop us a line ([email protected])!----------------------------------------------------------------------A. How bad is the current state of EMRs?“[R]espondents experienced a significant reduction in productivity, at least through the implementation and acclimation period. Medical practices reported decreases in physician productivity of up to 15 percent, usually lasting a year or more.” [1]“[E]ven though secondary work (audit, research, billing) may be made more efficient by the [Electronic Patient Record], primary clinical work may be made less efficient.” [2]“Interviewees reported that most physicians using EMRs spent more time per patient for a period of months or even years after EMR implementation.” [3]“It is recommended that the clinics reduce their patient load by 50% during the first week of implementation and by 20% during the second week of implementation to allow time for staff to gain familiarity with the system.” [4]Dr. David Chan's answer to “How many doctors are satisfied using EMR/EHR systems?” on Quora [5]Software that makes users less efficient is doing it wrong. EMRs are often also expensive [6a] and enforce arbitrarily limiting workflows built by people with no clinical experience [6b].----------------------------------------------------------------------[1] http://srssoft.com/assets/files/MGMA_Landmark_Study.pdf[2] http://srssoft.com/assets/files/Milbank-Quarterly-Report.pdf[3] http://content.healthaffairs.org/content/23/2/116.full[4] http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1618740/[5] David Chan's answer to How many doctors are satisfied using EMR/EHR systems?[6a] “According to one study, initial costs for software-based EHRs ranged from $15,000 to $50,000 per physician in small practices. In addition, practices can fail to anticipate the hidden costs of the EHR, such as ongoing maintenance, upgrade fees or additional IT support and staff. Despite such high costs, traditional vendors have few incentives for delivering a promised return on investment (ROI). Because the practice invests heavily up front, the vendor has little motivation to provide excellent service after implementation. And once the EHR is installed, it is usually up to the practice to provide, or pay for, IT support for software and hardware, interface management, data set management, and scanning support.”http://www.himss.org/content/files/EHR/AthenaHealth_8TipsSuccessfulEHRAdoption.pdf[6b] “Most EHR software focuses primarily on the physician exam, creating an electronic interface for the physician to document everything in the patient encounter. These EHRs encourage doctors to adopt the full electronic encounter immediately, which fundamentally changes their encounter workflow (and not always for the better).”http://www.himss.org/content/files/EHR/AthenaHealth_8TipsSuccessfulEHRAdoption.pdfhttp://www.himss.org/content/files/EHR/AthenaHealth_8TipsSuccessfulEHRAdoption.pdfThere are lots more potential citations supporting these claims; I just wanted to include a few examples as launching points for other knowledge-nerds on Quora like me.----------------------------------------------------------------------B. More details on paper:There will probably never be an EMR platform which matches the representational flexibility of paper (“users” can write, draw, and circle wherever they want; and pretty much any doctor can grab any other doctor’s paper charts and figure out how to “use” them). People also get very good at flipping pages quickly to cross-reference information across time periods. Of course, digital systems have huge advantages over paper – searching, potentially flexible views of data, the ability to link related pieces of information, access rules… but that stuff is obvious to this audience. The upsides of paper probably aren’t.

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