Monthly Archives: September 2016

What to say when the wrong thing was said

This week on #hcldr we welcome special guest host – Sarah Greene @ResearchMatters. Sarah is an active participant in the #hcldr community and has some amazing insights into a variety of healthcare issues. She has chosen a fascinating topic for this week’s discussion – communication errors in healthcare. Blog post by Sarah Greene Good intentions […]

Ten Years of e-Patient Emergence

Blog post by “e-Patient Dave” deBronkart (Introduction by Colin Hung) Introduction We are very honored this week to welcome a very special guest on #hcldr. Dave deBronkart aka @ePatientDave is a globally recognized advocate for patients. His own medical experience propelled him use his voice, his passion and his determination to spur change in the way […]

Healthcare Marketing

Blog post by Colin Hung This week, I am traveling to attend the Society for Healthcare Strategy & Market Development (SHSMD) conference in the lovely city of Chicago – #SHSMD16. The conference starts on Sunday September 11th and runs until Wednesday September 14th. I will be live tweeting from the event using the #SHSMD16 hashtag. […]

The Hidden Mental Health Epidemic

  At #hcldr we spend all of our time talking and listening to everyone we meet in healthcare and other fields. We see the opportunities to bring people together, listening to many points of view. After all, no one has all the answers. Sometimes, in the roar of all the talking, meeting, and sharing, we […]