tl:dr – click here I’ve been heard here on the topic of getting a barcode tattooed on my neck to avoid having to fill out another one of those damned forms-on-a-clipboard at a medical provider’s office. I’ve also been heard
There’s a wave building far out in the virtual sea. One that will drown out all other voices but those of 1 million cancer warriors marching on the National Mall in Washington DC on Sunday, June 3, 2012. It’s an
I read a lot. I read a lot of healthcare-tech stories, since what will save healthcare in the US (and everywhere else) is technology that eases and facilitates communication between clinicians and patients, clinicians and clinicians, and patients and patients.
“It’s in my DNA.” You hear people say that all the time about something they love to do, a passion, an attitude. There are things that actually are in your DNA that could save you money, and even save your
OK. The Month of Pink is over. Now it’s time to get serious. November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, the support ribbon is clear. Get one thing perfectly clear: lung cancer is a killer. Lung cancer kills more women than breast