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Farewell reflections on PHII and passing the torch

As I prepare to depart PHII, I am so proud of how much the organization has achieved and where it is now.

Now taking your questions!

Email me your question before June 1 and I may answer it on the podcast.

The Task Force vs. NCDs: Playing our part

Non-communicable diseases (NCD) are the leading causes of death globally, with mortality expected to increase by 15 percent by 2020.

Uniting individual and community health as a single concept

Measurements of health tell us about our health status and signal the performance measurement standards needed to improve quality of care in the U.S.

Contemplations on the quantified self

Over the last couple of months, I’ve seen wearable health trackers popping up all around the PHII and Task Force for Global Health offices.

The Task Force for Global Health turns 30

Earlier this week, a group gathered at the Carter Center to celebrate The Task Force for Global Health's 30th anniversary.

Who wants my job?

As many of my readers already know, next year I will be transitioning to take on the role of President/CEO at PHII’s parent organization, the Task Force for Global Health.

Go west, young man: lessons on health IT from Minnesota and Dr. DeSalvo

The ONC's new strategic plan is achievable—as one U.S. state demonstrates.

Health IT as doctors’ aides

The history of health care information technology is a story about finding tasks technology can serve. 

AIRA, immunization and public health’s “moon mission”

Last week, I had the honor of keynoting the 2015 meeting for the American Immunization Registry Association.