For most couples going through their first pregnancy your world is full of questions, doubts, second guesses, and a lot of trepidation in expectation of the first birth. Many of us have been there. Anything that can help relieve some of the worry is welcomed with open arms, and for the founder of Bloom Life, his experience led to the creation of Belli. Listen in after the break on his story and what drives him to innovate in the health care ecosystem.

Post Written By Guest Blogger Andy DeLaO Yesterday there was a wonderful article in Forbes entitled: Value In Healthcare–Time To Stop Scratching The Surface. (h/t to @jameyedwards for sharing it) It was a great look into the valuation of drugs as done today while pointing...

Post Written By Guest Blogger, Renee Herman  Editors Note: All references to "You" are to Dr. Victor Montori and his work with Minimally Disruptive Medicine I wanted to start my day by sending you a “thank you!” for your work.  I have...

Post Written By Guest Blogger, Bernadette Keefe MD “Pseudo-dangers represent further opportunities to avoid problems we do not wish to confront….” – Barry Glassner, The Culture of Fear Introduction For a while now, I’ve been concerned about the increasing role that fear has played as a...

Post Written By Guest Blogger, Andy DeLaO For years healthcare has been about the box, the medical complex, the hospital. In order to deliver the best possible care to their communities, healthcare organizations have taken great effort to acquire expertise and...

  Post written by Susan Mazer   On 9/11, administrators at Craig Hospital in Englewood, Colorado, which cares for spinal cord and traumatic brain injury patients, quickly realized that continuous television broadcasting of the fall of the twin towers, people jumping from the...

Post Written By Pritpal S Tamber Finding new business models takes time. And time is money. How much time and money might we need to turn health into a sustainable business that might offset the growth of the sickness industry that...

Post Written By Bernadette Keefe MD All of us have personally known or heard the familiar drill. Dad couldnʼt find his way home. Mom didnʼt recognize her best friend. More and more memory lapses are occurring. Thereʼs a kitchen mishap. Finally...