Profile, Nancy B. Finn
Nancy B. Finn is an author, health care journalist, thought leader and patient advocate focusing on patient empowerment and engagement with the deployment of digital communication technology.
She is the author of e-Patients Live Longer, the Complete Guide to Managing Health Care Using Technology, published by iUniverse, and Digital Communication in Medical Practice published by Springer. She blogs for e-patients.net published by the Society for Participatory Medicine; and writes the blog HealthCare Basics. She is a contributing columnist and a reviewer for the Journal of Participatory Medicine, and is a speaker at many national and international forums on e-patients, technology and health outcomes, including the Global Alliance for Women’s Health, an organization affiliated with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) to advance women’s health throughout the world, and the Global Alliance for Health Promotion.
Nancy is a member of the Board of Overseers and the patient advocate on the Safety and Quality Committee at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, MA, and a member of the Board of Directors and the Consumer Health Council for Massachusetts Health Quality Partners. She is the Secretary and a board member of the Society for Participatory Medicine, a member of the Healthcare Advisory Board for the Mass Technology Leadership Council. Nancy hold a BS in Journalism and a Master’s degree in Education from Boston University.