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Patients have to speak up to be treated like human beings


I was diagnosed with clear cell adenocarcinoma of the ovary, aka ovarian...

by Mary August 15

An interview with Andrew Richards


Our first year of What’s the Fix welcomed an awesome group of speakers...

by Anna Greene August 10

Catching up with Amy Gleason after #WTFix


After What’s the Fix ended and we all had a little time to catch our...

by Anna Greene August 8

#WTFix Tweet Chat Recap: ePatient Dave deBronkart


e-Patient Dave’s bottom line: WAKE UP! Earlier today we had an...

by Anna Greene July 26

Is this healthcare’s “White Rabbit” moment? #WTFix?


A half century ago I was 17 and the world was about to turn inside out -...

by Dave deBronkart July 20

Finally, people recognizing people


There are a lot of awards in health care Awards for best web sites, best...

by Burt July 18

#WTFix Wednesday Tweet Chat with e-Patient Dave deBronkart


We're thrilled to not only to announce that our first-ever #WTFix...

by Anna Greene July 12

What’s next for What’s the Fix? #WTFix Wednesdays!


Since the What's the Fix conference wrapped, we’ve been busy...

by Anna Greene July 12

What’s the Fix?: A Recap


On June 14, we asked the health care industry to stop talking to itself...

by Burt July 5

The advocate’s guide to reporting live from conferences and events


Reporting live from an event is a way of engaging your followers by...

by Marie Ennis-O'Connor June 27

We’re committed to changing health care!


Why are we asking you to make a commitment to change health care –...

by Anna Greene June 19

What’s the Fix? 2017: Morning recap


It has been such an incredibly inspiring morning here in Seattle, and we...

by Anna Greene June 14