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What does the term ePatient mean to you?

Recently I was reading about ePatients. To those unfamiliar with the cultural meaning and implications of the term the letter “e-” is broadly interpreted. I was curious and asked some of my family what they think the “e-” stands for. Electronic, engaged, enlightened, and other ideas were generated, but most were guesses.  This makes me […]

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Do nurses work at tech companies?

Health, healthcare and technology are what I’m passionate about. I went to school for nursing because I knew I’d be able to work in hospitals during my degree and have a lot of doors open when I finished. Typically nurses apply to hospital or home care nursing organizations for work when finishing. Yet I often […]

Social media is NOT new, it’s Ancient!

I’ve been talking about social media, well, since before it was social media. I’ve always had a bit of a passion for talking with others about the potential.  In various meetings, with individual executives, undergraduate classes, with student executives and a few other places, I had shared my thoughts. Often I wasn’t able to convey […]

Healthcare Clinical Leadership is Important

Leadership is not just for the board room.

Lately I’ve been listening to a great podcast by Scott Weingart, called the EMCrit Podcast. The show is a great way for physicians, nurses and other health professionals to learn more about high quality emergency medicine. Scott’s goal is “Attempting to Bring Upstairs Care, Downstairs One Podcast at a Time.” This week I came across […]

Changing How We Train Others

Recently I was listening to a great Harvard Business Review podcast interviewing Salman Khan, of the Khan Academy. He said something that really resonated with the way I think and react to meetings and learning. If people are meeting, they don’t need a lecture; if you don’t need them to interact, information should just be in […]