Tag Archives: behavior change

Positive Deviance in Healthcare

Blog post by Colin Hung Over the past several weeks I’ve had the privilege of attending several healthcare events including Stanford’s Medicine X (#MedX) and Mayo Innovation’s Transform (#txfm). Both these conferences featured a unique blend of panel discussions and keynote speakers. It was incredibly inspirational and educational to be in the audience. The speakers […]

Small Changes, Big Difference

Blog post by Colin Hung It’s impossible right now to turn on the TV without seeing or listen to the radio without hearing an ad for a gym, a weight-loss program or an exercise equipment maker. Every January we all get inundated with ads that target those of us who have decided to make big […]

Psychologists, Behavioral Health and Primary Care – Oh My!

Blog post by Colin Hung One of the best things about social media is meeting people with different perspectives. I am constantly amazed at all the points of view that people “see” problems. Each of us has a unique lens through which we see the world – a lens shaped by training and experience. A […]

#HCLDR Chat – March 19 2013 – Challenging the fear of HealthIT

A couple of weeks ago, I had the privilege of attending the annual HIMSS conference (aka HIMSS13)  – the yearly mega-gathering of everyone involved or interested in Healthcare Information Technology (#HealthIT). I’m still buzzing from HIMSS13 so I thought it would be nice to discuss the challenges and benefits of Healthcare IT on this weeks’ […]