Medicine has been one of the slowest industries to adopt technology. For the last decade, physicians across the United States and in all specialties and settings have been bombarded with fancy presentations, promises of ease of use and integration, and unfounded “data-based” assurances of future improved patient outcomes, workflow efficiencies, and practice cost savings. Wowed by the opportunity to improve the flow of their workday and patients’ health, physicians bought …
Post Author: Kenneth A. Levey, MD, MPH
He developed one of the largest women’s health-focused medical practice in New York City, and is a well-known expert in the management of chronic pelvic pain and endometriosis as well as minimally invasive and robotic surgery.
He is also the CEO of Mother Goose Health, a platform designed to optimize pregnancy outcomes using high human touch and care management with a strong data, risk modeling, and predictive analysis backbone. Mother Goose is part of the solution to the maternity care and women’s health equity crisis in America.
He is author of the article, “Use of fluorescence imaging technology to identify peritoneal endometriosis: a case report of new technology” and co-author of “Successful Robotically Assisted Laparoscopic Correction of Chronic Uterine Inversion.”
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