By April Miller – More than ever, patients are taking an active role in their own health care. Empowering individuals to make important, informed decisions about their well-being is an essential part of health care consumerism.Read More
By April Miller – Burnout is a problem in many industries, but it’s particularly problematic in healthcare. In addition to being all too common, stress and burnout among clinicians can affect patient outcomes and limit hospitals’ capacity to treat people. Artificial intelligence (AI) and automation could help.
By April Miller – Today’s most powerful health care delivery system is telehealth. Increased care for personal health maintenance and the advancement of medical technologies catalyzed the shift. We must facilitate growing populations, curious patient queries and potentially novel illnesses.