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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 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 health care for all — only better, us consumers tell consumer reports by jane sarasohn-kahn | tuesday, january 24th, 2017 this article was originally published on january 23, 2017, in http://www.healthpopuli.com/. availability of quality healthcare, followed by affordable care, are the top two issues concerning u.s. consumers surveyed just prior to donald trump’s inauguration as the 45th u.s. president. welcome to consumer reports profile of consumer voices, as trump takes office, what’s top of consumers’ minds? “healthcare for all, only better,” consumer reports summarizes as the top-line finding of the research. 64% of people are confident of having access to good healthcare, but 55% aren’t sure they can afford healthcare insurance to be able to access those services. costs are too high, and choices in local markets can be spotty or non-existent. the high cost of prescription drugs is part of consumers health cost confidence-gap (with consumer reports calling out the epipen pricing controversy growing in 2016). after healthcare, u.s. consumers in post-trump america are most worried about: affordable education food safety and quality the costs of living for energy, food, taxes, and housing, and personal data security and privacy. (more…) there will never be a new world order until women are a part of it by lisa suennen | monday, january 23rd, 2017 this article was was originally posted on january 22, 2017, in venture valkyrie. “there will never be a new world order until women are a part of it.” —alice paul it has been, not just for me but for many, national women’s month. maybe it’s not officially proclaimed as such, but it has just worked out that way. it started for me the second week of january at the jp morgan healthcare conference. what has been notable about this conference in past years is the absence of women. i even wrote about this in 2011 in a post called, “alas, no line for the ladies room,” in which i lamented the stunning absence of my sisters at what is arguably the most important healthcare business conference in the world. i recall noting that, back in 2011, attending jp morganpalooza was like speed-dating but without the women in the equation, making it considerably less fun. suboptimal speed dating there was a notorious event, hosted by lifesci advisors, at 2016’s jp morgan conference which seems to have had the unintended consequence of waking the sleeping giantess. the firm hired a bunch of female models to entertain mostly male guests and blocked many women from attending. they were pilloried for it (i wrote about it here) and then massively apologized by pledging to get enlightened. um, yeah. but this year is apparently the year when the tide started to turn. i recall noting a sense of optimism last year, but this year, as i write this the day after the women’s march that followed the 2016 election, i am hoping we are officially on an unstoppable pink train. yes, it’s disturbing (to say the least) that the electorate has chosen people and policies that are decidedly anti-female. but this time, it provoked a disturbance in the force that has roared back 2.5 million strong and growing. can it be a coincidence that the biggest box office hits so in recent weeks are a) rogue one, where a badass young woman leads the effort that results in the overthrow of the evil empire?  and b) hidden figures, a movie which honors the work of three young black female scientists, programmers and engineers at nasa without whom the space program may not have succeeded as it did. as i watched the women’s march from the sidewalk and from the tv screen yesterday, i couldn’t help but think that this women thing is for real and finally so. even at jp morgan, the tide seems to have turned. while in past years there was an event or two targeted to the dribble of women who attended the conference, this year there were at least 8 events that i personally heard of that were women-only and overflowing. silicon valley bank, deloitte, canaan partners, wilson sonsini, women business leaders, springboard, square one bank, ge ventures and many others led events that were exclusively or primarily aimed at giving women a chance to celebrate their successes and network with each other. this is a massive upgrade over prior years and speaks to the number of women who showed up to do serious business at the conference this year. it was hard to miss the trend when in many other years it was hard to miss the oversight. a great thing. (more…) navigating uncertainty: disruptive women style by dw staff | tuesday, january 17th, 2017 a disruptive women luncheon 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). the one constant we know is uncertainty. 2017 is unfolding to be a year of enormous uncertainty in every dimension of the word. who better to share tips on navigating through waves of uncertainty than women who know how to throw on a life preserver (and matching shoes) and get stuff done. join our global panel of experts for a spirited conversation. lunch included. february 21, 2017 — 12:30pm est – 02:30pm est orange county convention center - room 414c register now  please register for the himss conference first then select disruptive women luncheon from the education tab as an optional event.   speaker(s): nicole gardner halle tecco ceci connolly sarah kerruish peggy williams robin strongin fighting the injustice of health disparities: honoring the legacies of dr. martin luther king jr. & dr. john m. eisenberg by robin strongin | monday, january 16th, 2017 for the past several years i have run this post and just as it was those years, it is this year a very important message. we, as a nation, have made progress and i believe dr. king would be proud. but our work is far from complete – particularly where health care is concerned. another doctor, dr. john m. eisenberg, a physician of tremendous stature whose life was also tragically cut short (not by an assassin’s bullet but by brain cancer) was equally passionate about the dignity of life and justice for all americans. dr. eisenberg, who among other things, served as the director of the agency for health care policy and research (as ahrq was known back in the day), cared deeply about access to and the integrity of health care for all americans – regardless of skin color. seventeen years ago, on january 14, 2000, dr. eisenberg gave what is, in my opinion, a brilliant speech to the employees of the department of health and human services. as with the past years i want to share his words with all of you today — as a reminder of how far we’ve come, and how far we still have to go. (more…) digital health, destiny and doritos by lisa suennen | monday, january 9th, 2017 this post was originally published on january 8, 2017 on venture valkyrie. it’s the first of the new year and of course that can mean only one thing:  the avalanche of stories about how much was or wasn’t invested in digital health and whether the current environment favors/disfavors growth in this sector and all that jazz. it used to be, once upon a time, that the advent of the new year meant all things biotech as jp morgan’s healthcare conference rolled into town, but no longer.  the “digital health” concept and all it sweeps in with it has become as popular as the biotech talk just like kanye/kim have swept jz/beyonce to the back of the ballroom. given this phenomenon, i have been asked multiple times in the last few weeks to give my predictions about digital health in 2017 and to weigh in on what will be hot, what should be hot and what we can expect, particularly in light of, you know, the change. so i figured i’d collect my thoughts here and also the responses i have given to various inquiries on the digital health discourse.  this way, when i am working the crowd at jp morgan this week i can just say “have you read my blog?” instead of “well, you know, it’s all about vr and blockchain now” (hat tip to matthew holt).  my thoughts in somewhat random order: with the burgeoning convergence of all things digital with all things healthcare, the noise level at jpm, the consumer electronics show (where i was last weekend) and a plethora of other geek-friendly events has reached record highs.  it’s tough to find the shiny needles in the repetitive haystack sometimes.  so i have to say i am most on the lookout for real success stories, and particularly those that demonstrate how the confluence of it and pharma or it and medtech have meaningfully improved clinical outcome and reduced cost while doing so.  i’d also like to hear some evidence of how all of this big data/ai/machine learning work is resulting in actual activity to change physician and consumer behavior, particularly around improved diagnoses and avoidance of medical errors.  so far most of the talk has been about technology and too little of the talk is about results.  i hereby declare that the digital health theme for 2017 should be: you show me the evidence it works, i’ll show you the money! 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