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    The Ebola Epidemic: From Student Inquiry to Action

    As a public health student, the Ebola epidemic in West Africa has been something that I’ve deeply thought about, especially after recently taking epidemiology and global health. I’ve read several news articles and I’m always left wondering: How did this happen and what could have been done to prevent it? Last Monday, the question I’ve more »

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    “Start Me Up!”

    It’s not often that a speaker is given the opportunity to pick the music to be playing as he ascends the podium to speak. But then again, very few programs attract an audience of 3,500. It was truly an honor to deliver the opening plenary at ACE, the 2014 Allscripts Client Experience conference, in Chicago. more »

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    Carolina in My Mind

    What a great James Taylor song.  When the second largest, not-for-profit, integrated delivery system in the nation decides to commit an entire day to celebrating their progress in the quality and safety arena, this gets North Carolina on my mind!  I had the privilege of being the lunchtime plenary speaker at this 5th annual event more »

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Oct

The Ebola Epidemic: From Student Inquiry to Action

As a public health student, the Ebola epidemic in West Africa has been something that I’ve deeply thought about, especially after recently taking epidemiology and global health. I’ve read...
19
Aug

“Start Me Up!”

It’s not often that a speaker is given the opportunity to pick the music to be playing as he ascends the podium to speak. But then again, very few...
13
Aug

Carolina in My Mind

What a great James Taylor song.  When the second largest, not-for-profit, integrated delivery system in the nation decides to commit an entire day to celebrating their progress in the...
26
Jun

Montgomery “Biscuits” vs. “Mobile Baybears”

A beautiful summer evening minor league baseball game served as the kick-off point for my return visit to Baptist Health in Montgomery, AL. Having first worked with them in...
05
May

EmCare Redux

Can emergency room physicians become the population health workforce of the future? That is the key question I attempted to answer when I delivered the plenary address at...
26
Mar

My March Madness

My “March Madness” really started on Friday, February 28th with my visits throughout several states, including South Carolina, Illinois, Wisconsin and then back home to Philadelphia.

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