A Different Kind Of Stagefright

On May 2nd I presented a keynote for the annual conference of The Hospital Association Of Southern California. This was my 3rd time I've been invited there, and it was no less daunting than the first two times. Not because of stagefright, but because the audience members are responsible for so much innovation in healthcare, in one of the most complex states to deliver it, that you live in fear of boring them by giving them information they already know. Happily, all went well. Thank you to Pat Wall and everyone at HASC. I can relax for the rest of the year now.

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