Just six days after Regina Holliday's husband died she started painting a mural on the side of a gas station off a busy street in Washington D.C. Fred, her husband, is in the center of the painting, Holliday says…
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Many Corepoint Health customers will recognize Regina Holliday and her passionate story from her keynote presentation at our annual user group meeting, Corepoint Connect.
Regina has long been a passionate voice for the patients, particularly when it comes to easy access to their medical records and care history. Her personal struggles of working tirelessly to advocate for her dying husband, Fred, is a heartbreaking story. We are all lucky that she has turned this tragedy into a cause that is benefiting the REST (Representational State Transfer) is a web services approach used heavily in social media sites... More of us by bringing awareness to the ridiculous obstacles that many hospitals had in place to discourage patient advocates from obtaining medical records.
Watch a recap with Regina following her 2014 keynote presentation here, where she also showcases two pieces of art that still hang in the Corepoint Health offices.
Keep up the good work, Regina!