Category Archives: Education

Single-Payer Health Care

Happy New Year to you all! As we welcome the new United States Congress, we are hopeful for a government that works for the people! A healthy people constitute a healthy nation! So, among the foremost policy issues we encourage

Recognizing a Hero – Dr. J. Nwando Olayiwola

Wow! February is almost gone and I’m still working on some blogs I want to post in reflection of the Black History month. Then, suddenly, out of nowhere, this human story emerged! So, for the Black History month, we salute

Deshaun Watson: Offensive MVP 2017 College Football Playoff National Championship

We begin the year (2017) with a salute to Deshaun Watson, the number 4, Clemson Tigers quarter back in the 2016 College football season.  Watson was born on September 14, 1995 in Gainesville GA. Watson at just 21 years of

We Are Live

The app for the POEM (Patient Oriented Electronic Medical) Record™ is now available on the iPad. So, you can download the app from the Apple store (on your iPad). The POEM Record™ as you may recall empowers the patient, because

POEM Kickstarter Campaign is a Huge Success

Congratulations to Zobreus Corporation!  Zobreus is the parent company for POEM Records™. The POEM Kickstarter campaign discussed previously was successfully completed exactly one month ago on April 14th, 2015.  It is noteworthy that the campaign completed within the 30 day

Key Features – Patient Oriented Electronic Medical (POEM) Record™[2]

The second part of the Discussion on the Patient Oriented Electronic Medical (POEM) Record™ will address the key features as presented by Zobreus. Briefly again, “The POEM Record is an automated app that retrieves and processes your medical records from anywhere onto

Patient Oriented Electronic Medical (POEM) Records™ [1]

Dear Blog readers, I am back! First I apologize for the long absence. As you will see, I have been involved with consultations on something that is revolutionizing health care! For the first time, a team within a start-up company,

Experiencing Ebola

I am reposting this piece directly from Dr. Kent Brantly of Texas, the first Ebola patient to be treated in the US. Please read his message below and see how you can play a role in the fight against Ebola.

Update on the Ebola Virus Disease

I stopped posting on this blog over six weeks ago, as I followed the Ebola Virus Disease. Let’s rehearse what has happened so far with the Ebola virus disease.  As of this date, October 25, 2014, the World Health Organization

The Troubling VHA Scandal of 2014

The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) is embattled and is in a desperate need of reform. On July 31st, 2014, the bipartisan compromise bill to reform the scandal-plagued Veterans Affairs (VA) Department cleared the Senate after clearing the House earlier. It