I firmly believe that it is important that you have access to the kind of information that will help you optimize your health.
Many are quick to criticize our health care system and they would be right but perhaps for the wrong reasons. Ultimately, if one does not get the health outcomes they want or need, this indeed is a failure. The question we must ask – what is the root cause of this! Unfortunately, most will have
Help for the Helpers: resources for physicians dealing with mental illness and burnout Incidences of mental illness, burnout, and defection are increasing among physicians and healthcare workers as the COVID-19 pandemic continues1. More-so than simple overburdening and overworking, this intense wave of burnout in healthcare practitioners is reportedly tied to large amounts of collective
Healthcare and Technology The healthcare industry struggles to integrate new technologies into patient care and practice for a number of reasons, most of them involving time constraints and lack of expertise. Often unmentioned however are other causes, namely technological outmoding and data volume. The amount of data and information doctors possess and disseminate is
Thinking Creatively 101: James Webb Young For all the talk of creative thinking as a part of a pedagogical paradigm (teaching strategy and theory), creative thinking and critical reasoning are skills that are rarely, if ever, dissected and addressed. The concepts are paid lip service and theorized around, but to my recollection, I
AI Will Not Replace Doctors, But It May Drastically Change Their Jobs https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2019/03/15/ai-will-not-replace-doctors-but-it-may-drastically-change-their-jobs/?sh=5db90cc3636a This op-ed posits that in the same way that the finance industry adopting technology and its subsequent infiltration of their dynamics changed the roles of everyone employed, the same thing is bound to happen to healthcare, which has historically been one of