The following post was written by Alexandra Drane and the Engage With Grace Team. Here’s an image of the slide, and below is the post that many are sharing today. (The original PowerPoint slide is linked within the post.) Please see comments at end.
Archives for November 2008
Josh Seidman asks a very good question that goes toward our discussion of spreading improvement and the digital divide, “If [targeted] interventions… have been shown to have an enormous impact on the health of these populations, maybe Ix and related initiatives can be applied to a wide variety of challenges that underserved populations face — […]
Nancy B. Finn is a journalist with an expertise in the implementation of digital communications in health care and shared this story about personal health records: I was recently hospitalized. Fortunately I did not have to go through the emergency department but was admitted directly to a room. When I arrived, the nurse assigned to […]
David Kibbe’s THCB post, Confessions of a Physician EMR Champion, has stirred debate in the comments section including some key insights from our own Gilles Frydman, who points out the need to add “patients” to the list of stakeholders, and Christine Gray, who writes about cultural differences among male and female doctors in adapting to […]
The California HealthCare Foundation’s Chronic Disease Care conference was so packed with great panels that I needed help choosing my targets. Here is the first in a series of posts about this event. Spreading Improvement: After the Innovators/Early Adopters
Ted Eytan’s Photo Friday features a crowd of chronic disease care providers listening to patients tell their stories — and smiling as they see the impact of what they do. As I wrote in the comments, I’ll post here soon with more notes, but this photo is a good start toward understanding the impact of […]