Monthly Archives: November 2015

Popping Pills: A Drugged Nation

Blog post by Bernadette Keefe MD This lets you access 100 % your brain A tablet a day and I was limitless What’s your secret? Medication A perfect version of ourselves…power… What would you do?? -Excerpts from “Limitless” The Movie Trailer Introduction: A pill for every ill. From teenagers to granny, to the pro-athlete, and […]

Thanks and the Future

Blog post by Colin Hung This is a holiday week for our friends in the US. Thursday is Thanksgiving – a day for celebrating with family and giving thanks for the bounty of the year. Because of this I thought we would go with a lighter topic this week on #hcldr – Payment Reform! Just […]

Health Rewards – Useful or Useless

Blog post by Colin Hung. Over the past several weeks, I’ve had a number of conversations online and in-person on the topic of rewards for healthy behavior. I find the concept of “Health Rewards” interesting. As a consumer, I admit that I am motivated by reward programs. I tend to fly the same airline, stay […]

Radiology + Patient & Family-Centered Care

Blog post by James V. Rawson, MD, FACR. Intro by Colin Hung. I am in constant awe of the fantastic people I have met through social media. Never in my wildest dreams could I have imagined the friends and colleagues that I have gotten to know simply because I choose to send out missives in […]

Filling the Post-Operative/Procedure/Visit Void

Blog post by Colin Hung Last week I had the opportunity to attend the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) Annual Meeting. It was the first time at this conference and I was excited to be going. I was anxious to see the latest innovations for patient self-care at home and the latest […]