Category: Patient Empowerment

Mar 07 2017

Your Comments – Loud, Clear, and Acted Upon

There simply are not enough hours in the day. When the “good idea” part of your brain goes into overdrive, and the clock can’t keep up with it, then you’re left with the same 24 everyone else has – with more stuff to do, stuff that takes longer because it’s new. Such has been my …

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Mar 05 2015

Patients Looking Out for Each Other – When Patients Know Best

When oncologists consider recommendations for their patients’ cancer treatment, they will often consider the guidelines published by the National Comprehensive Cancer Network. They expect to find the latest information in effective treatment, based on the best research, along with information they can share with their patients. But it turns out, that may not be what’s …

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Feb 19 2015

Getting Away With Murder? Public Records, New York and Across the US

This post is two things: 1.  A description of the problem which has to do with money, influence, and once again, it’s the little guy who will lose out. 2.  A call to action for those who live in New York State – where the most egregious of examples is taking place now. (And may …

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Feb 11 2015

Chicken Little, Wishful Thinking and the 24 Hour News Cycle

One frightening and frustrating trend we’ve seen since the 24-hour news cycle became a reality (meaning – since we have all gotten used to, and expect, to get our news updated at anytime, day or night, everywhere) – credibility has taken a nose dive. We want to think we can count on the “facts” as …

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Feb 05 2015

Every Patient’s Advocate 2.0 – An Update

Do you ever feel like there just aren’t enough hours in your day, and that you can’t possibly do everything you wish you could do? Not every day, of course!  But yes  – I know you’ve felt exactly the same way. That’s been my constant state now for the last many months. And because each …

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