What is the single thing doctors could do to improve their communication skills with patients?
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Le e-learning a quinze ans d’âge. Après un démarrage laborieux, il semble promis à franchir rapidement un pallier, transformant ainsi en profondeur le rôle et la place des responsables de formation en entreprise.
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Mobile apps that enable doctors to quickly reference medical research are paving the way for a digital revolution in healthcare
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Wearable sensors, trackers and other such technolohgy are reshaping the healthcare industry as there is growing potential to change unhealthy behaviors through more information gleaned from these products.
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A survey of physicians in eight countries found that U.S. doctors in particular do not believe patients should have full access to their electronic health records.
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A bias persists that doctors don’t use technology enough, particularly social media and apps. A Poll by Sermo however shows that while some doctors are reluctant to enter the digital pool, once they adopt, they adopt enthusiastically. Doctors are open to adopting more technology to manage their practices and they embrace medical reference apps.
The most popular smart phone for physicians is the iPhone according to MedCrunch. A few top apps are listed below
Medscape. Used by over 3 million doctors, nurses and medical students worldwide, Medscape is big. You can use it for medical news, clinical reference to things like drugs, diseases, conditions and procedures, and even provides medical education.
EpocratesRx. This app is popular for drug interactions, research, Pill ID and medicine calculators. The lite version is free, but you can purchase the full version for $160.
NeuroMind is a great app for neurologists, neurosurgeons and med students. It provides basic safety checklist requirements via the World Health Organization, and has “interactive clinical decision support.” It is the number one neuro app with over 140,000 downloads.
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Michel GAGNEUX assure la direction de l’ASIP Santé à titre intérimaire
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