Amanda Greene

Amanda Greene is an advocate for patients with Lupus and raises awareness and support for Lupus and the Lupus community. Greene was diagnosed with Lupus at the age of 15 and continually explores new resources to manage her symptoms. Greene served as a Social Media Narrator for the “Great Challenges” program at TEDMED 2013 and speaks about her experiences on a national level.

Recent Posts

The Virtual Reality of Tomorrow is Here Today
Its conference season and I’ve been thinking about what has most stood out to me at events this year and in the past. One of the most memorable technologies to cross my path has been virtual reality ...
Improving the Patient Experience: From the Website to the Waiting Room
As a woman who lives with multiple chronic autoimmune conditions—essentially a professional “patient”— I spend a lot of my time managing the logistics of my healthcare.  How nice it would be if ...
The Power of Positive Texting
Texting has changed communication in every industry, including healthcare.  As with any shift, there are ways to adapt to make the transition easier for everyone involved—in healthcare that includes ...
Always Something There to Remind Me…
While the band “Naked Eyes” may long be forgotten, their song “Always Something There to Remind Me” could be the theme song of my patient care management. Thanks to advances in technology and ...

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