Monthly Archives: October 2020

COVID-19 Redux – Doing it Different This Time

There can be little doubt now that we are heading into a tough fall and winter. COVID-19 cases are once again on the rise across the globe. Many parts of Europe have already reimplemented lockdowns to reduce transmission and keep their healthcare systems from being overwhelmed. Here in Canada and the US, COVID positivity rates […]

The Three Healthcare Patients

Blog by Joe Babaian Voting begins today in Texas. For me and many more, this means a time to choose our healthcare future. Do we want to have a better, more accessible, and fair healthcare system? Do we? The solution has to be a national decision or not. This led me to think about the […]

Disclosing Illness

This week’s #hcldr topic is one that I have been mulling over for a while. I wasn’t sure how or if I wanted to attempt it, but several events over the past few days have spurred me to make the attempt. So this week, we will be discussing the topic of disclosing illness/impairment. I know […]