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Health Camp KC - The Unconference

Wow, what a weekend! There was a lot going on this weekend, I attended the Partnership With Patients conference on Saturday and the KC unconference on Sunday. By the way, I am a terrible live-tweeter, which is why you won’t see much from me except retweets. It seems that the part of my brain […]

TCOYD Des Moines This Weekend!

** Today’s post looks a little odd because I shamelessly lifted the entire contents of an email advertising this event that I received today.  I had originally planned on attending this event, but will be attending the Partnership With Patients Conference here in KC this weekend.  These events are definitely worth the price of […]

Partnership With Patients This Weekend

** Today’s post is a repost from Partnering Our Way Through Healthcare which appeared here on July 25, 2012. The event is this weekend in Kansas City. There are still tickets available so please consider attending if you are able. Friday evening will be a meet and greet featuring the Walking Gallery which features Regina’s […]

Health Insurance is Just a Symptom of the True Illness

** This post originally appeared on on August 14, 2009. Re-reading it and applying some of the things that I’ve learned in the last three years really hasn’t changed my opinion much

I believe that the health insurance issues are just a symptom and while I want the following to happen, I can almost […]

Caregiving as an Invisible Health Condition

This week is National Invisible Illness Awareness Week, organized by Lisa Copen, founder of Rest Ministries. ** There is a great article on CNN about Talking with Someone Who is Chronically Ill that is worth the read as well.

For me, I have two major invisible illnesses: diabetes and depression. And then I have two, […]