Monthly Archives: August 2014
What can we do if a loved one doesn’t want medical help?
Blog post by Colin Hung On Monday August 11th the world lost a great entertainer – Robin Williams. As the details of his death became clearer, his battles with depression and addiction became headline news. Williams’ mental health issues and his suicide were analyzed and re-analyzed by the media with an army of clinical experts. […]
Ending a Patient-Provider Relationship Well vs Committing Medical Adultery
Blog post by Colin Hung Last week, I did something that I am now feeling very guilty about. On Monday, I decided to start seeing a new ophthalmologist without telling my previous doctor that I had decided to move on. At first I thought this wouldn’t be a big deal. I haven’t been seeing my […]
Are well designed healthcare apps just wishful thinking?
Blog post by Colin Hung This week, #hcldr is teaming up with our friends over on #HITsm for a collaborative chat. Much like our collaboration with #InnoPsy, this will be an opportunity for both communities to explore a single topic from multiple points of view. For those that aren’t familiar with #HITsm, it is a […]