Tag Archives: Sara Wall Bollinger

Calling Washington


What Sally Johnston did was create a program whereby the client, i.e., the competent citizen, would hire, train, schedule and supervise the aide.  The program would be embedded in an Independent Living Organization, such as ARISE, which would do the … Continue reading

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How You Lose Control (Part III)


See also “How You Lose Control (Part II)” https://annecwoodlen.wordpress.com/2012/10/15/how-you-lose-control-part-ii/ Sara Wall-Bollinger, Executive Director for Health Planning at Health-e-Connections, showed me what appears to be the paper copy of a power-point production.  It says “Who is Health Connections? Health Advancement Collaborative … Continue reading

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How You Lose Control (Part II)


See also “How You Lose Control (Part I)” https://annecwoodlen.wordpress.com/2012/10/14/how-you-lose-control-part-i/ Okay, so Obamacare has given us information-gathering and New York State has given us Health-e-Connections, which is a Regional Health Information Organization (http://healtheconnections.org/ ). What nobody has given us—“us” being defined as … Continue reading

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