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Craig DeLarge
Works at Merck & Co.
Lives in Philadelphia, PA
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Please read and live this.
It’s surprising how easy it is to lose sight of the important things in life. Busy schedules and weekly routines have a tendency to put the brain on autopilot.Some of life’s essential truths need repeating. Keep this list handy and give it a read any time you need a boost.1. BEING BUSY DOES NOT EQUAL BEING PRODUCTIVELook at everyone around you. They all seem so busy—running from meeting to meeting and firing off emails. Yet how many of them are r...
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I wanted to make you were aware of an opportunity for #digital #mentalhealth entrepreneurs to participate in the Mental Health Digital Innovation Challenge. See details at this link: https://www.evernote.com/l/ACHL-O5MbytOYL1UZOQvJE9JZxx14JrLbNk, and reach to me with questions. 

Be well. 
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I am so grateful to @Michael Banks and the folks at The Doctor's Channel​ for producing this video highlighting the work of The Digital #MentalHealth Project! 
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Great video, Craig. Great message. Terrific idea! What can I do to help?
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Some thoughts on Digital #MentalHealth! I am interested in your thoughts about these thoughts. #ePharma http://epharmasummitblog.iirusa.com/2015/02/pharmas-beyond-pill-mental-health.html
Recently, a shift has started to occur in the healthcare and technology industries known as “digital health.” Digital health as it's commonly defined is “convergence of the digital and genetics revolutions with health and healthcare with the goal of reducing inefficiencies in healthcare delivery ...
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Here is another recent LinkedIn post I wanted to share with you, and on the second anniversary of "The Trip To Nowhere":

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/lessons-from-trip-nowhere-craig-delarge-mba-cpc?trk=object-title
This date two years ago, December 26, 2012, my wife and I finally got around to striking another item off our "someday maybe" list by taking the vaunted "Trip to Nowhere". The Trip to Nowhere: The Game: To topline it, this endeavor involved getting up the morning after Christmas, packing (overnight) bags, donning layers (against the winter cold) and going to the airport with no clue of where we were going. Once there, we use an iPad app, Airport ...
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Check out first public use of the logo of The Digital Mental Health Project at this link: http://www.meetup.com/health20nyc/events/220421108/.

And if you live in NYC, are interested in how digital is aiding mental health and have not signed up for this event yet, please do so.
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Great talk on how we must not forget the other side of the @digitaldivide as we advance #digitalhealth.
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The title of this speech warms my heart as I too often see patients in hospitals who are made to feel like 2nd class citizens by myopic-minded healthcare professionals who speak "digitally," assuming every patient has access to the expensive devices they now rely upon for almost all of their medical practices with the exception of the physical examination, when these patients only know "analog" and the result is a "disconnect."  Kudos for tackling this subject because the practice of medicine will seemingly always rest upon the relationship between Doctor and Patient. Technology and economic-standing should never be a factor in communicating with patients about their medical care. 
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The WiseWorking Handbook is NOW on Goodreads.com!

When you have purchased and read it, in print or eBook, please rate and review it. I really really appreciate that.

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/24347398-the-wiseworking-handbook
The "WiseWorking Handbook" is just that?a handbook on how to be a wiser worker in the form of a collection of instructive and insightful ...
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By the way, if you had not heard about the Mental Health Digital Innovation Challenge Event that is taking place in NYC April 8th (and also being webcast), please see here, http://www.meetup.com/health20nyc/events/220421108/, and spread the word as we are looking for sponsors, pitch participants and attendees.
Recently, a shift has started to occur in the healthcare and technology industries known as “digital health.” Digital health as it's commonly defined is “convergence of the digital and genetics revolutions with health and healthcare with the goal of reducing inefficiencies in healthcare delivery ...
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Even though my sabbatical is over, I (and volunteers who have emerged) remain diligent working to further develop The Digital Mental Health Project. The work of mapping the benefits, risks, opportunities and applications of digital technology in addressing mental health and illness has proven to ...
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The #eBook edition of The #WiseWorking Handbook is now available at http://bit.ly/1wfqwBU #WiseWorkingHandbook
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Director, Professional Relationship Marketing
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  • Merck & Co.
    Leader, Multi Channel Marketing, US & Business Franchises, 2012 - present
  • Novo Nordisk
    Director, Professional Relationship Marketing, 2006 - 2012
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • GlaxoSmithKline
    2004 - 2006
  • Communications Media, Inc
  • IMS Health
  • Drexel University
    Lecturer
  • Philadelphia University
    Adjunct Professor
  • Chestnut Hill College
    Adjunct Professor
  • St. Joseph's University
    Adjunct Professor
  • Philadelphia Magazine
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Communications Strategist, New Media Intrapreneur, Design Manager, WiseWorking Coach, Mini Cooper fan, NAMI Member, Strategy Storyist
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See my profile at www.linkedin.com/in/cadelarge, my blog at www.wiseworking.com and my Facebook page at www.facebook.com/cadelarge.
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Philadelphia, PA - Pensacola, FL - Long Beach, CA
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I am happy to say that our second trip (to China) with G1 was better than the first (to Egypt) and the first was good. We really appreciate how G1 handled all the details from lodging to meals to transportation to social engagement to cultural exposure so that we could just show up according to schedule and enjoy the trip. Our tour manager was stellar exhibiting a good combination of command and accommodation to keep order and comfort among the 30 of us she was responsible for. She was a master of diplomacy, logistics management and managing expectations. We especially appreciated how she went above and beyond to facilitate our visit with the Panda cubs in Chengdu. We were not sure if this would be a guarantee but she and her team made it so and we so appreciate that. It was great that on this trip we got to see the sites that we knew we wanted to see but also a number of sites that we would not have known we wanted to see but which on seeing them greatly enriched the trip. The trips to the Buddhist sacred mountain, Mt,. Emei, the sitting Buddha at Leshan, the morning visit to the park and the Muslim Market Street in Xian and the evening shows (Sichuan Opera, Tang Dynasty and Shanghai Acrobats), were especially nice surprises during the trip which we would have missed without the forethought and planning of our guides. We also enjoyed the good balance that existed between planned sightseeing time and down time to wander and rest. Nice flexible order is what I call it. As on our last G1 trip, we were reminded of the bonus advantage of all the great people one gets to meet which enriches the social experience and lends an element of safety. We are already planning our next G1 trip!
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