You all know Eric Dishman. He’s the director of health innovation and policy for Intel’s Digital Health Group, and a regular speaker on the health IT circuit. He did a podcast with me last fall on the topic of connected care management.
You probably haven’t seen him at too many events of late. That’s because he’s very sick and is in need of a kidney transplant. In fact, he’s still seeking a donor, a healthy person with Type O blood. Read this for more information. Let’s see if we can’t crowdsource him a kidney — and a new lease on life.