Here’s a few tweets that stood out to me this week. Plus a little commentary on each.
— David Chou (@dchou1107) November 5, 2015
These numbers are pretty shocking. More people get health information online than a whole slew of other popular online services. This is shocking because almost none of that health information is actually coming from providers. It’s coming from other sources.
— Atul Gawande (@Atul_Gawande) November 3, 2015
I guess we shouldn’t be surprised by this rise in deaths. I’m not sure what health care can do to solve this rise. I think this requires a change in culture more than a change in health care. (some might argue that culture is part of health care)
— Keith Fujishige (@FujiFactor) November 11, 2015
The patient first mentality is an important one. I’m always surprised how many patient apps are built with very little involvement from actual patients.