With my colleague and collaborator / protector Vince Golla (@VinceGolla) I had the opportunity to:
- Visit the Kaiser Permanente School of Allied Health Sciences for the first time (and there is one)
- Dialogue with the current students about using social media as health professionals and citizens
Innovation continues to be difficult, I still don’t know exactly what it is, I just know what I am, and therefore a network serves a great purpose.
Also thanks to the team at Dell Medical School (@DellMedSchool) for hosting us for a tour on the last day, in collaboration with our other hosts Seton Health and Ascension (@setonfamily @Ascensionorg). Photos of our time at Dell Medical School are below.
Thanks, Design Management Institute (@DMIfeed) for awarding KPLantern a Design Value Award for 2016.
– Kaiser Permanente is the nation’s highest performing health system
– We know there are problems that can’t be solved with medical care alone
– Lantern was the opportunity for someone like me, a family medicine physician, to work with Chris McCarthy (@McCarthyChris) and our amazing design consultancy (led on this project by Dana Ragazeous) to change the face of health, within one of the most important civil rights issues of our time
Actually they are all stars to me. It was a nice and welcome surprise to have Jesse Ehrenfeld, MD, MPH (@DoctorJesseMD) join us, as the guest of Hassan Tetteh, MD (@DoctorTetteh).
MakerDocs make things, often things the rest of health and health care doesn’t know they need, until later.
What a special treat to receive this in the (regular, not electronic) mail – it’s the Year in Review for the Kaiser Permanente Innovation Consultancy (@KPInnovation).
The consultancy is special to me because Continue reading→
We’re continuing to get together in 2016, and it’s true that when it comes to innovation, clinicians think differently, just put them in front of a patient and watch, as Brian Miller, MD (@4_betterhealth) demonstrates with Leo. Also pictured, Nishi Rawat, MD Continue reading→