“If medicine is a science – then the science is the data, absent such, we are forever more doomed to simply “practice medicine.”
The value of “information” about your allergies, what medications you’re taking, past surgical procedures you’ve undergone, past or present illnesses’ you’ve been diagnosed with, or simply relevant issues about your family’s health history are all vital pieces of information that Read More
The CBO estimates that 5 percent of the nation’s gross domestic Product —$700 billion per year –goes to redundant diagnostic tests and procedures that do not actually improve health outcomes.
I was glad to see someone put the “Medicine” in with the “Tele”. (Speaking about ISeeYouCare’s platform)
There are but two components to the healthcare system that are relevant; the patient and the care provider. Only one of these components are mobile throughout their lifetime – the patient!