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
Now that the first COVID-19 vaccines are being rolled out, Operation Warp Speed, the FDA, and the CDC have recommended that governors proceed first with vaccinating two groups: healthcare workers and residents in nursing homes. But what about after that? Planning has started in all the states and territories regarding…
COVID-19 has awakened the American public to the need to improve the quality of patient and population health services, advance equity and upgrade quality and outcomes, particularly for people of color , individuals with low income and residents of rural areas. Additionally COVID-19 has demonstrated the fragility of our American…
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…
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.