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Concierge Contact Tracing

A few years ago, I had a patient who was admitted with minor blunt trauma following a motor vehicle crash. A couple of days later, while preparing her for discharge, I noticed a cough. The patient mentioned that she…

21st century hospital

Americans from the Silent or Greatest Generation (born roughly before 1945) have, until recently, made up a disproportionate number of healthcare patients as they age. These seniors tend to listen to their doctors, obediently follow their healthcare system’s rules,…

Improving Human Connectivity in Healthcare

Last weekend, I watched a college soccer team compete against a professional team. The college team didn’t fare badly, but the professional team was clearly better. The difference in performance showed in the most basic activity in playing soccer…