Author Archives: #HCLDR Moderator

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 […]

Healthcare + TV

Blog post by Colin Hung This is one of my favorite times of the year. September is when the kids go back to school, the air turns crisp and TV shows debut/return. Yes, that’s right, I am old school – I still watch cable TV, but I do timeshift everything and stream a lot of […]

Family Caregiving

Blog by Geri Lynn Baumblatt and Pete Wendel Caregiving is a healthcare issue that tends to fly below the radar but is now impacting more people as our U.S. population age shifts steadily upward. Roughly 10,000 baby boomers have been turning 65 daily since 2011 and about 10,000 more will turn 65 every day for […]

HCLDR + Civility

Blog post by Colin Hung August 2018 marked the 6th anniversary of HCLDR. When we started, I never thought it would become the community it is today. I thought HCLDR would be a bunch of friends who would get together for a couple of years to talk about healthcare and after that it would peter […]

What’s It Gonna Take to Get Real Security in Healthcare

Blog post by Nick van Terheyden, MD Last week I attended Blackhat and DefCon two of the biggest security conferences – the latter of these attended by a wide range of security people from both sides of the fence. While they are not healthcare focused there were many presentations centered on healthcare ranging from: Remote […]

The Changing Face of Medicine: Part Two

We are really excited for this week’s HCLDR chat. We welcome back a past host – Dr. Minerva Romero Arenas @minervies and the fantastic team from the Association of Women Surgeons (AWS). Dr. Arenas last hosted HCLDR in 2014 when we discussed the growing diversity in healthcare. A lot has happened since 2014. We are dealing […]

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 […]