Describes gap between what we know and what we do
MADISON The human aspect of leveraging and delivering information technology for increased patient safety in health care is often overshadowed by the appeal of cutting-edge technologies, gizmos and gadgets. Jeffrey Grossman MD
, president and chief operati......Full article >>>
ients in the information-soaked world of medicine.
Were now getting into the generation of new physicians whose lives are going to be fundamentally different there really is going to have to be a new paradigm for these folks, Grossman said. How are we going to keep peoples brains and hearts connected?
New doctors are often enthusiastic and pure at heart, he said, but eventually ......Full article >>>
nology is inadequate to improve patient care.
A new model of care and new expectations are necessary to make progress. And while Grossman said he doesnt expect a revolution in medical education anytime soon, slowly the system will evolve to better serve future physicians.
Audience members appreciated Grossmans practitioner viewpoint.
For me, it was more of an education,......Full article >>>
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