I started this blog a year ago, more than 70 posts – now settling into one a week. Thanks especially to Jane Saransohn-Kahn who set me on this journey, Eric Pinaud and Jodi Buckingham who provide technical support, and Kathy Pooler, who inspires me and encourages me to write regularly. My almost 100 readers provide me with feedback and encouragement. They range from caregivers, ePatients, and advocates to administrators, policy wonks, and techies. All wear more than one hat. Don’t we all? I’ve been a student of personal, team, and organizational health for more than 40 years. It’s a gas to reflect and comment on best health for the past year. I love to write. It’s only sometimes a challenge to find something to say. It’s often a challenge to keep it in the 250-450 words range and its always a challenge to remember the varied community I live in and write for. I thank you all for being with me for this study of magic levers of best health – so simple, yet so hard. On top of mind for the next year – caregivers, self-determination, data exchange, measuring success, life balance, and appreciating what I have. Wheeeee. Off we go. See you next week!
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