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Healing Stories Contest

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Health Connections

  • A Life Truly Well Lived In Service To Others: The Passing of Congressman Louis Stokes

    A Life Truly Well Lived In Service To Others: The Passing of Congressman Louis Stokes

    On August 18, 2015, our nation lost one of its most influential and productive voices in the struggle for providing the highest level of health and medical care for ALL Americans. I am proud to say that Congressman Stokes was a friend of mine and I am humble enough to recognize that, as special as he made me feel,...

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  • Some Of You May Find My Keynote Address Comments Interesting From InTouch Health’s 9th Telehealth Innovation Forum

    Recently, I was honored to deliver the keynote address at InTouch Health’s 9th Telehealth Innovation Forum held in Santa Barbara, CA on July 22-24, 2015. My presentation titled “The Landscape for Telehealth’s Evolution: Critical Challenges and New Opportunities”, focused on many of the important strategic challenges relevant to the full flowering of telehealth’s capabilities to produce value in health...

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  • Reminder:  The American Telemedicine Association’s Fall Forum is September 16th-18th in Washington, DC

    Reminder: The American Telemedicine Association’s Fall Forum is September 16th-18th in Washington, DC

    Just a quick reminder to everyone that the American Telemedicine Association’s Fall Forum and National Telehealth Lobby Day is just around the corner on September 16-18, 2015, in Washington, DC. The ATA Fall Forum focuses on specific telemedicine topics and allows attendees to network and make lasting professional connections in a smaller-scaled environment. Tackle telemedicine, telehealth and mHealth industry issues...

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  • We Are Still Falling Short On End-of-Life Care: I Like “The Conversation Project” As A Meaningful Intervention!

    We Are Still Falling Short On End-of-Life Care: I Like “The Conversation Project” As A Meaningful Intervention!

    There is a great resource that can benefit all of us regarding end-of-life wishes for our care.  The Conversation Project, co-founded by Ellen Goodman and Len Fishman, in collaboration with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, provides people with meaningful guidance and information on this sensitive and emotional subject. As stated on their website, “The Conversation Project is dedicated to...

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  • Learning to Cope With Violence and Trauma

    Learning to Cope With Violence and Trauma

    Whether someone is dealing with the psychological trauma associated with natural disasters (see our Institute of Medicine Report, “Healthy, Resilient and Sustainable Communities After Disasters: Strategies, Opportunities, and Planning for Recovery”), or from violence in our communities or war zones, coping with post-traumatic challenges is all too common for far too many people. I found the article, “Coping with...

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  • The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Needs and Deserves Our Support!

    The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Needs and Deserves Our Support!

    I urge everyone to take the time to write their legislators to support funding for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). This Modern Healthcare Editorial by Merrill Goozner, “Save AHRQ; Spend More on Delivery System R&D”, makes a compelling argument as to why this is important to all stakeholders!

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