How WellAi Is Clearing The Path From Patients To Doctors

This month’s blog is by Fast Layne Solutions, Inc. CEO Christopher Hughey. When I say the terms ‘Artificial Intelligence’ (aka AI) and ‘Medicine,’ what images spring to mind for you? For a lot of people, especially nerds like me, combining those two terms conjures up images of android doctors or Emergency Medical Holograms of the…

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Being a Healthcare Leader of Color In The Age of Black Lives Matter

In honor of this month’s Juneteenth holiday and in recognition of the challenges facing the African American community that we’re seeing highlighted through the Black Lives Matter protests, Fast Layne Solutions CEO Christopher Hughey connected with a hospice administrator and nurse this past week to talk about what it means to be a healthcare leader…

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Fast Layne Solutions Celebrates Black History Month

February is Black History Month, and to celebrate, Fast Layne Solutions would like to pay tribute to some of the key African-American pioneers in the field of medicine. Dr. James McCune Smith (1813 – 1865) was the very first African American to hold a medical degree. He was the valedictorian of his graduating class in…

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Why Do Nurses Eat Their Young?

Today’s guest blogger is a Registered Nurse and hospice administrator who shares with us her personal experiences and observations of a life in healthcare from her front-line perspective. We welcome guest bloggers who can share insights regarding the many facets and aspects of healthcare: tech, administration, policy, and patient outcomes, among others. Interested in contributing?…

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