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
When COVID hit the United States in 2020, more than 8 billion internet connected audio-video devices were serving as digital communication tools for people. Today more than 12 billion Internet connected devices are in use. This massive shift to digital technology helped people stay in touch with friends,…
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Climate change is an issue of enormous proportions affecting everyone in the world. We are surrounded by the environment. Factors from floods to fire; from deforestation to industrial gas emissions; from our deep oceans to our land mass result in global warming that impacts our health. Over the past 650,000…
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.