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).
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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→
Just taking a little time to talk about innovation in Washington, DC’s historic alleys.
Fontana is legendary in Kaiser Permanente and health innovation: The Roots of Southern California Kaiser Permanente « A History of Total Health | Kaiser Permanente History Blog. It’s definitely on anyone’s list of “places that spark innovation,” which is why I was excited to make the trek. Continue reading→
This time we covered everything from pharmacogenetics to picking up an important clinical pearl – hypothyroid induced myxedema ascites in the post-transplant setting. It’s all in scope in the name of innovation.
Until next month! Continue reading→