bonny mcclain

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bonny mcclain
Member since:
08 Dec, 2015

Bio

Bonny is a writing specialist creating multimedia content answering the "so what"​ of data dumping. Digital communication requires a strong narrative "missing"​ in scientific or medical content downloads. US healthcare model transformation is complicated in a decentralized evolving framework of limited resources with fluctuating cost and outcomes. Are you developing medical content informed by expenditures and costs, market access barriers, consolidation of payers, integration of evidence-based medicine and health economics?

She is the author of "Improving Numeracy in Medicine", "Medical Writing for Smart People: Because Dummies Shouldn't Write About Medicine"​, 5 Sources for the RIght Healthcare Data​: Bigger isn't Always Better, and a collaborative writer on publications in medicine, health policy, and health economics.

Because of the popularity of her latest blog, Alzheimer's Disease: The Brand, she is a sought after speaker on Healthy Brain Aging, the economics of Alzheimer's Disease, how to determine value in medical outcomes, and the role of storytelling in medicine.

Data&Donuts is now 1 year old and has reached over 100,000 unique users. Join the conversation and have a front row seat to the evolving healthcare landscape.

http://www.alzheimersdiseasethebrand.com
http://www.dataanddonuts.org

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Role(s) / Profession(s)

  • Consultant
  • Freelance, Independent
  • Policy
  • Quality Control Professional
  • Researcher

Organization(s)

  • Data and Donuts

Work Location(s)

  • United States