Tag Archives: community

HCLDR Conference and Sponsorship?

Blog by Colin Hung July 1st is Canada Day and we’re celebrating our country’s 150th birthday. Up here we’re toasting each other with cups of Canadian beer while enjoying a table full of Timbits, poutine, pancakes covered in maple syrup and buttertarts. This week’s #hcldr happens to fall on US Independence Day – a day […]

Healthcare + Twitter

Blog post by Colin Hung Have we past the Twitter peak? Is Twitter in decline? These were the questions that John Lynn @techguy and I recently debated. We were talking about how each of us were doing more and more outside of Twitter (like Blabs, podcasts and videos) and I made the comment that Twitter […]

Thanks and the Future

Blog post by Colin Hung This is a holiday week for our friends in the US. Thursday is Thanksgiving – a day for celebrating with family and giving thanks for the bounty of the year. Because of this I thought we would go with a lighter topic this week on #hcldr – Payment Reform! Just […]

Tribes & Silos: Let’s Chat!

Blog post by Bernadette Keefe MD     Chat Transcript from 10/20:   http://goo.gl/yKguWv The point is to be together, to mix our differences – @Bionicohand at @iMaginationCtr Introduction During the #HCLDR chat conversation on ‘Positive Deviance” that was held on October 6th, 2015,  (blog post by Colin Hung and transcript) an astute comment was made by Dr. […]

Looking Back in order to Look Ahead

Blog post by Colin Hung Our next #hcldr chat on Tuesday December 23rd, will be the final one for 2014. There will not be a chat on December 30th – we’re taking a one week break. 🙂 For our final 2014 chat, I think it is appropriate to ask the wonderful #hcldr community for thoughts, […]

Online Is Just Courtship…

Blog post by Bernadette Keefe In my earlier days of social media (specifically #hcsm -healthcare social media) I felt that extending the healthcare information reach implied further engagement ONLINE. After all, with so many edifying healthcare tweet chats, a plethora of compelling healthcare conferences, multiple supportive and informative patient/disease chats, and a virtual banquet of […]

Aging & e-Patients: Challenges and opportunities in geriatrics

Blog post by Leslie Kernisan, MD How can we, as a society, as healthcare providers and as healthcare leaders, provide good care to vulnerable older adults? Consider this person: Mrs. A is an 86 year old widow who lives in assisted living. She’s been diagnosed with diabetes, hypertension, atrial fibrillation, COPD, osteoarthritis in her back […]