While most of us think about telehealth as a way to avoid going to the hospital or clinic, in the time of Covid and beyond there are advantages using it in the hospital.
Providers tend to talk about adherence. What does it mean to stay healthy? It means life decisions every day for the patient.
While many of us object to pharma’s efforts to manipulate us, there is something to be learned. How messaging could improve compliance would ultimately allow better healthcare outcomes. Dr. Michael Mackert discusses the issue and opportunity.
The last 25 years has been all about moving from paper to digital. While there have been many gains in terms, there has also been an erosion in the doctor-patient relationship. More tech, AI may ironically offer an opportunity to reverse the process.
Behavioral economics offers a way to learn why we make what can seem to be irrational decisions, particularly when it comes to our health. This applies to choices about whether or not to procedure with surgery as well as the end of life.
Telemedicine is now a tool, less a technology, Healthcare tends change slowly. Particularly when we think about spaces- clinics, hospitals and other places care is delivered need to be considered as an opportunity to rethink technology and how we interact with each other.