Do you care?
Do you learn something new everyday?
Are you confused about our time?
Do you have a sense of humor?
Do you believe health care is a right or an earned asset?
Have you ever imagined what it’s like to die in pain?
Do you prefer to be right or wrong?
When was the last time you started a community centerred around health care?
If I Googled your name, would I find you in the top three results?
If I found you on Google – anywhere – what would I learn about you?
If I can’t find you on Google, where are you?
Is Twitter trivial or relevant in health care?
What about Facebook? Good for health care? Bad?
What have you written publicly about the nuances involved in healthcare and social media?
What are you thoughts on the Quantified Self?
If you could build the Healthcare industry from scratch, what would be your first priority? Your second? Your third? Your last?
What are your thoughts on paper versus electronic medical records?
What’s your philosophy on how social and other digital technologies shape health care?
If you don’t have a philosophy about technology, what are your plans for navigating through the Century of Technology?
Do you think it’s acceptable for nursing homes to smell like garbage? Or is that par-for-the course in Healthcare?
Do you feel stupid about health care reform?
Do you thirst after knowledge like water in a desert?
What does health mean to you?
Have you ever commented on a blog, forum or anywhere else on anything related to health care?
What does “blogging” mean to you? Waste of time? Or a sign of 21st Century excellence in communication?
How do you feel about curse words?
Following up to the previous question: if you never ever curse in public, how do I know you’re passionate about health care? Or anything for that matter?
If someone is terminally dying (hours, days from death) and asks for more morphine, how fast or slow would you run it in?
Would I ask you to help in a code, or kick you out of the room?
Do you have a mechanical view of the world, or an organic one?
What do health care leaders do, in your view?
What does “health care transformation” mean? Useless buzz-phrase, or something to work on?
What matters to you most in health care?
Following up on the previous question: what are you doing about it right now, this moment?