Monthly Archives: January 2014
Jan 27th Chat – Controversies Surrounding Brain Death
Blog post by Chris Carroll, MD (#HCLDR Guest) The death of any person is tragic, even more so when that person is a child. Recently, there has been significant media coverage of the case of Jahi McMath, a 13-year old girl who according to news reports, underwent medical procedures to try to improve her obstructive sleep […]
Jan 21st Chat – Strengthening the Provider-Patient Relationship
Blog post by Colin Hung I am guilty of something that I’m embarrassed to admit – I have a better relationship with the couple where I take my dry cleaning than I do with my primary care physician. Isn’t that horrible? I’m in the healthcare IT business and yet I’ve never tried to have a […]
Jan 7th Chat – Resolutions, Focus and Goals – Oh My!
Blog post by Colin Hung At the end of every year at least one of the local television stations airs “The Wizard of Oz”. It’s a holiday tradition. I never manage to sit through the entire movie (too many repeated viewings as a child), but I always seem to catch the part where Dorothy, Scarecrow, […]