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.
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.
Learn from listening to the many voices in healthcare.
Understand what the conversations are all about for any healthcare topic and how it's changing over time.
Go deeper by learning how the healthcare stakeholders differ and what they have in common.
And finally drill down to the individual tweets to understand the context of the trending terms. See more of Symplur Signals.