The gist of the critics' argument is this: More data in the hands of patients could potentially be bad. To that I say, 'No way!' An engaged patient is a more compliant patient.
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Let's not duplicate failures - let's learn from them.
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We can make sense of the constant push and pull between physicians, executives, pharma, technocrats, government agencies and more.
Following Hurricane Florence, many patients are finding access to their latest records and treatments is improved thanks to the resilience of digitized records and their cloud backups.
Forget the complaints – healthcare does plenty of things right, too. So where should hospitals bow to disruption, and where should they double down their efforts?
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