I walked past this sign, welcoming people to Pomona College, in Claremont, California. As our profession thinks about broadening consumer health informatics to help more people (from diverse backgrounds and parts of our society), we should remember to share the added riches of our learning, experience, and ideas for improving health care in trust for mankind. More innovation happens when more is shared, not less. This includes what we did well with, and what mistakes we made.
All I can say is, as a blog headline, "Bear added riches" is more than a little ambiguous. 🙂 Like, huh? Did some grizzly inherit $50 million?
As you can tell, I am not a slogan guy…just appreciative of all of the wisdom in the atmo-blogo-patient-sphere. 🙂