“Success for me is helping someone that’s not in a place to help themselves.”
“We’re out to forever improve the ways that families come together to care.”
“I am passionate about sports, and physical therapy has allowed me to work within that industry – helping and healing others.”
“I realized that we have a major problem in the world of breast cancer screening: access to prior mammograms.”
“I would like to use what I learned to help others through these difficulties.”
“I love taking care of patients. But how can I do it well within a dysfunctional system that leaves patients scared, uninformed, and alone?”
This story is part of our 1,000 stories campaign. What’s your story? Name: Natalie Yeadon Business: IMPETUS Healthcare Inc., a company that designs and builds privately branded online healthcare communities for stakeholder engagement Industry: Medical–Online medical administration support services Location: Toronto, Canada Reason for starting: Attitudes and behaviors don’t change overnight, though we expect them to; we have been socialized in the “transactional” corporate …
For me success means meeting your goal. Your goal may not meet or succeed someone else’s goal. Success is individualized and it’s value is found within the beholder.
As a working mom, work life balance has been part of the challenge. Accepting help and respite has been one of the ways to address this.
Our mission is telling people what things cost in health care, a traditional mystery.
I’m a physician and I noticed I was using outdated 1980s pager technology and wasting about an hour a day trying to reach my colleagues to discuss critical patient care information.
We always thought of building a mental health institution in which patients could feel the commitment of their therapists, where they felt accompanied and sheltered in their emotional growth process.
It is my sincere hope that we can help provide continued passion for life in the seniors and families we serve.
After I retired from a long career with the World Health Organization, I just could not turn my back on my people who had suffered much destruction becuse of the civil war.
I learned that no matter what type of practice I worked for I would never reap the reward as I would in owning my own company.
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