#IHeartHIT Stories

Troy Yoder
My first daughter was born six weeks early with a congenital heart defect and promptly rushed to the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU), 30 miles ... Read more
Geoff Caplea M.D.
Although some might consider my transition from clinical medicine to health IT as atypical, I see it as a logical and purposeful evolution of ... Read more
Bonnie Bordeaux
During a recent family Thanksgiving, I cut my finger. My family members immediately responded to help. My mother advised me to stop the bleeding ... Read more
Chrissy Richey
Imagine you’re seven years old, thirty-seven pounds, feeling nauseous and dehydrated with a tongue that feels as rough as sandpaper. Your ... Read more
Carin Mann
I decided I wanted to be a nurse in the eighth grade. I knew that nurses worked hands-on with patients to get them better. That's what I wanted ... Read more
Joel Barthelemy
How a dad inspired his son to improve access to quality care in ways he could never have imagined. Read more
Scott Raymond
When running a full code in the back of an ambulance traveling 80 miles per hour, your decisions needed to be fast and correct. Read more
Katie Robinson
As we grow older, get married, have children (not necessarily in that order, but speaking from personal experience), it is human nature for ... Read more
Gary Palgon
Camp Sunshine provides year-round programming for children with cancer and their families. In addition to the summer, weekend and daily activities, ... Read more