Monthly Archives: August 2016

Where are the nurses?

We are very honored to have Pamela Ressler (@pamressler), Founder Stress Resources, Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine–Pain Research, Education and Policy Program, return as an #hcldr guest host this week. She is preparing for her panel at the upcoming Medicine X at Stanford University conference and she asked if she could host #hcldr to […]

Attitudes Towards Health Data

Blog post by Colin Hung For the past sixteen days, I have been glued to my TV and phone watching the Olympics. It’s the intensity of the competition that I love seeing. I cheer most loudly for Canadians, of course, but I do enjoy watching athletes from other countries achieve their gold medal dreams. Seeing […]

Social Media as Healthcare’s Town Square

    What a summer so far! At the speed of light, the world watches the Olympics as the epitome of sport while at the same time watching American politics turned on its head in a new paradigm (regardless of your political persuasions). What’s this have to do with Healthcare, Social Media, & Town Squares? […]

What healthcare can learn from Olympians

Blog post by Colin Hung This week marks the start of the games of the XXXI Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro. Over 11,000 athletes from 206 nations will be competing for top honors in their sport. Collectively these elite athletes represent the pinnacle of their respective sports. In honor of the Olympics I thought it […]