May 2014

Telemedicine, Aging in Place, more milk

May 21, 2014
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I walked the show floor of the American Telemedicine Association Conference in Baltimore Monday. Lots of ER, operating room and hospital products. A few exercise/wellness products. Lots of talk about connection, integration, systems, clouds, etc. I agree with Elizabeth Patterson from Totier, “More new interesting approaches shining light into the black box”. My interest is […]

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Working in aging is like reading ahead

May 15, 2014
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I often say my work in the field of aging is a lot like reading ahead in the book. I glimpse many what might happens through the lives and stories of my older clients. Is this why I am more comfortable with the evidence of my aging  – stiff and sore joints and muscles, wrinkled […]

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Triple Aim Thinking

May 7, 2014
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The Alliance for Home Health Quality and Innovation released their white paper, The Future of Home Health Care Project at the Rayburn House office building in Washington, DC this week. I was lucky to attend the excellent panel.  The AHHQI is taking a valuable leadership role from a significant, under-recognized perspective. I will stay in […]

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