Monthly Archives: March 2014

Patient Centered Innovation Take 2 – with Michele Longabaugh – April 1 2014

Introduction by Lisa Fields This past Thursday March 27, 2014 Healthcare Leader #HCLDR was honored when we were given the opportunity to partner with @heydavemathews @erikreinertsen @paparish and other healthcare leaders from the Health Innovation Lab.  This collaboration all began with a few tweets explaining our vision of a patient not only leading a Grand […]

Patient Centered Innovation with Michele Longabaugh RN (aka @CrazyAssCancer) – Thurs Mar 27 2014 @7:30pm ET (GMT-5)

Introduction by Lisa Fields Twitter can be an amazing tool for making our wildest dreams and hopes come true. I believe these Tweets help tell our story for Patient Centered Innovation with our Healthcare Leader friend and colleague Michele Longabaugh also known as CrazyAssCancer on Twitter (See Below). I’m pleased some Grand Rounds are now […]

Seniors in Casino Land: Tough Luck for Older Americans An investigative report By Amy Ziettlow – Mar 25th Chat

Introduction by Lisa Fields Colin and I are pleased to have Rev. Amy Ziettlow as our guest this evening. Amy has become another important member of our Healthcare Leader community by adding another dimension both as a scholar and as a faith leader. When I read her work “Seniors in Casino Land: Tough Luck for […]

A New Beginning for Academic Medicine

Introduction by Lisa Fields and Colin Hung This week #HCLDR welcomes Joanne Conroy, MD Chief Health Care Officer at the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and a frequent contributor to the Wing of Zock blog, as our guest. We are honored that Conroy and the AAMC have chosen our tweetchat to debut their new report on […]

Undercover Boss: Arnold Relman MD – March 11 Chat

Blog post by Lisa Fields This summer a ninety year old gentleman fell down a flight of stairs and broke his neck. Right after his accident he was transported via taxi to the emergency department where the doctors and nurses worked tirelessly to save his life. It must have not taken long for the care […]

Ignorance is not bliss when it comes to Health Literacy – March 4th Tweetchat

Blog post by Colin Hung Last week I had the privilege of attending #HIMSS14 – the annual conference that focuses on innovation in healthcare IT. HIMSS14 was the largest in HIMSS history with over 38,000 attendees and 1,200+ vendors in the exhibit hall. During the conference I had the chance to meet many friends, collaborators […]