Blog post by Colin Hung A friend of mine who is not active on social media recently asked me a question that took me a long time to answer – Are social media relationships different than other relationships? It was a fascinating question and one that I had not given a lot of thought to. […]

Blog post by Colin Hung Last week, a close friend of mine was telling me about “an amazing experience” that he had at a doctor’s office. He arrived 10 minutes before his appointment and was floored by the modern furniture and welcoming décor of the waiting room. The room was full of up-to-date reading material […]

Blog post by Colin Hung One of the best things about social media is meeting people with different perspectives. I am constantly amazed at all the points of view that people “see” problems. Each of us has a unique lens through which we see the world – a lens shaped by training and experience. A […]

Blog post by Colin Hung Learning and adopting best practices from others is often sage advice. After all, why invent from scratch when you can stand on the shoulders of those who have done it before? No matter what industry you work in you will hear repeated calls to “look beyond the border” to other […]

Blog post by Colin Hung Next week is the unofficial start to summer here in North American – with Canada Day falling on July 1st and Independence Day on July 4th. These holidays represent the mid-point of the calendar year and is the first chance for many to take a break and get away from […]

Blog post by Bernadette Keefe MD All of us have personally known or heard the familiar drill. Dad couldnʼt find his way home. Mom didnʼt recognize her best friend. More and more memory lapses are occurring. Thereʼs a kitchen mishap. Finally the trip to family doc with the dreaded questions: Is It Alzheimerʼs? Is It Dementia? The answer […]

Blog post by Colin Hung Last week’s #hcldr chat on Emotional Support For Patients, Families and Clinicians After An Adverse Event featured special guests Linda K Kenney (@lindakkenney) and Winnie Tobin (@wntobin). Both are from the MITSS organization out of Boston which helps healthcare providers implement programs to help people after an error has occurred. […]

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