Patients have to speak up to be treated like human beings

I was diagnosed with clear cell adenocarcinoma of the ovary, aka ovarian cancer, when I was 31 years old. That’s not the point of my story. I was told I was going to have chemotherapy and lose my hair. Still not the point of my…

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An interview with Andrew Richards

Our first year of What’s the Fix? welcomed an awesome group of speakers that were willing to take a risk on a conference that was totally new and that was attempting to do something completely different. We sat down with one of them, Andrew Richards, Chief Technology Incubator Officer at the The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine at Washington State University, to hear about why he was excited to participate and what he’s taken away from the conference.

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Catching up with Amy Gleason after #WTFix

After What’s the Fix? ended and we all had a little time to catch our breath, we started wondering how each of our speakers felt after the event. In this quick interview, we sat down to chat with speaker Amy Gleason, Chief of Staff at CareSync, and ask her a few questions about her experience with the conference.

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#WTFix Tweet Chat Recap: ePatient Dave deBronkart

e-Patient Dave’s bottom line: WAKE UP! Earlier today we had an amazing tweet chat, the first in our #WTFix Wednesdays series, hosted by e-Patient Dave deBronkart. A transcript is below, but after each chat we also want to make sure that each of you walks…

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

A half century ago I was 17 and the world was about to turn inside out – perhaps the biggest cultural upheaval in America’s history. The Summer of Love was just starting in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco, and MY world was just starting…

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