“The tech giants of Silicon Valley – love them or hate them – have put incredible personal technology tools into homes and pockets of our patients and their caregivers. Now, we must activate those instruments for our own sustainability, and for our patients’ benefit.
If the neighborly primary care practice is going to survive, we must embrace a more comprehensive and connected health data usage program reassuring patients that we truly know them and are properly equipped to assess future risk. Because that daily frappuccino could be doing more harm than good – and that’s data your doctor can use.”
Paul Helmuth is an internal medicine-pediatrics physician.
He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, “The inevitable reboot of the primary care experience.”
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