Tag Archives: hospitals

New Systems – The Future of Hospitals & Institutions

Blog by Dave Chase, Leonard Kish and Colin Hung On Tuesday June 9th, the #HCLDR community gathered to discuss “The New Health Ecosystem” based on the #95Theses work of two healthcare luminaries: Dave Chase and Leonard Kish. [Note: if you missed that chat you can read the highlights on our Storify Summary]. Both Kish and […]

A Legacy of Surgical Outcomes – April 22 2014 Chat

Blog post by Thomas K. Varghese Jr. MD, MS, FACS Ernest Codman MD (1869-1940) was the prototypical genius surgeon. Graduate of Harvard Medical School in 1895, internship at Massachusetts General Hospital, and eventually a member of the surgical staff at Mass General and of the Harvard faculty. His impact was in many fields – shoulder […]

Behavioral Health Integration and Hospital Readmissions – Feb 18 chat

Blog post by Lisa Fields This week’s #HCLDR chat features a guest host: Steven Daviss, MD, DFAPA, is President & Founder of FUSE Health Strategies, CMIO of M3 Information, and former Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center. You may know him as @HITShrink on Twitter. We are honored […]

Feb 4th Chat – The Journey to Patient Centered Care

Blog post by Morgan Gleason. Intro by Lisa Fields. Like so many of us, I was struck by YouTube I am the patient and I need to be heard video filmed by Amy Gleason for her daughter Morgan. My first thought was how tired Morgan looked as she told us how difficult it had been […]

Dec 10 Chat – Work-Life Balance

Blog post by Colin Hung The holiday season is upon us. It’s a time of great celebration, reflection and fun. It is also a time of tremendous stress. It seems that things move faster during the holidays. The days compress, evenings aren’t as relaxing and there’s something happening every weekend. Every year I feel more […]

Nov 5th Chat – The Bunjee Jump (Medical Version)

Blog post by Gia Sison. Intro by Colin Hung. Last week we were privileged to have Dr. Gia Sison as our guest on #HCLDR, It was an amazing and educational chat – one that will be remembered by Lisa and I for a long time. You can read the transcript of that chat here (courtesy […]

Oct 29 Chat – The Jekyll-Hyde Experience – When the doctor becomes the patient.

From Lisa Fields Colin and I are humbled that our dear friend Dr. Gia Sison will be our guest for our first anniversary of #HCLDR. She is one of the most respected physicians on Twitter due to her medical knowledge, content, engaging tweets and ability to develop so many authentic relationships with healthcare leaders all […]