The struggle is real in healthcare.

Gaining access to high quality, equitable health care services in the United States’ system should be easy, right? My “story” is pretty relatable to clinicians and I’ve been working in the healthcare industry for nearly 8 years, so communication between us should be clear, right?  Not necessarily. I’m privileged in the sense that, in theory,  I shouldn’t face many barriers when trying to navigate the United … Continue reading The struggle is real in healthcare.

Are the social determinants of health (SDoH) just a “feel good” trend?

Christina Farr (@chrissyfarr) recently published a piece that addressed the “elephant in the room” at healthcare conferences – which is “there is very little recognition of the human cost” as it pertains to the lack of interoperability, broken processes and heavy regulation in the healthcare industry. While Christina’s article addresses the disastrous byproducts of the lack of interoperability, for instance, I’m preaching the same message, … Continue reading Are the social determinants of health (SDoH) just a “feel good” trend?