Lee Aase is founder of HELPcare LLC (HELPcare.health), which provides online education, peer support and coaching for people who want to reclaim and restore their health through lifestyle changes.
HELPcare LLC also provides management services to HELPcare Clinic, a membership-based direct primary care clinic founded by David Strobel, M.D. that will open in Austin, Minnesota in February 2022.
Lee formerly created and led Mayo Clinic’s Social & Digital Innovation team, which manages Mayo Clinic’s presence on general purpose social networks like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter as well as its owned blog and community platform. He retired from Mayo Clinic in August 2021 to launch HELPcare and HELPcare Clinic.
Prior to joining Mayo Clinic in 2000, Lee spent more than a decade in political and government communications at the local, state and federal level.
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Lee – did you take the Aase Family Christmas Letter down?? I had marked it for a time when I could sit down and enjoy it, and now I can’t find it. Help!!
Lee — you and i have a lot in common, as i am the husband of 6 and father of one — “one mayo clinic” that is!!!
Actually, now I’m the husband of one, father of six and father-in-law of one.
Are you moving to Utah soon, Michael?
See you Monday night in Alexandria? 6pm at Hiltom?
I’m at a reunion right now with my five wives. I’m twittering from the couch. Soon I’ll be twittering from the kitchen. I happened upon your facebook site and just had to enter this conversation. Actually I’m in jail right now, polygamy charges. Are you the same Lee Aase who used to work with the governor of Minnesota?
I stumbled on this site – it has a wealth of information!
I am looking for case studies or information on INTERNAL government blogs. Any chance you might be able to point me to some information in this topic?
I can say that domain names with dashes like your’s “social-media-university-global” treated by Google and others like spam domains…
That’s interesting. I don’t think that’s correct, because if you search for Blue Shirt Nation in Google, for instance, a post I wrote comes up in the top 5. The post by one of the guys actually responsible for Best Buy’s Blue Shirt Nation is lower than mine. And if you search for Best Buy Blue Shirt Nation I come up #3. So I’m going to do a post about this and invite feedback from others to see if they can confirm what you’re saying.
Hi, Lee. Linda Donlin just sent me the link to this site. I haven’t dug deeply into it yet, but I like what I’ve seen so far!
i came across this website by looking up express employee communications
i think its irrelevent but i do like what i see here
Absolutely amazing, Lee! I somehow stumbled upon this site this afternoon. Very impressive, Great work!
Wow Lee this is great i hope to keep more intouch with you and the family this way. I did just like you said and googled your name and im glad i did. i just want to say wow