Sherree Geyer

Independent Healthcare Journalist

United States

I'm an award-winning, independent healthcare journalist who specializes in clinical, business and HIT subject matter. I contribute regularly to several healthcare publications, among them “Pain Medicine News” where I write articles based on current clinical studies. I also create monographs, white papers, marketing and web content. Former editor of “Bold Voices,” a nursing publication of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, I developed web content for the University of Arizona’s College of Pharmacy.

I belong to the Association of Healthcare Journalists and National Association of Science Writers from which I've earned fellowships. I hold a bachelor’s degree in journalism with a minor in art history from Northern Illinois University, DeKalb; an Executive Certificate in Public and Non-profit Leadership from Brandman University; a Public Relations, Advertising and Marketing (PRAM) Certificate from the American Medical Writers Association.

National Headache Foundation
Migraine Attacks and Diet Triggers - National Headache Foundation

Jill Dehlin-RN, board member, National Headache Foundation, Chicago-identifies potential dietary triggers that induce a migraine attack for her, including monosodium glutamate (MSG), aspartame and alcohol, especially red wine. "When I was newly diagnosed with chronic migraine disease, I was cognizant of several things that, if...

A Country Crisis

In 2015, U.S. Representative Sam Graves of Missouri introduced The Save the Rural Hospitals Act to stem hospital closures and provide an innovative emergency care model for patients in need. The bipartisan bill (H.R.

Healthcare IT News
What will augmented and virtual reality technology do for healthcare?

Augmented reality, the technology behind this summer's popular game app, Pokémon GO, and virtual reality - popularized by the Oculus Rift gaming headset - are poised to reshape patient therapy and medical training, some say. "We believe AR/VR has the power to revolutionize how we deliver and approach healthcare and medicine," said Rodwin Pabello, director of product development at San Francisco-based software developer, Viscira.

Gastroenterology Advisor
Disability Insurance Protects Physicians Against Losses Due to Injury, Illness - Gastroenterology...

Rick Gundling, FHFMA, CMA, senior vice president of healthcare financial practices at Healthcare Financial Management Association in Westchester, Illinois, shares an anecdote that illuminates why healthcare professionals (HCPs) should consider individual disability insurance (IDI). "My grandfather was a dentist. He slipped on a floor in a grocery store and broke his arm.