Monthly Archives: June 2016

Healthcare + Twitter

Blog post by Colin Hung Have we past the Twitter peak? Is Twitter in decline? These were the questions that John Lynn @techguy and I recently debated. We were talking about how each of us were doing more and more outside of Twitter (like Blabs, podcasts and videos) and I made the comment that Twitter […]

The Elite Eight

Blog post by Bernadette Keefe MD Introduction In U.S. collegiate sports “The Elite Eight“, are the final eight teams in the national tournament; two from each region. The outcome of those four games becomes, “The Final Four”. In this summer time edition of The Elite Eight, we’re talking about the revered “eight glasses of plain water […]

Following the Leader in Healthcare

We focus a lot on the stars in business and the business of healthcare. It’s human nature to want to follow and emulate the A players – spread the mantras, make the changes, see progress. But is the path so clear as that? Leadership isn’t just about being popular and it’s certainly not about being […]

Too Little or Too Much Health Technology?

Blog post by Colin Hung Our next #hcldr tweetchat – Tuesday June 7th – coincides with Canada’s eHealth conference in Vancouver (#eHealth2016). It is an annual gathering of HealthIT professionals, government policy makers, healthcare leaders and consultants. For the first time I’ll be attending #eHealth2016 as an attendee – no booth to man this time. […]