** You’ll want to read That Fateful Saturday and It Would Be So Easy first, otherwise this might not make much sense
So I Chose.
I was still terribly depressed, but no longer at rock bottom. I was able to see that if I wanted things to get better, I was going to have to [...]
For most my life before finding the DOC (Diabetes Online Community), I had been very isolated in my condition. I had “learned” at an early age that I wasn’t going to live much past college, that’s just how Type 1 (juvenile) diabetes was back then.
There’s a predisposition to depression in my family and I [...]
Recently, during a discussion on EHR (Electronic Health Record) systems on the Society For Participatory Medicine’s mailing list, fellow Society member Casey Quinlan wrote:
We are so not even near that, given that 800+ EHRs have created 800+ new data silos, with no effective pipes laid between them yet. That’s the hackathon that’s desperately needed [...]
A while back I met an individual, a member of the HCP community, who told me that they read my blog. I still feel a little awkward when someone tells me that, so I usually just say “Thanks!”.
The individual asked me some rather pointed questions about a post I did a few months ago, [...]