Nikolai Kirienko, Crohnology.MD Project Director, is setting a new standard for transparency in research and innovation as he blogs about his work with Project HealthDesign: On days where I could have benefited from the feedback of [Observations of Daily Living] the most, I was the least likely to be recording them. Why? On the worst […]
Update: National Cancer Policy Forum published a book based on the workshop, A Foundation for Evidence-Based Practice: A Rapid Learning System for Cancer Care, which you can buy, read online for free, or download as a PDF. The discussion portion of this panel was captured in a short video. ___________________ The Institute of Medicine’s recent […]
CNN’s Elizabeth Cohen makes a compelling case in her column today: How to get Kennedy-esque health care on your budget. Anyone with internet access can gather the information they need to make better health decisions, as e-Patient Dave and Karen Parles did, and refuse to take “no” for an answer, as Sen. Kennedy did.
Here is my third post in a series of look-backs at the November 2008 Chronic Disease Care conference in San Francisco. (OK, yes, it’s now January 2009 — I’m savoring the experience, not Twittering it!) The first post was about spreading improvement beyond early adopters, the second was devoted to patient voices, and this will […]
Andrew Schorr is the founder of Patient Power, LLC, and shares this dispatch, his second for e-patients.net: I had a whirlwind weekend at the Moscone Center in San Francisco where I broadcast five and a half hours of live interviews with leading hematologists and hematologist/oncologists on the latest news in a variety of chronic conditions. […]
Congratulations to our own John Grohol, CEO & Publisher of Psych Central, which has just been named one of the 50 best websites by Time magazine! (Check out the rest of the list. I’m having fun reading up on food ingredients on Zeer.)