Monthly Archives: October 2018

Fear in Healthcare

Blog post by Colin Hung. Since the next HCLDR chat falls on the night before Halloween, I thought it would be appropriate to talk about the parts of healthcare that scare us – as patients, as clinicians, as administrators and as people who work in the industry. Who doesn’t like a good scare on Halloween? […]

Illusion of Choice in Healthcare

Blog by Joe Babaian The illusion of choice is the greatest magic trick ever performed. ― Ziad K. Abdelnour The idea of free will and the meaning of choice have been a philosophical discussion since the beginning of spoken language. I’d like to focus on something a bit less esoteric – choice or the illusion of […]

Nursing Ratios + Healthcare

Blog post by Colin Hung. Last week I attended #SHSMD18 – the annual conference of the Society for Healthcare Strategy & Market Development. While at the event, I had an unexpected conversation with several marketing leaders from hospitals in the US Northeast. They were all concerned about the upcoming vote in Massachusetts on mandatory nursing […]

Importance of Trust in Healthcare

Blog post by Joe Babaian Trust in healthcare – the system and the medical profession is rooted in experience, connections, and perception. Different segments of society have varying levels of trust based on socio-economic status, race, and level of interaction with the healthcare system to name a few. You can see social determinants of health […]

Physician Practices – What does the future hold?

Blog post by Colin Hung. This week I am attending the annual Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) annual conference in Boston. I really love coming to this event as it provides a unique perspective on the world of physician practices – and area of healthcare that often gets overshadowed by hospitals. Since I will be […]