Archive for May, 2011

Gary Oftedahl: A Cranky Baby Boomer, or not?

Life is passing me by, or so it seems. I’m frustrated at times that just when life is getting interesting, I’m looking at the December of my career, and the baton is being passed to those with more energy, more hair, and more time to continue the work of transforming health care.

Continue Reading May 19, 2011 at 2:53 pm

Gary Oftedahl: Claude Rains and the Medical Home

n the classic film from 1933, The Invisible Man, Claude Rains plays a scientist who becomes invisible to all those around him. While initially focusing efforts on regaining his visibility, he soon uses that invisibility in horrific ways, supported by the emotional high experienced as he moves through the environment.

Continue Reading May 6, 2011 at 1:59 pm

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