Patients and experts explore what it takes to find good health care and make the most of it.

Milly Dawson, MS, MPH is the founder of the National Healthy Work Institute, a research and consulting firm that  works with employers that are committed to helping employees lead healthier lives. Milly has written two books and for publications including Woman’s Day, Yoga Journal, The New York Times syndicate and diverse medical journals. A former Foreign Service Officer, she earned an MS in psychology at Tufts and her MPH at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Doctors as Coaches, Giving Up the High Horse

Milly Dawson | April 21, 2014
A recent conference at Harvard Medical School brought together scores of physicians who want to live healthfully themselves and to work as partners with their patients to help them do the same. I've attended many medical meetings but never one as much fun or as health promoting for participants as this one...

For Many People with Diabetes, Lifestyle Changes Trump Medications

Milly Dawson | November 21, 2013
Three key patient engagement themes emerged from this year's 'Diabetes + Innovation 2013' conference in Washington, D.C., organized by Joslin Diabetes Center at Harvard Medical School...