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“History isn’t something you look back at and say it was inevitable” : Life and Times of Marsha P Johnson



Marsha P Johnson

Marsha P. Johnson 1944-1992 …it happens because people make decisions that are sometimes very impulsive and of the moment, but those moments are cumulative realities… The quote is from the documentary “Pay it No Mind: The Life and Times of Marsha P. Johnson” who was a revolutionary trans-activist, Stonewall-instigator, and in many ways a co-creator » » » » on to the full article

Walking meetings: New office phenomena – Videos – CBS News



Walking meetings: New office phenomena – Videos – CBS News. Great job by Susan McGinnis (@SusanMcGinnis) and team. Come back and help spread health soon, we have tons more to show Similar Posts: #WalkingMeetings – story coming to your local CBS Station The contagion of walking meetings Contagion – Walking Meetings – Walking Summit 2013 » » » » on to the full article

Kaiser Permanente’s Fake Hospital | Acumen | OZY



Kaisers Fake Hospital | Acumen | OZY. Well, I wouldn’t call it “Fake” as much as “simulated”. Our awesome sibling innovation center, the Garfield Innovation Center (@KPGarfield) is featured in the video piece below, featuring innovationero Sean Chai, who’s also on faculty at the Center for Total Health (@KPTotalHealth) in Washington, DC (naturally). Similar Posts: » » » » on to the full article

Video Friday: Edith Bunker, Transgender Ally, 1977; Jeff Platt, Ally, 2014



Edith's Crisis of Faith - Part 2 - Clip

I’m putting the finishing touches on the discussion I’ve been posting about here in prep for the Kaiser Permanente 2nd Annual LGBTQI Health Symposium in Universal City, California, next week (More info about the Symposium itself here). I’ll be talking about being an ally to people who are transgender, which has been an incredible journey, » » » » on to the full article

Seeing the future 45 years later at the Brookings Institution: CHF and Payment Reform



When I was at the Brookings Institution ( @BrookingsInst @BrookingsMed )with fellow Permanente physician, cardiologist Priti Sood, MD, for MEDTalk: Treating Congestive Heart Failure and the Role of Payment Reform | Brookings Institution, this quote immediately came to mind: We believe any group of physicians, or a foundation working with physicians, can easily duplicate the » » » » on to the full article

Rand Paul speech alludes to unconscious bias



I was impressed at this part of the transcript, widely broadcast today (i.e. I did not watch the speech, I don’t post things on this blog that are political in nature, and this should not be considered an endorsement for any candidate) which alludes to the challenge of unconscious bias in our society today, without » » » » on to the full article

Photo Friday: The end of discrimination in health care for people who are transgender, Washington, DC USA



View Prohibition of Discrimination in Health Insurance based on Gender Identity or Expression 38025 on Flickr.com This weeks photograph was taken in the Mayor Vince Gray’s (@mayorvincegray) ceremonial office, in our nation’s capital (of course) Almost to the year, I wrote this post: When does it get better for trans* people? | Ted Eytan, MD. » » » » on to the full article