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I love sparks—little things that carry so much potential. They hold the power of what could be. Growing up I knew I could be a successful attorney—and I’ve practiced for 20 years, earning multiple honors including being named one of the top 50 female lawyers in the state of Pennsylvania. I knew I could be an extraordinary communicator—and now I’m a sought-after speaker and consultant, a host at LawNewz, a contributor to publications such at Thrive Global and Global Grind, and I’ve appeared on Fox News Channel, CNN, Fox Business, HLN and CBS.
I’ve seen the worst of what bad communication in healthcare brings. It could be different. Patients, providers and caretakers could be working together to achieve their highest potential. It’s time to turn that spark to a flame, and I know how to light the way.
After seeing her speak and captivate audiences at numerous national meetings over the past 10 years, I booked Heather to deliver a keynote address on medical malpractice to a large group of orthopedic spine and neurosurgeons. She was the highlight of our meeting...incredibly well-prepared and insightful while eliciting lots of questions and great discussion.Stephen E. Koenigsberg - Stryker Spine
My introduction to Heather was when she presented to the Irish Hospital Consultant’s Association at their Annual Conference. She gave a wonderful talk on how better communication between doctor and patient can lead to better results. I was very enthused by her passion for improving the lives of both patients and healthcare staff; she does not react as one would typically expect a lawyer to behave. As a result of her talk I did some reflection and brought her message back to my ObGyn department. I continue to highlight the importance of good communication and would love to see her back to Ireland to undertake training and workshops for staff.Mary McCaffrey - The Scotia Clinic
I’ve seen Heather present at numerous conferences, including the annual AAOS meeting. She consistently delivers, and her enthusiasm and delivery have us asking her back year after year. Heather delivers.Todd Albert - Surgeon in Chief and Medical Director, Hospital for Special Surgery
While I was Assistant Vice President at Drexel University College of Medicine we engaged Ms. Hansen to give numerous talks, lectures and presentations to physicians, staff and medical students. She is always prepared, engaging and certainly knows her stuff.Deborah R. Lorber - Assistant Vice President - Drexel University College of Medicine – retired 2013
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