In the End

Three years ago our family was faced with a difficult decision. What is the best care for our mother? We toured all the possible local options, but when it came down to it, there was only one facility* willing to take my mother due to the advanced state of her...

What’s in your… bucket queue?

Prolog: Cheryl said she wasn’t sure whether this post belonged on the e-patient blog. It sure does: When lives are prolonged by medical success, we get to do all kinds of things we wouldn’t have. It also belongs here because this short little piece...

“The 100 Percent Organic Man”

Dr. Alan Greene has been on a mission to find out all he can about organic food.  You can read all about his three year journey as “The 100 Percent Organic Man” on the New York Times article and Blog post by Tara Parker-Pope. He just ended a year as the...

An e-Patient Hero Leaves Us

Most of us know Randy Pausch from his video lecture “Achieving Your Childhood Dreams”, taped at Carnegie Mellon as part of their “Last Lecture” series. His hope and optimism in light of a crushing diagnosis brought millions up short as they...

e-Patients Lead The Way at Health 2.0 Conference

The Health 2.0 Conference in San Diego, CA (March 4, 2008) was a buzz with ideas of innovation and connectivity. Matthew Holt and Indu Subalya, MD managed to cram more presentations into one day than most conferences do in two days. The almost-overwhelming day was...

Women Healthcare Executives & e-Patients

e-Patients Scholar, Cheryl Greene presented the e-Patient perspective to women healthcare leaders at X2HN. Her talk titled, Making the Most of Health 2.0, was presented at their annual meeting in San Diego, CA. In the audience was Congresswoman Nancy...

Hey there, e-Patient Dave!

And welcome to “the movement” (his term not ours :-) I love the transformation of your Blog from Patient Dave to e-Patient Dave and want to quote it here for our readers. “… this looks to me like the Sixties motto “power to the people,” made real in the...

Women — You’ve Been comScored!

“Women More Likely to Turn to Internet than Friends or Family for Health Information” according to a January 22 comScore press release. Reading further you find out “The study was designed to help explain how women choose their birth control method … and...
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