With technology impacting nearly every aspect of our lives, one critically important area remains immune to change: the relationship between patients and their medical records. If you’re like most Americans, you’ve likely never seen your complete medical record and don’t know the process to access it. How can patients be expected to take responsibility for their…

The Institute For Education, of with Kemper is CEO, had the honor of hosting a salon with Ambassador Mohib in November of 2017. This follow-up discussion between H.E. Mohib and Coach Kemper seeks to discuss topics beyond the scope of mainstream media coverage about Afghanistan. “Beyond the Headlines,” what is the one thing you’d like American news…

2017 Nobels Feted At DC’s “Oscars” Our nation’s capital had the honor of feting the Nobel Laureates, in a preview of Stockholm’s full red carpet festivities, at what is widely considered D.C.’s glitziest night of the year — D.C.’s Oscars! This year there were eight American recipients of the Prize in a wide variety of…

Last month, a national controversy erupted when a male engineer at Google suggested that women were inherently inferior to men. I was immediately brought back to the year 1973. Billie Jean King had already rocked professional tennis and stunned the world by smashing every last glass ceiling in tennis with her powerful serve and tireless…

Digital Bipartisanship: Designers and Innovators In an era of hyper-partisanship and political gridlock, at least one common initiative unites the Trump and Obama White House: advancing American leadership by embracing technology and innovation in government. Trump’s Office of American Innovation (OAI), led by Jared Kushner, Reed Cordish, Matt Lira, and Rob Cook, aims to continue…

BY KATHY KEMPER, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR – Posted The Hill | 01/23/17 @07:20 PM EST © Getty Images With not even an hour of his presidency to spare, then-President Obama huddled in the holding room in the Capitol, just off the balcony, steps from where then-President-elect Trump would take the oath of office. In this unusual setting,…

By Kathy Kemper | 01/23/2017 12:40 pm ET With not even an hour of his presidency to spare, Barack Obama huddled in the holding room in the U.S. Capitol, just off the balcony, steps from where Donald Trump would take the oath of office. In this unusual setting, the outgoing President signed H.R. 39, the TALENT…