Regular HealthBlog readers know how much of my time I spend traveling the nation and the world. The upside is that I get to see a lot of things and share them with you. The downside is that I’m frequently away from home.
With the Holidays upon us, I want to take time to first thank all of you for your loyal readership and the comments you leave on this blog. The blogosphere is a special place inhabited by knowledgeable people who are passionate about what they do. Thanks for sharing your ideas, and helping to shape the future of health and healthcare IT around the world.
Over the next 3 weeks I plan to reconnect with family and friends and do all those things that make life so wonderful. And although I thoroughly enjoy the “virtual” relationship I have with you, it is time to pull the plug on work and recharge my soul. Hence, don’t expect new posts until the New Year.
But, fear not! 2009 is just around the corner and I’ll be back to record more of my observations and adventures from the world of health IT including what promises to be another eye-opening journey during the month of February to visit colleagues, customers, and partners all over Australia.
Until we meet again; soldier on! I wish each and every one of you a very Happy Holiday Season. Thank you for all that you do for the industry.
Bill Crounse, MD Senior Director, Worldwide Health Microsoft Corporation