Lisa Bond

Lisa combines extensive product management, leadership, usability, and logistics experience in healthcare to help shape the CareSync product and services. Currently, she's the Product Manager for CareSync and leads the project with design processes focused on workflow, multi-platform consistencies, and current market trends. Her eye for great design and usability is integral to CareSync's overall design and development.
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Product Manager Field Research

Posted by Lisa Bond

Jun 25, 2015 1:09:25 PM

Hi!  I am a product manager at CareSync, and I love using it for my family.  We’re quite healthy, so aside from well visits and an ongoing ear infection the dog can’t shake, I haven’t had to use it for anything major.

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Topics: chronic conditions, share your health stories, diabetes

Healthcare Data in Silos: 7 Reasons Data Isn't Shared

Posted by Lisa Bond

Jul 30, 2014 8:00:00 AM

Nothing is more important than your health, but miscommunications in healthcare cost billions of dollars and thousands of lives every year. Why?

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CareSync Changes Behavior

Posted by Lisa Bond

Jun 3, 2014 1:39:24 PM

Patient Engagement is the biggest buzzword in healthcare right now, but many people aren't sure what it is, and no one is absolutely certain how to make it happen. As we create CareSync, our team is constantly looking for ways to get people proactively involved in their care, and I had a chance to test it out personally over the last few days.

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Topics: patient engagement

The Ultimate Pet Healthcare Tool

Posted by Lisa Bond

Apr 17, 2014 8:30:00 AM

Is your pet an important member of your family? How do you manage his healthcare?

Oddjob is our family's Labradoodle, security guard, and frequent food thief. I want to take good care of him, I want to stay on top of his meds, and I definitely want to make sure we don't have any flare-ups from his outrageous wheat allergy. Oddjob has his place in our CareSync record. Here are some ways CareSync is taking care of him for us:

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Topics: family health

Happy (& Healthy) Valentine's Day!

Posted by Lisa Bond

Feb 14, 2014 9:55:35 AM

It's the day for love...here are a few ways to make it a healthy one!

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Vitamin D Tips

Posted by Lisa Bond

Feb 2, 2014 9:05:00 AM

It’s getting colder and colder this winter…the South was even hit with snow and ice this week!  We’re hoping Punxatawney Phil (who knew there was a Groundhog Ball?!) doesn’t see his shadow on Sunday. Whether or not the weather improves, there are ways to fight the winter blues.

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Topics: healthy living

Engaged Patient: Do You Know Your Blood Type?

Posted by Lisa Bond

Jul 15, 2013 10:36:00 AM

My husband is a certified science geek, so his announcement that he was going to do blood type testing with the kids wasn't a big surprise. I was mostly worried about the sticking-to-get-the-blood part. Plus, I was very confident I had the blood types in their newborn paperwork.

Yesterday was the big day.

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Topics: family health

Happy National Chocolate Day from the CareSync Chocoholics!

Posted by Lisa Bond

Jul 7, 2013 7:32:00 PM

It's common knowledge that chocolate makes people feel happy, but did you know there are real health benefits to chocolate?

  • Chocolate actually does make you feel better by boosting your body's dopamine system
  • Studies prove chocolate can lower heart attack and stroke risk, and lower blood pressure and cholesterol
  • The Cocoa, Cognitive, & Aging test found that chocolate may make you smarter
  • Moderate chocolate eaters have lower incidences of diabetes and lower BMI  

Stick with solid, dark chocolates:  The closer to 90%, the better, with limited amounts of fat.  As always, tracking your calorie intake, weight, blood pressure, and other indicators can ensure a healthier you!

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Topics: healthy living

I'm the Dog's Caregiver, Too

Posted by Lisa Bond

Mar 19, 2013 8:57:00 AM

Last week I got a whiff of my stinky dog while I was working on my family health records and realized it was past time to make his grooming appointment.  The groomer requires proof of immunizations, so I ran to the random drawer where I keep them.  It occurred to me that not only is Oddjob part of our family, I'm his caregiver.  

I grabbed the file and added him to my CareSync family health record.  He's got some strange allergies with violent gastric reactions, so I put those in first.  Then I scheduled his grooming appointments.  I scanned in his immunization records and his original papers.  I invited my husband to be a caregiver, too (I'm sure he was thrilled).   I can't wait to hit the Fax button to share his records with the kennel next time we go on vacation.  I love knowing that his vet appointment will be scheduled before we run out of flea treatments.  I love that all our tasks are in the same place and that we can share between family members.

And I love seeing his picture in our family list.

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Topics: family health

Changing Perspectives on Changing Doctors

Posted by Lisa Bond

Mar 14, 2013 4:39:00 PM

We've talked a lot about the medical records challenges moms face when moving: Gathering family health records, choosing new doctors, sharing immunization & allergy information with schools and other caregivers. Our family is settled into this house and this town so deeply, it never occurred to me that I would have to deal with any of this. I worked for years to find doctors we love, doctors who can provide continuity of care among family members and over time, doctors who are under two miles from my driveway. Then my insurance company and the hospital group where nearly all our doctors practice got into a months-long fight over their contracts, and my family (of seven!) was fired.

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