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Valeet Healthcare Goes to Australia

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We had the opportunity to go to Australia last month to explore partnerships with several healthcare facilities in Western Australia. Dr. John Walker, an anesthesiologist and healthtech aficionado, hosted me for which I was grateful. I visited several healthcare facilities and gained a deeper understanding of their needs. I was honored to give a lecture to doctors, residents and medical students about healthcare innovation. I also had the opportunity to talk with them on an individual level, learning about their concerns and needs. One thing stands out: fragmentation of healthcare and lack of real patient engagement tools are global problems….

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How to Navigate the Health System: A Patient Perspective

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I’ve had to learn how to navigate the healthcare system over the last few years.  If you read my last blog post, I am a cancer survivor!  I’ve been through some ups and downs, some highs and some lows, but here I am.  Through my journey, I learned some ways to succeed in my health outcomes and I want to share them with you in hopes that my experiences and insights can help shed light for others out there who are also trying to navigate the healthcare system: 1.Take charge of your own health This is a must!  In order…

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Physician Workflow in the Digital Age: Let’s Get With It!

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Looking back on when I was a medical student, one of my favorite things to do was sift through the charts for the two or three patients I would carry. I always found it satisfying to look at all of the data and find order amidst the sea of chaos. It was rewarding, and I even made up a special color-coding system with my gel roll pens to organize the information on paper. But that was about 10 years ago. Fast forward to 2016 and now I’m an attending physician. Recently, a resident that I was working with pulled out…

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