Author Archives: Health

The Stress of the Caregiver: The Most Over-Utilized, Unpaid Stakeholder in U.S. Healthcare

We’ve long know that “the patient” has been an under-utilized resource in the U.S. healthcare system since Dr. Charles Safran testified with that statement to Congress way back in 2004…an era where bipartisanship for health IT was a real thing. Today, with the insights of Alexandra Drane (Founder of ARCHANGELS) and Dr. Nirav Shah (of… Read More »

Looking for book recommendations? 5 top reads every woman should by reading this summer

Looking for book recommendations? Self-confessed bookworm MJ Woodman, whose debut novel Divine is out now, reveals the 5 top reads every woman should be reading this summer   Whether you’re laying on a beach, sitting on a bench in the park or relaxing in the garden, sitting under the summer sun with an un-putdownable book is… Read More »

Zombie health care news

Although I am advancing rapidly into almost complete retirement, there are some days/weeks when I can’t refrain from pointing out some of the troubling health care news I see.  This is one such week. First, the COVID zombie news My local Star Tribune newspaper delivered this front page news: University of Minnesota, Mayo report COVID-fighting success… Read More »