Liza Bernstein, who is NED (No Evidence of Disease) after three primary cancer diagnoses, is a patient advocate serving a global audience via social media, conference attendance, live-tweeting, speaking and media engagements, and in-person mentoring. She also collaborates, co-designs, and advises across the multi-stakeholder healthcare spectrum to break down silos, foster understanding, promote education and empowerment, and accelerate change.
Liza is a Stanford Medicine X founding ePatient scholar, advisor, and former board member, and is Symplur’s Consultant for Insights and Development.
Initial insights from the Stanford Medicine X COPD Challenge reiterate the power of social media to galvanize communities around healthcare predicaments. Last month, Grace Anne Dorney Koppel and her husband—icon … Continued
A tweetchat leads to an unprecedented, public discussion about the multi-faceted costs of patient advocacy and the concept of begging to work for free.
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