Monthly Archives: November 2017

  • Football, Food, and Family: Thanksgiving in America

    There is an ideal picture of the American Thanksgiving that portrays lots of food on a large table surrounded by multiple generations of family members. Then, in more recent decades, before and after dinner: football. In my family’s house, our father had a rare day off and Thanksgiving was one of them.  He was glued

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  • Are You Ready to Improve the Patient Experience With Virtual Reality?

    The speed with which media technologies have changed in my lifetime is astounding. My parents listened to the radio. When I was six years old, we got a television. After that came stereo sound. Then cassettes and CDs. Computers. DVDs.  The Internet.  Smart phones. Now: Virtual Reality! However, while the application of media technologies in

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  • “N” of One Holds the Key to the Patient Experience

    Those of us in healthcare often talk about how difficult it is to study the patient experience because of variables that are not only complex but subjective and unique. How do we generalize what can be only understood when we deeply investigate the circumstance and motivation for an individual patient’s answers to our questions? How do

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