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Notes from the Intersection of Healthcare and Medicine

Intelligence-based medicine: lessons learned after seventy manuscripts

“Maybe that’s enlightenment enough: to know that there is no final resting place of the mind; no moment of smug clarity. Perhaps wisdom… is realizing how small I am, and unwise, and how far I have yet to go.” 

-Anthony Bourdaine American cook/author and global traveler

We have remained in a viral apocalypse now for almost six months, with no obvious denouement to this virtual lockdown. It is not the “new normal” (as some of you may recall, I do not like this term, along with “social distancing”) but a “better normal” that we work adjusting towards.

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Barriers to sickcare artificial intelligence

Dozens of venture capitalists see the most potential for applied artificial intelligence in healthcare. As noted, technology has already been used to incrementally improve patient medical records, care delivery, diagnostic accuracy, and drug
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Sickcare digital transformation tips

Every industry, including Sickcare USA, is struggling with how to digitally transform themselves. In the case of sickcare, the transformation is a large part of the THE BIG FIX changing sick care to healthcare. Here is why non-sickcare entrepreneurs fail in sickcare.
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Prepare now for intelligent medicine

Artificial intelligence has the promise to make healthcare professionals smarter, better, faster, and cheaper and, as a result, make patients healthier at less cost and healthcare workers happier, less burned out and more productive. AI could even help transform sickcare into healthcare.
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How to make doctors more productive

The economists tell us that labor productivity is a measure of the amount of goods and services that the average worker produces in an hour of work. The level of productivity is the single most important determinant of a country’s standard of living, with faster productivity growth leading to an increasingly better standard of living. Given recent stagnation in wages, however, some are re-examining the link. It turns out if you make more things or produce more services, you don't necessarily make more money. In the case of doctors, the reverse is true. If you make more money it does not necessarily mean you are more productive.
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IoMT challenges

Each day, more and more things get connected, creating an event bigger and bigger smart world creating more and more data that makes us more and more vulnerable to cyberattacks and intrusions. This might be the final straw. Is there no place to be private anymore?
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