Phil White

When he’s not interviewing CIOs or researching the latest developments in healthcare IT, Phil enjoys writing, reading, standup paddleboarding and trying to convince his knees that they can still play pickup basketball.

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Customer Care or Couldn’t Care Less?

By Phil White | Jun 14, 2017 2:00:00 PM

A lot of companies claim that they take care of their customers, offer responsive service and do whatever it takes to keep clients happy. Some might even have some quotes “massaged” by their marketing teams to back up these assertions. But when the rubber meets the road, is there any substance to these claims or are they just a lot of hot air?

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Serving Others in South Africa—Part II

By Phil White | May 24, 2017 5:12:12 PM

The distance between Lambert’s Bay, a fishing town on South Africa’s west coast, and Dallas, is 8,711 miles. Should you wish to fly to the former, you’ll spend a whole day traveling and change planes at least twice. Yet with the wonders of modern technology, this seemingly massive gap was closed with nothing more than an Internet connection and Skype app on a fateful day in 2015.

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Serving Others in South Africa—Part I

By Phil White | May 5, 2017 11:40:51 AM

There are a lot of iconic numbers in our world. If you’re a basketball fan, Jordan’s and LeBron’s 23 comes to mind. If you grew up in England when I did, you saw David Beckham’s England and Manchester United shirts with the number 7 on the back everywhere you went. We’re told from an early age that “third time’s a charm.” While he’s not particularly superstitious, Richard Harrell might say his lucky number is 12. 

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3 Ways To Move More Each Day and Improve Your Health

By Phil White | Mar 27, 2017 11:46:30 AM

Quite a lot of people at Access are reaping the benefits of ditching their desk chairs for standing desks. The positive benefits they’re experiencing include overcoming circulation problems, losing weight and beating back pain.

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Final Stretch: Beat the Stress, Last-Day Slump and Sore Shoulders

By Phil White | Feb 22, 2017 11:34:03 AM

You survived two days at HIMSS. Congratulations! That means you successfully navigated the hour-long lines and non-existent Uber service at the airport, somehow found your way to and around the labyrinth that is the Orange County Convention Center, and attended a few after-hours events without having to wear mouse ears.

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