Monthly Archives: July 2017

Meeting the Patient in Healthcare

Blog by Joe Babaian (For a quick review, view the #Storify summary of the chat!) The good physician treats the disease; the great physician treats the patient who has the disease. ~ Sir William Osler, M.D. Where do you meet the patient? Where do you meet the clinician? Is the playing field level, eye to eye, or […]

Negative or Positive Thinking in Healthcare Easy Choice – Or Is It?

Blog by Joe Babaian Be happy for this moment. This moment is your life.  ~Omar Khayyam The debate over positive thinking versus negative thinking seems to be one with clear lines in the sand. For some, the only way to live is to be relentlessly positive; for others, the drive to see things as they are […]

Competitive Advantages of Digital Healthcare

This week we are excited to welcome Megan Janas (aka @TextraHealth) as our guest host. Megan has been a very active and supportive member of the #hcldr community. Megan is an experienced Competitive Intelligence Analyst who has worked for many years in the HealthIT and services industries. She is currently the Director of Competitive Intelligence […]

Who, Me? Bad Behavior in Healthcare

 Blog by Joe Babaian What we’ve got here is a failure to communicate. ~ Cool Hand Luke The day before the 4th of July, I came across a quote from Reed Hastings of Netflix. I thought I would Tweet it out and share it with #hcldr online – to my surprise, it became popular. This got […]

HCLDR Conference and Sponsorship?

Blog by Colin Hung July 1st is Canada Day and we’re celebrating our country’s 150th birthday. Up here we’re toasting each other with cups of Canadian beer while enjoying a table full of Timbits, poutine, pancakes covered in maple syrup and buttertarts. This week’s #hcldr happens to fall on US Independence Day – a day […]