About the Author
Nancy B. Finn is a writer and thought leader on the impact of digital communication on organizational behavior, health care and patient care. She is the Founder and President of Communication Resources, a consulting organization that offers advice and training workshops on the management of patient information and the transition to patient-centered care, For several years she held senior corporate marketing/marketing communication positions in high tech, publishing and financial services.
Recent Blog Posts
Covids-19 has clearly demonstrated that our healthcare system is not addressing the needs of the American people. From shortages of PPE, ventilators, ICU beds, medications, to lack of test kits and a plan for testing, the U.S. has failed its citizens, particularly those who are elderly, Black, Latino and Indigenous…
Last July CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid), acting on orders from the Trump Administration, proposed that the rules that had been put in place by the Obama Administration to curb deadly infections among elderly residents in nursing homes be relaxed. The proposed rules would change a…
The World Medical Innovation Forum (WMIF) was established to spotlight innovation and radical transformation in healthcare. The founders of this unique conference believed that the center of healthcare needs to be a shared, fundamental commitment to collaborative innovation. WMIF brings together senior healthcare leaders from around the world, representing academia,…
President and CEO Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, MA
Elaine M. Wolfson, Ph. D
Founder and President, The Global Alliance for Women’s Health
Massachusetts Health Quality Partners (MHQP)
Co-Chair Society for Participatory Medicine
Danny van L., patient advocate,
Book Review E-Patients Live Longer, Journal of Participatory Medicine.