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Palmer Reuther commented on Joshua Brett's blog post "Doctor's orders" should include information resources
"Good article. I think that both doctors and patients need to make adjustments in today's world with more regulations and tighter scrutiny. The most important thing is that docs are not hampered in their ability to see and provide care to…"
Oct 24, 2010
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"Doctor's orders" should include information resources

The e-patient is changing healthcare, and the healthcare world needs to adjust. One of the ways physicians can adjust is by providing other resources – particularly online ones – to their patients to learn more about their condition and how they can deal with it.Consider that physicians spend an average of only eight minutes with each patient[1]. Eight minutes! How can a physician cover everything a patient needs to know in such a short period of time? Throw in widespread public skepticism, if…See More
Oct 22, 2010
Cheri Keith commented on Joshua Brett's blog post E-patients: The changing face of healthcare
"This is a great topic-- so glad you shared your insight from this event. By spreading the word about e-patients, we can hopefully improve health care and patients being more involved."
Oct 14, 2010
Anna Gueldenhaupt commented on Joshua Brett's blog post E-patients: The changing face of healthcare
"Thanks for such an insightful post, I love the idea of "patricipatory medicine,", but I don't know how far it's gotten yet in the UK. But who knows, with the changes that are being promised by the NHS reform, which aim to give…"
Oct 14, 2010
Joshua Brett posted a blog post

E-patients: The changing face of healthcare

In honor of its 100th Anniversary, Swedish Medical Center of Seattle ran a two-day symposium on health care in the age of reform. I really wish I had been able to attend this in person (if only it didn’t take 6 hours and more than $500 to get from Philadelphia to Seattle, not even including hotel), but technology and my work schedule fortunately allowed me to watch parts of it online. I especially enjoyed one of the preliminary events covered health care in the age of social media – a topic…See More
Oct 13, 2010
Cheri Keith left a comment for Joshua Brett
"Hi Joshua-- welcome to the community. We look forward to your contributions!"
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"Doctor's orders" should include information resources





The e-patient is changing healthcare, and the healthcare world needs to adjust. One of the ways physicians can adjust is by providing other resources – particularly online ones – to their patients to learn more about their condition and how they can deal with it.



Consider that physicians spend an average of only eight…

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Posted on October 22, 2010 at 11:00am — 1 Comment

E-patients: The changing face of healthcare

In honor of its 100th Anniversary, Swedish Medical Center of Seattle ran a two-day symposium on health care in the age of reform. I really wish I had been able to attend this in person (if only it didn’t take 6 hours and more than $500 to get from Philadelphia to Seattle, not even including hotel), but technology and my work schedule fortunately allowed me to watch parts of it online. I especially enjoyed one of the preliminary events covered health… Continue

Posted on October 13, 2010 at 7:00pm — 2 Comments

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At 1:42pm on October 13, 2010, Cheri Keith said…
Hi Joshua-- welcome to the community. We look forward to your contributions!
 
 
 

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