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pinterest facebook twitter linkedin youtube home authors topics about ebooks men of the month hygeia network dw uk events resources mental health: forward thinking | the implementation plan a major transformation programme for mental health is underway, an unprecedented and decisive step towards closing the treatment gap for mental health. learn more women's brain health join us starting september 21st as we explore the most complex of organs and what it means for a woman to maintain her brain health. learn more the 14th annual world health care congress join disruptive women in health care at the 14th annual world health care congress. the congress convenes decision makers from all sectors of health care to catalyze meaningful partnerships and change. learn more 17 disruptive women to watch in 2017 we are proud to launch our 17 disruptive women to watch in 2017, each of whom personifies dw’s mission “to serve as a platform for provocative ideas, thoughts, and solutions in the health sphere.” let's meet them. learn more navigating uncertainty: disruptive women style women spend much of their time learning to work around, work through and work directly on difficult challenges, be they work related, political (large and small p), accessing capital, work/life balance (whatever that means). learn more loneliness and its impact on health: share your story by robin strongin | thursday, february 23rd, 2017 a friend of mine reached out not to long ago and asked if we could meet for coffee.  she had something she wanted to talk to me about and i was intrigued. it had been some time since we had seen each other so we spent a bit of time catching up on friends and family.  of course most of that time was focused on our kids–how proud we are of them, how fortunate we are to have great relationships with them, and how quiet it is at home now that they are out of the house. as we made our way from coffee to food (hers was the healthy meal choice, mine, not so much) she shared that she had been thinking about, and doing some research on, loneliness–and it’s affect on health.  especially for women. we discussed the many dimensions of loneliness–living in isolation (geographically speaking and feeling isolated in a crowded urban environment); empty-nest syndrome; aging and the loss of friends; relationships gone bad. all of this at a time when, ironically, more and more of us are more and more connected through technology.  or are we? we started to talk about how prevalent loneliness is, especially for women–and the remarkable impact it has on health–emotional and physical health. ever the analyst, my friend came bearing statistics and articles with headlines that screamed: researchers confront an epidemic of loneliness, how loneliness wears on the body, the dangers of loneliness, and loneliness has the same risk as smoking for heart disease. she wondered if there was something disruptive women could do. we will be exploring this issue in greater depth over the next few months.  in the meantime, if you have a story you would like to share, please feel free to do so in the comments section.  if you have data, research, personal stories (please be sure all permissions to share are in accordance with any and all legal and regulatory requirements), we would love to hear from you. see you at himss 2017 by robin strongin | friday, february 17th, 2017 hope to see you on tuesday where we will be discussing navigating uncertainty: disruptive women style. gaming the system by niran al-agba, md | wednesday, february 15th, 2017 this post was originally published by  the health care blog  on february 11.  as physicians ready themselves for the future of medicine under onerous macra regulations, it seems appropriate to glance into the future and visualize the medical utopia anticipated by so many.  value-based care, determined by statistical analysis, is going to replace fee for service. six months ago, i received my first set of statistics from a state medicaid plan and was told my er utilization numbers were on the higher end compared to most practices in the region.  this was perplexing as my patients tend to avoid er visits at all costs and can be found milling about in my parking lot at 7am on mondays with their sick children waiting for my office to open. i requested more detailed reports on er utilization and was given a 20 page list with codes that needed to be hand matched to patient names.  being a committed and diligent physician, i spent a random saturday evening matching up 420 names to individual 15-digit codes after putting my children to bed.  of my top 20 utilizers, only 8 were actually patients.  the remaining 12 had been “on my panel list” during the reporting period but had never set foot in my office.  of the top 100 utilizers, only 42 were patients.  in the interest of accuracy, i requested they re-run the numbers using my patients only.  mr. it informed me the inaccurate panel would make no difference.  he might have failed statistics in college but who is keeping track. (more…) heart month: disruptive woman dr. bernadette melnyk shares her story by bernadette melnyk, phd, rn, cpnp/pmhnp, fnap, faan | friday, february 10th, 2017 this post was originally published by the women’s heart alliance on february 10. when people ask how i became interested in health and wellness, i have to tell them about the tragedy that forever changed my life. my mom had a stroke right in front of me and died when i was home alone with her at age 15. she had a history of headaches and saw her family physician one week before she died. my mom was diagnosed with high blood pressure and given a prescription for a high blood pressure medication that my dad found in her purse after she died. as you can imagine, this traumatic event had a major impact and left me suffering from post-traumatic stress for a couple of years. it’s hard knowing that my mother’s death might have been prevented. she might have lived if she had known more about how high blood pressure was a major risk factor for stroke and got her prescription filled. i do not want other children to experience the loss of their moms early due to heart disease, which is in large part preventable with healthy lifestyle behaviors. heart disease and stroke now takes the life of one woman nearly every 80 seconds. that’s more than 400,000 women each year, who are mothers, daughters, sisters, wives and friends. even though this silent killer contributes to more female deaths in america each year than all cancers combined, many people still think of heart disease as a “man’s disease.” that thinking can affect how quickly a woman, her family, or even her doctor takes her signs and symptoms seriously or diagnoses them correctly, and time is vital in treating heart attack, stroke, and other complications related to heart disease. also, women’s symptoms can present differently than men’s, and not all health care providers are up to date with the latest evidence-based practice to know how to recognize symptoms of heart disease in women. i urge everyone, especially health care providers, to be proactive in learning about how heart disease affects women and men differently, and ways to prevent it. (more…) health care worries top terrorism, by far, in americans’ minds by jane sarasohn-kahn | thursday, february 9th, 2017 this article was originally published in www.healthpopuli.com on february 8, 2017. health care is the top concern of american families, according to a monmouth university poll conducted in the week prior to donald trump’s presidential inauguration. among u.s. consumers’ top ten worries, eight in ten directly point to financial concerns — with health care costs at the top of the worry-list for 25% of people. health care financial worries led the second place concern, job security and unemployment, by a large margin (11 percentage points) in third place was “everyday bills,” the top concern for 12% of u.s. adults. immigration was the top worry for only 3% of u.s. adults; terrorism and national security represented 2% of the american public’s concerns. in the 2015 monmouth poll, 15% said health care was their family’s main worry. today, this issue is #1 for families across income categories and party affiliation. 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