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Eric Dishman: Health Care Should Be a Team Sport

Eric Dishman: Health Care Should Be a Team Sport

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by Greta Kviklyte

Life Saver, AMC
Co-authored by Kim Murray, RN, M.S.

posted on Aug 4, 2013, at 9:53 pm


Twenty-four years ago, Eric Dishman suffered a series of fainting spells. After multiple rounds of testing, it was determined that his kidneys were not functioning properly. Doctors told him that he had two rare kidney diseases that would most likely tear up his kidneys and eventually kill him, along with the cancerous-like cells in his immune system. Eric started treatment right away but he was not an eligible candidate for a kidneys transplant. They thought he only had 2 to 3 more years to live.

That was twenty-four years ago, and Eric, who is still very much alive, decided to put his experience and expertise as a medical tech specialist to use by suggesting a bold idea for reinventing health care.

His suggestions stem from the idea that health care should be a team sport and that patients should be the center for a treatment team.

Eric focuses on three topics:

1. Care Anywhere

2. Care Network

3. Care Customization

About Greta

Greta is a dedicated life saver and a distinguished expert in the field of medical content creation and editing. Her impressive array of certifications in ACLS, CPR, PALS, and BLS underscores her commitment to excellence in the medical field. With over four years of invaluable experience in medical education, Greta plays an indispensable role within the Advanced Medical Certification team, shaping the way healthcare professionals around the world acquire and apply vital knowledge.

Greta's profound expertise serves as the driving force behind the development and distribution of medical content that has significantly enhanced the capabilities of countless healthcare practitioners across the globe.

In addition to her medical qualifications, Greta holds a prestigious academic distinction in Marketing and Global Business from Vilnius University. Her academic journey has been enriched by immersive studies in Slovakia and Portugal during her time as an exchange student, providing her with a global perspective that complements her medical expertise.

Beyond her professional commitments, Greta possesses a genuine passion for global exploration, with a particular focus on immersing herself in diverse cultures and appreciating the intricacies of the natural world. While residing in Vilnius, Lithuania, she continues to make substantial contributions to the field of medical education, leaving an indelible mark on the sector.

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