Sometimes the best thing you can do for another person is to simply be there, says Kate Huvane Gamble, who talks about dealing with loss during a very big win.
When it comes to topics like the opioid epidemic and physician burnout, even the most disturbing statistics can’t illustrate the impact – and the need for change – as effectively as hearing stories from those who are affected, says Kate Gamble.
When a patient has a bad experience at the hands of a third-party contractor, it’s not that organization’s name that will be dragged through the mud, but yours, says Kate Gamble.
Journalists play an important role, not just by keeping the public informed of the latest happenings, but by asking the tough questions and telling the stories that need to be told, says Kate Huvane Gamble.
The only thing more important than having routines in our lives? Being willing to break from them, says Kate Huvane Gamble, who discusses the key benefits of “shaking things up.”