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Social Distancing for Healthcare Workers

In the Philippines, distant areas don’t have easy access to medical care so healthcare workers bring services to these people. They encounter dangerous terrains, river waters, and rebel threats out of sworn duty. They go extended periods without seeing their families...

Wearables with More Sensors

More sensors. More Fun. For just wearing a watch there’s a lot of data here. Imagine if all your patients wore this and you and your office had full access to it. You could establish standards for different classes of patients. You have an ability to: Trigger an...

Telemedicine Is Down But Not Out

Telemedicine responded to a panic situation and now people are returning to greater in-person visits. I agree with the writer here, “it requires careful consideration of which clinical circumstances should command in-person attention and which cases can be...

Will healthcare ever return to the old normal?

Business is learning something new. They understand that employees can be productive at home. A CEO’s job is to maximize profit and real estate is not cheap. One of the more profound questions that arises from this, where do I hire my staff? I have a self interest in...

The Wearables are Coming

The Apple Watch has been the dominant smart watch and it has driven itself and all competitors into health monitoring. Apple is a luxury brand and they command premium prices, allowing them to put a lot into their watches. Personally I like the idea of wearables. I’ve...

A New Norm for Doctors’ Appointments

The COVID-19 crisis has proven itself as a challenge for the global healthcare industry. As of this writing, the World Health Organization (WHO) has logged 16 million cases worldwide, with over 4 million in the United States alone. Following the reopening of various...