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Lightning in a bottle: The power of commitments


The power of the brainstorm comes from the raw chaos of mental energy,...

by Naveen Rao May 23

Mother knows best: What health care can learn from “Dr. Mom”


Mother’s Day is a chance for many of us to take a moment to reflect on...

by Naveen Rao May 11

My mother’s story: We’re people, not products


Mother’s Day is a time to show appreciation for the special women in our...

by Lacie Beck May 10

Humor is powerful in healthcare, but stories will change the industry.


A few weeks back, I put a few questions out to the Twittersphere to see...

by WheezyNurse May 5

The FDA’s mirror moment: Will a new office reflect patients’ needs?


The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has proposed creating a new office...

by Naveen Rao May 2

What to expect at What’s the Fix? Part II: Afternoon agenda


What’s the Fix is a conference specifically created to bring stories to...

by Anna Greene April 26

Personalized care in a specialized world


"Or I guess it might be cutaneous T cell lymphoma " I'm seeing a...

by MattAW April 13

What to expect at What’s the Fix? Part I: Morning sessions


Health care is nobody’s idea of a picnic – and we all know it  No one...

by Anna Greene April 4

Not taking “I don’t know” as an answer


We’ve all had our own “what the health care” moments I’m pretty...

by Burt March 31

Health care has a person/problem conundrum. So, What’s The Fix?


The health care industry is on fire Washington DC has become lost in an...

by Naveen Rao March 21

If an appendix explodes in the woods and nobody hears it…


Deep in the Sierra Nevada’s while installing a metal roof onto a tiny...

by Matt Hoiland March 16

What’s your health care superhero name?


We're all about #WhatTheHealthCare, and now we’re focusing on...

by Anna Greene February 17