Your Voice in Healthcare


Medical communication is very personal to me…


Having spent 10 years of my life in physical therapy, I’ve directly  experienced the impact both good and bad medical communication can have on a patient’s quality of life.  I’ve seen far too many friends and family members fall victim to bureaucratic odysseys and medical errors that in some cases even proved to be fatal. It is a euphemism to say that this is personal for me.


Over the years, I have coached many doctors and residents on their interview preparation and learned where some aspects of this problem are systemic within their professional and academic culture.  Many medical friends, colleagues and clients have also sought my help to become thought leaders in the healthcare arena to help improve their professional environment. Not least of all, I watched sadly as my dearest friend and healthcare mentor suffered in hospice as a result of  tangled medical bureaucracy even she could not easily circumvent.


Because of all the above, we are expanding and developing a dedicated healthcare niche that focuses exclusively on medical communication, ethics and bedside manner to prevent unnecessary mistakes and provide a better patient experience.




  • Patient Advocacy
  • Better Bedside Manner
  • Developing a new generation of healthcare leadership that is the antidote to decades of systemic groupthink
  • Media coaching for courageous healthcare leaders and educators who are ready to speak up
  • Interview coaching for medical residents
  • Listening skills for caring healthcare workers
  • Nonverbal  body language lab for doctors
  • Become a medical thought leader and create a platform
  • Get recognized as an expert in the medical field
  • Speak up about the healthcare concerns that affect you and your family
  • Make a difference


This new division will be dedicated to our friend and mentor, Shellie Miller.

We humbly and enthusiastically welcome input and guidance from like-minded professionals in the healthcare arena, as well as patients and their families who have been affected by poor medical communication, ethics and leadership.






Hospital Entertainment Network:  Mellow Mics

Mellow Mics is the signature program of the Hospital Entertainment Network [HEN].  Hospitals, retirement homes, assisted living and other nursing facilities are treated to live G-rated performances by Altruistic Artists who are happy to offer community service by providing free performances to improve the quality of patient/resident life within medical facilities.  The very warm, relaxed nature of these concerts allows flexibility for a variety of medical circumstances and limitations, and creates a safe and supportive environment for up and coming artists to hone their craft while doing good for others, hence the title “Mellow Mics.”  If you would like to participate in a Mellow Mic, or receive a free concert in your facility, please contact us.


Hospital Hannah & Friends

Hospital Hannah & her friends are happy to provide uplifting and entertaining visits to children ages 1-99.  From playful comedy, music, improv and more, Hospital Hannah and her friends will work with you to custom-design an hour or day that is special for you and your friends.


Hannah Kiki is “Hospital Hannah”


InjuredMusician – Disabled Artist Resources

RSI & Carpal Tunnel Prevention

for Pianists and Electronic Musicians

Repetitive Strain Injuries in Pianists, Females and Computer Users (NYU, 2002)

by Laura Kessler

Musicians, artists and computer users are especially high-risk communities for Repetitive Strain Injuries, of which 70% of sufferers are female. Unfortunately, it is only recently that creative music pedagogy methods have begun to stress the importance of fitness and injury prevention for performing artists.

This book originally began as a Graduate Masters Thesis at NYU from personal experience, and has endured due to its relevance to students and professional musicians alike, with contributions from the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago.



Canada THPRO: Finding Your Voice in Dental Hygiene Practice



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