Tag Archives: access to care

Remembering The Forgotten Patients

Blog post by Joe Babaian Hi, I exist.     ~ Said by anyone overlooked, if they could only find their voice During this ongoing pandemic, we see the significant impacts on healthcare, including changing methods of delivery. From telehealth’s vigorous ascendancy (to a plateau of sorts), to in-person clinical care walking the tremulous line of reconsidering […]

The Future of Physician Practices After COVID-19

In many parts of the US and Canada, physician offices have reopened and are seeing patients again. After a long 3 months in lock-down patients and physicians alike are happy to be able to have appointments again – even at reduced capacity and with new safety measures in place. Both the American Medical Association and […]

Role of Patients Seen Through the Lens of The Women’s Suffrage Movement

Blog post by “e-Patient Dave” deBronkart (Introduction by Joe Babaian) Introduction We are honored this week to welcome a very special guest to #hcldr. Dave deBronkart better known as @ePatientDave is a globally recognized advocate for patients. His own healthcare journey propelled him to use his voice along with his singular passion and determination to advocate and push for […]

#HCLDR CHAT – MAR 12 2013 – Alex Blum

This week, Mr. Alex Blum, an active #HCLDR community member, will join us as our guest for Healthcare Leadership Tweet Chat. Alex served in Panama as a Peace Corps Volunteer with the Indigenous Ngobe Tribe. A fluent Ngobe speaker, Alex worked extensively with The Floating Doctors, a medical non-profit in the region, translating from Ngobe […]