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PodCast- Alexis Gilroy, A Leading Telehealth Attorney, On the Changing Innovation Landscape

Alexis Gilroy is a lawyer based in Washington D.C. and a partner at Jones Day. She is a nationally recognized expert specializing...
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Podcast- Deb Dahl: Advice to the Innovator on Working with Healthcare Systems

Deb Dahl has worked for Banner Health for 40 years and is currently the organization's VP of Patient Care Innovation...
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Podcast: The Ex-Communicated Nun – A Conversation with Sr. Margaret McBride

Sister Margaret McBride is Vice President of Mission Integration at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center. She has spent a...
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Healthcare PittStop: 10 years and 2000 proposed innovations at Kaiser- a conversation with Dr. Yan Chow

Dr. Yan Chow is the former Medical Director for Kaiser’s Innovation and Advanced Technology Group (IAT) housed at the Garfield...
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Podcast: Healthcare PittStop, Curating Conversations for Better Care

Several years ago I started blogging, hoping to offer my perspective on some common healthcare problems. Although this platform has...

The “Kindness” App

Sister Margaret McBride has been a senior healthcare executive at Dignity Healthcare for over 30 years. She’s truly focused on...

Adapting to Change: Do You Prefer Cliffs or Slopes?

Lost in the cry for repeal of the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) was last year’s passage with strong bipartisan...

First Airports, Now Hospitals: Privacy & Security vs. Convenience & Care

In healthcare we're constantly balancing privacy and security against convenience and care. In some of my previous pieces, I have...

American Healthcare’s Addiction-The Quick Fix: Pills Versus the Durable Cure

I have a new least favorite commercial. If you watched the Super Bowl last year you might have seen it....

Forget Patient-Facing Apps. Yes, You Read That Correctly.

Blue Touchscreen Smart phones with colorful medical application iconsSeveral years ago both Microsoft and Google invested...

Telemedicine: Competition and Coopetition

In 1985 I had the good fortune to study in Sweden. I made many good friends and loved the natural...
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Hospitals and the Open-door Transfer Policy: Can We Do a Better Job?

Several weeks ago I was presented with a CT scan on a new patient, a young woman with a severe...
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