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e-Patients Live Longer Book

Illuminating Books Digital Tools for Healthcare & More

Nancy B. Finn is passionate about utilizing tech to empower and engage patients and ultimately achieve better outcomes. Her healthcare publications, e-Patients Live Longer and Digital Communication in Medical Practice offer valuable insight into how doctors, other providers, and administrators can utilize technology for more efficient and higher-quality care. She has also written about technology and communication in the office setting. Explore this site to learn more about these texts, and contact Nancy with any questions.

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Over 40 Years of Experience 

Open Your Mind To Endless Possibilities

New Updated Version of e-Patients Live Longer, a book for all healthcare consumers to assist them in securing the best possible care, using digital technology tools that sit right in your pocket”

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Over 40 Years of Experience 

e-Patients Live Longer

“Managing Healthcare Using Technology. e-Patients Live Longer Managing Healthcare Using Technology, published by Dorrance Publishing, May 2023 provides patients with essential information on how to use digital tools to better monitor and manage their health and improve their outcomes. Anecdotal stories, hard data, and interviews from experts make this an invaluable resource for every potential patient.”

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Digital Communication In Medical Practice

Over 40 Years of Experience 

Digital Communication in Medical Practice

Digital Communication in Medical Practice by Nancy B. Finn, with coauthor William F. Bria, MD, CMIO, Shriners Hospitals for Children, published by Springer Verlag in May 2009, is targeted to a practicing clinician. 

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The Electronic Office

Over 40 Years of Experience 

The Electronic Office

“Transform Your Healthcare Experience. Office Automation, published by Prentice Hall in 1983, outlines the application of computerization and automation in the business office environment and targeted to both business managers/executives and used as a textbook in college-business”

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Writing Dynamics

Over 40 Years of Experience 

Writing Dynamics

“The Digital Health Revolution is Here. The Importance of Written Communication: A Guidebook to Written Communications in the Office of the 80’s. This book explores the full range of written communication formats: letter, memos, proposals, reports, in the business office of the 1980s. It incorporates clear, concise universal principles of communication”

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Nancy B. Finn

Nancy B. Finn is a journalist, author, and digital health thought leader. She wrote the updated edition of e-Patients Live Longer that helps patients understand how a simple digital tools for healthcare can optimize their health and experiences with providers. She aims to offer well-researched and thought-provoking content about healthcare and how people can monitor chronic conditions for better outcomes.

In addition to her work as a technology and healthcare journalist, she is the founder and president of Communication Resources, a consulting organization. Communication Resources offers advice and training workshops on managing patient information and transitioning to patient-centered care. Learn more about Nancy and her expertise here.

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Testimonials

“Deep domain knowledge, steadfast commitment, and professional follow through and finished work product are often in short supply, but not with Nancy Finn. I have worked with Nancy in digital health innovation and on boards for over a decade. She delivers superlative insights and is a welcome add to any health care innovation or advocacy team looking for incisive analysis that can propel an organization forward and inspire team collaboration” -Joseph T. Co-Chair Society For Participatory Medicine

“Nancy Finn’s extensive experience shows. A diverse audience can find value in her books and writings, the novice and the expert; just in time information and a comprehensive framework. I suggest reading Ms. Finn’s book: e-Patients Live Longer.” -Danny VanL., Patient Advocate. Book Review E-Patients Live Longer, Journal Of Participatory Medicine,.

“Ms. Finn adds a strong and important voice in our Board Room as a member of our Quality and Patient Safety Committee. Her role as a patient advocate is a thoughtful and respected presence that reminds us to always view clinical excellence through the patient’s eyes” -Jeanette Clough. President And CEO Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, MA

“Nancy Finn brings her deep knowledge of and experience with the healthcare system to her leadership role on MHQP’s Board of Directors and Consumer Health Council. Nancy’s passion for helping patients become more actively engaged in their care is infectious, and this passion combined with her skills as writer, and communicator make her someone we can all learn from.” -Barbra Robson. President & CEO. Massachusetts Health Quality Partners (MHQP)

“In this book Nancy Finn, a writer, editor and consultant with a strong background in digital communication technology explains why it is so important to be an e-Patient and discusses the tools that facilitate patient engagement. She brings relevance to provider tools such as e-prescribing, electronic medical records and health information exchanges and even reviews advanced technologies such as telemedicine, home monitoring, robotics, precision medicine and artificial intelligence in health. Technology is important and interesting but is not an end unto itself. It is an enabler of new models of care and can lower barriers to patient engagement. This is why this book is so important to modern patients and caregivers.” -Daniel Z Sands, MD, MPH, Harvard Medical School

Testimonials

“Deep domain knowledge, steadfast commitment, and professional follow through and finished work product are often in short supply, but not with Nancy Finn. I have worked with Nancy in digital health innovation and on boards for over a decade. She delivers superlative insights and is a welcome add to any health care innovation or advocacy team looking for incisive analysis that can propel an organization forward and inspire team collaboration” -Joseph T. Co-Chair Society For Participatory Medicine

Joseph T.
Co-Chair Society For Participatory Medicine

“Nancy Finn’s extensive experience shows. A diverse audience can find value in her books and writings, the novice and the expert; just in time information and a comprehensive framework. I suggest reading Ms. Finn’s book: e-Patients Live Longer.” -Danny VanL., Patient Advocate. Book Review E-Patients Live Longer, Journal Of Participatory Medicine,.

Danny VanL., Patient Advocate.
Book Review E-Patients Live Longer, Journal Of Participatory Medicine,.

“Ms. Finn adds a strong and important voice in our Board Room as a member of our Quality and Patient Safety Committee. Her role as a patient advocate is a thoughtful and respected presence that reminds us to always view clinical excellence through the patient’s eyes” -Jeanette Clough. President And CEO Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, MA

Jeanette Clough.
President And CEO Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, MA

“Nancy Finn brings her deep knowledge of and experience with the healthcare system to her leadership role on MHQP’s Board of Directors and Consumer Health Council. Nancy’s passion for helping patients become more actively engaged in their care is infectious, and this passion combined with her skills as writer, and communicator make her someone we can all learn from.” -Barbra Robson. President & CEO. Massachusetts Health Quality Partners (MHQP)

Barbra Robson. President & CEO.
Massachusetts Health Quality Partners (MHQP)

“In this book Nancy Finn, a writer, editor and consultant with a strong background in digital communication technology explains why it is so important to be an e-Patient and discusses the tools that facilitate patient engagement. She brings relevance to provider tools such as e-prescribing, electronic medical records and health information exchanges and even reviews advanced technologies such as telemedicine, home monitoring, robotics, precision medicine and artificial intelligence in health. Technology is important and interesting but is not an end unto itself. It is an enabler of new models of care and can lower barriers to patient engagement. This is why this book is so important to modern patients and caregivers.” -Daniel Z Sands, MD, MPH, Harvard Medical School

Daniel Z Sands, MD, MPH, Harvard Medical School

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