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From Whim to WeWork to Winning Awards

Lance and I started working together in 2013. It didn’t take long to discover that what we had in common — love of good writing, juvenile sense of humor, facility with swear words — vastly outweighed where we differed — political affiliation, upbringing, and taste in food. We quickly also discovered an ease of conversation,

By |2024-05-13T11:28:26-05:00May 8th, 2024|healthcare marketing, Public Affairs|Comments Off on From Whim to WeWork to Winning Awards

SAY LESS: Mastering the Art of Concise Communication #WhatWe’reReading

By Jovi Guerra, Communications Manager | Groundswell Health 📖 Smart Brevity: The Power of Saying More with Less Co-creators of Axios and Politico Jim VandeHei, Mike Allen, and Roy Schwartz offer a compelling framework for effective communication that equips readers with the skills to sharpen their messaging. With insightful examples from diverse industries, the

By |2023-12-08T17:43:46-06:00December 8th, 2023|Business, Convincing, Marketing, News, Organizational Design, Public Affairs|Comments Off on SAY LESS: Mastering the Art of Concise Communication #WhatWe’reReading

Move Fast and Break Things is no way to Think About AI #WhatWe’reReading

By Steven Carr Communications Manager | Groundswell Health From Asimov to Heinlein to Cameron, I’ve read and watched all manner of stories about AI or machine intelligence that, to some degree, frame and inform my interest and understanding of what’s happening with AI in the real world. Amid the ongoing corporate arms race for AI

By |2023-12-08T00:50:38-06:00December 7th, 2023|Business, Convincing, News, Organizational Design, Public Affairs, Technology|Comments Off on Move Fast and Break Things is no way to Think About AI #WhatWe’reReading

The Business and Recent History of the New York Times #WhatWe’reReading

I’m an avid reader of news, in all forms. I particularly love newsprint still. I’m the one. It’s me. I also think it’s a critical time to care for the news industry, because community market journalism is a major institution in our communities. It’s fair to say that the ongoing dissolution of trust and growing

By |2023-12-14T15:32:40-06:00December 6th, 2023|Business, Convincing, News, Organizational Design, Public Affairs|Comments Off on The Business and Recent History of the New York Times #WhatWe’reReading

Pushing back against the daily grind #WhatWe’reReading

I’m mostly a fiction reader, but I have a particular affinity for the strategy and management articles in Harvard Business Review, despite neither attending Harvard (fallback school) nor having a business degree. In their Nov. 8 Harvard Business Review article on not letting purpose get lost in the daily grind, Lisa Earle McLeod and Elizabeth

By |2023-12-05T16:21:30-06:00December 5th, 2023|News, Organizational Design, Public Affairs, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Pushing back against the daily grind #WhatWe’reReading

Vaccine Community Education and Engagement Grant

As vaccine rates drop across the state, Rural Health Clinics have a unique opportunity to upend entrenched health care skeptics and restore vaccine confidence. Vaccination rates for kindergarten- and 7th grade-age children have declined 3% to 5% over the last couple of years, according to the state's public health agency. For one, the MMR

By |2023-12-05T23:05:53-06:00May 3rd, 2023|healthcare marketing, Marketing, News, Public Affairs|Comments Off on Vaccine Community Education and Engagement Grant

Time to Confront the Limits of Health Care

This country doesn’t like conversations about death. We created the term ‘death panels’ to avoid a much-needed national conversation about what our public health care programs should pay for. And, we would rather ration care indirectly by having a certain number of individuals without health insurance instead of thoughtful and transparent analysis in the

By |2023-05-15T16:30:01-05:00August 24th, 2021|Public Affairs|Comments Off on Time to Confront the Limits of Health Care

Behavioral health needs at a new tipping point in Colorado

Many in health care have known for some time the massive challenges surrounding behavioral health access and the pressure on providers — especially in hospital ERs as families and patients reach points of desperation.The pandemic has only exacerbated these challenges. Nationally, ER wait times for people seeking behavioral health treatment are increasing as are the

By |2021-05-27T13:08:59-05:00May 26th, 2021|Business, Public Affairs, Technology, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Behavioral health needs at a new tipping point in Colorado

Stepping up for hospitals in Florida

This week, the Florida Hospital Association took a big step forward with a hefty financial investment to encourage patients to prioritize important health care decisions. As we all know, state hospital associations -- especially large ones like FHA -- have plenty of concerns and issues to balance with their various hospital members. Rural. Large public

By |2023-01-18T22:41:39-06:00December 3rd, 2020|Content Marketing, Convincing, Digital, healthcare marketing, Public Affairs|Comments Off on Stepping up for hospitals in Florida

Health tech gets focus it long deserved: A discussion with Nora Belcher of the Texas e-Health Alliance

Unintended consequences can be just another part of the territory when it comes to lawmaking. But you can really see those unintended consequences in the aftermath of a major government investments like the one made over the last decade in electronic medical records and health information technology. In 2009, the federal government began funding

By |2023-01-18T22:42:00-06:00November 20th, 2020|Connected Hospital Podcast, Public Affairs, Telehealth|Comments Off on Health tech gets focus it long deserved: A discussion with Nora Belcher of the Texas e-Health Alliance

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