this discussion is based on the following lecture

Tweeting Loud, Tweeting Strong

Lecture was delivered by Sarah Mojarad, as a part of our “Even Doctors Need ife Lessons” Series
Sarah Mojarad

The Panel Discussion

Note: this discussion panel was streamed live, into our Youtube channel and the doctors-only Facebook group. See host & panelist bios below.


Dr. Amelia L. Bueche


Dr. Amelia L. Bueche is a specialist in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, nurturing health and empowering patients to realize their amazing inherent capacity. Dr. Bueche founded This Osteopathic Life to expand the understanding and application of osteopathic philosophy beyond the clinical setting, ultimately serving as guiding principles for a cultural revolution grounded in love and humanity.  Dr Bueche is a leader of coaches and a coach of leaders, serving as Chair of Coaching for AMWA IGNITE and is the founder of Coaching For Institutions – Bringing Health to Medicine. She specializes in design and facilitation of coaching programs for physicians at all stages of education, training and practice, helping them unleash their inner potential to develop immunity to burnout and find success in any situation.


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Dr. Nina Maouelainin


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Bradley Block, MD

Dr. Bradley Block


Dr. Bradley Block is an otolaryngologist – head and neck surgeon on Long Island, New York, where he lives with his wife and three young sons. He is a partner at ENT and Allergy Associates and he created the Physician’s Guide to Doctoring Podcast. It is a scintillating and engaging podcast, where he interviews physician and non-physician experts to help teach us what we should have been learning while we were busy memorizing Kreb’s Cycle. It is a practical guide for practicing physicians, physicians-in-training and all allied health professionals. Topics range from personal finance to politics to improving interactions with patients to what every doctor should know about different specialties. You can find him at PhysiciansGuidetoDoctoring.com and on Twitter @physiciansguide. You can’t find him on TikTok, Snapchat, Etsy or on Pinterest and you probably never will. He went to med school at SUNY Buffalo and graduated with research honors and went on to residency at Georgetown. He enjoys surfing (yes, there is surfing on Long Island), skiing (there is no skiing on Long Island), smoking meat, exercising, throwing his sons across the pool and finding any excuse to quote an 80s movie.
Leah Houston, MD

Dr. Leah Houston


Leah Houston, MD practiced emergency medicine across the US for nearly 10 years before becoming an entrepreneur in the physician autonomy and digital privacy space. As locum tenens physician she worked in 11 different health systems and 3 different states. She experienced multiple times first-hand what all physicians experience: the administrative burden of the onboarding and credentialing process. That experience led her to start HPEC, a digital identity and credential data wallet for practicing physicians. The HPEC wallet is a decentralized application now available on the app store that makes the physician the primary source of ownership and control of their professional credentials, data, and can be leveraged to give them control over the greater healthcare ecosystem through a decentralized censorship resistant social and referral network. While developing HPEC we realized to keep HPEC viable, we needed to also build an interoperable credential issuing system, so we leveraged the decentralized system we built in HPEC to form evercred, a second separate and interoperable entity to address a broader and more commercial market.

Dr. Sue Grosso


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