#WorldAIDSDay2015

Today, the mission of the organization I personally learned so much from in the 90’s, may be closer than we knew at the time to becoming a reality: To One Day Go Out of Business. That was always the hope of the Board and Staff as we were growing systems and...

The view is a BIG billable

I am the eternal optimist. Yet, a career and personal path that has led many to experience the insane growth of the world of medical billables has many people left frustrated, angry and concerned with the WHY. Oh c’mon, the why is just NOT that complex anymore....

Strength, Courage and Wisdom

  A quick moment to remember to appreciate how we can #GainHealth. I awakened today and was overwhelmed with sadness. Two years ago, Mom was laid to rest. I felt restless and finally decided to take a run/shuffle in the park. Off to the park in the heat, to...

What a Year 2011 was, but what lessons learned.

January 2011 was just yesterday or so it seems. I reluctantly went to Mexico to visit family and celebrate life. Back home, Mom was struggling with her chemo treatment and my brother and sister were tending to her every need. Lesson 1……Take care of myself...

Hard way to learn what REALLY matters

As we all prepare for Thanksgiving, I am often curious as to why we express gratitude once a year? I carefully chose the photograph for today’s reflection. Very bittersweet indeed, for Friday, my parents would have celebrated 60 years of marriage, and in...

Personal Game Changers

Three times in my life there have been Game Changing events. The first was in college when I was held up at gunpoint by a drugged out man in the back seat of my car. One would think surviving this without harm would result in my becoming cautious of “dangerous...