Posts Tagged: digital health

Being a Founder and a Female

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I am a founder who happens to be a female. Twice this week I had a conversation about the question I’ve been asked often on panels. The question is some variation of “How do you manage being a female in business?” I don’t like this question. I wish it wasn’t a question that was asked… Read more

Innovating Lives: A Dialogue on Healthcare Innovation

Nurses that provide direct care to patients strive to put their patients first. The patients are why nurses do the work they do each day. Yet, nursing care is not seamless. You may not be aware but nurses are constantly faced with challenges that get in the way with delivering the care patients deserve each day.

What is Informatics?

In the past, I taught Health and Nursing Informatics to graduate (Master’s and Doctoral) students. Many times the students came into the course with very little knowledge of what the course was about or the scope of practice within informatics. We often started the course with a question, “What is Informatics?”

Caring for the Individual Patient and the Patient Population:   The need for both structured and unstructured data

    Earlier this week, I was a patient in need of my annual physical exam. Every time I visit a health care facility as a patient, I gain new perspectives on what I saw, how it made me feel, and identify the broader healthcare implications. I can say that the overall experience was quite… Read more

Nursing workarounds and what they mean for the future of healthcare

Nursing workarounds and what they mean for the future of healthcare.  Last evening, I spoke to a group of approximately 60 graduate nursing students at Northeastern University in Boston MA.  I spoke on the topic of nurse entrepreneurship and intrapraneurship. The faculty members, Dr. Laura Mylott and Dr. Janet Rico wanted to show their students… Read more