Monthly Archives: April 2023

Transitional Care: How Can We Make it Better for Patients?

Last month on HCLDR we discussed the ideal patient discharge experience (patient separation for those in the EU and Australia). It got me thinking about another aspect of the patient journey that does not get attention – patient transfers and transitions between healthcare organizations. Last week at the annual HIMSS Conference (HIMSS23) I had the […]

Fear of Missing Out in Healthcare

Blog post by Joe Babaian The Fear of Missing Out or FOMO is commonly defined as: A pervasive apprehension that others might be having rewarding experiences from which one is absent. A desire to stay continually connected with what others are doing. We’ve all been there, or perhaps not – during this high conference season especially! […]

Barriers in Healthcare

Blog post by Joe Babaian A barrier. A path. Who among us doesn’t immediately recognize access denied, forbidden, or discouraged? Who doesn’t feel relief when a path forward appears or is built? This is but one metaphor for an external barrier to healthcare that many face. Some definitions for this chat. External barriers can be […]

Should Patients and Physicians use ChatGPT to Improve Care?

ChatGPT has captured world-wide attention. Entrepreneurs are using it to build businesses. Developers are using it to help write code. Even TV reporters are using it to help craft their on-air stories. The question is not whether ChatGPT will be used in healthcare, but how and where it will be used. It is only a […]