Blogs

Off the Couch, Onto the Stage: My First, Only and Not-So-Great Presidential Debate

In September, 2008, the campaign asked me to serve as a surrogate in a debate with John McCain’s health care adviser when one of Obama’s close advisers – as opposed to me, who’d met the candidate once at a campaign event – couldn’t make it.

Read more at Forbes.com »

Off the Couch, Onto the Stage: My First, Only and Not-So-Great Presidential Debate

By MICHAEL MILLENSON I could’ve been Kamala Harris, Joe Biden and Marianne Williamson all rolled into one. That’s how I might have handled my first, only, and not-so-great presidential debate.  No, IContinue reading…

Read more at The Health Care Blog »

Speaking

The Cost of Medical Error


Michael had a chance to greet former president Bill Clinton at a recent national patient safety summit where both were speakers. Michael focused on both the human and financial cost of medical error.

Read more »

Connect via twitter linked_in