Monthly Archives: July 2013

July 30th Chat – Specific Feedback to help us Feed Forward

Blog by Lisa Fields Linda Stone (@lindastone) shared a terrific blog in a recent tweet: Short Sweet Post RT @Jasonfried Some great advice we got from #JeffBeros Jason captured the insight and wisdom of Jeff Bezos during his recent visit to 37 signals. “He’s observed that the smartest people are constantly revising their understanding, reconsidering […]

July 23rd Chat – Healthcare Price Transparency

Colin Hung Since the dawn of shopping (okay maybe a slight exaggeration), consumers have compared prices. Whether it was for papyrus, chickens, cars or flat screens, we have always sought the best price. Yet when it comes to healthcare we, as consumers, rarely think of the true cost of the procedures and the prescriptions given […]

July 16th Chat – Bringing “the crowd” to medical research philanthropy

Guest Blog by: Molly Lindquist & Scott Finkelstein ( I grew up knowing that my Grandma Caroline passed away from breast cancer at the age of 46. She died six months after the death of my grandfather from esophageal cancer in 1955, orphaning my dad at the age of eight. That is why, when I felt […]

July 9 Chat – The Science of Improv

This week Healthcare Leaders is once again exploring medicine and music. Tonight we’re going to explore the science of improv. I’ve been interested in drumming circles since I first saw my friend @JordanEM LIVE tweeting from the @AMTAInc Conference last year. I’ll never forget the tweets and pictures I saw during an evening drumming circle. My […]