Monthly Archives: May 2018

The Shell Game of Healthcare Insurance

Blog Post by Joe Babaian What you discover about life’s shell game is that it’s hardest to follow the pea when you’re the pea. ~ Robert Breault For many of us, this week in healthcare means the beginning of summer – the conference circuit slows just a bit, families & individuals often travel, work enters […]

At the Margins of Healthcare

Blog post by Colin Hung. I recently had the privilege of attending the annual Cinderblocks event in Grantsville MD. Organized by the incredible Regina Holliday, this event is a blend of art school, community town-hall, healthcare update, and patient rally. It is definitely not your typical healthcare conference. This was my third year attending and […]

Changing The Mental Health Conversation

Blog post by Karen Ranus of @NAMIAustin. Introduction by Joe Babaian. This week on #hcldr we are excited to have Karen Ranus, Executive Director of NAMI Austin with us. Karen is also one of the outstanding speakers this month at the 2018 What’s The Fix? Healthcare Conference live in Austin and online streaming this Thursday, May 17th. Please don’t […]

Brain Function Technologies: Benefits to Organizations

Blog post by Paul Swingle, PhD, RPsych, BCN, BCB @drpaulswingle & Elizabeth Hartney PhD, RPsych, BCN, BCB We are both healthcare practitioners (Registered Psychologists) who have worked for years as healthcare leaders, while also practicing a specific psychological approach called neurotherapy.  To those of us who work in both roles, the benefits of neurotherapy to […]

Authentic Listening in Healthcare

Blog post by Joe Babaian Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood – Steven Covey Is your doctor really present during your visit? – Suzanne Koven M.D. The topic of Authentic Listening has become even more important since I originally published this in 2015. We have not yet moved the needle toward true meaningful engagement that […]