I attended ePatient10 this week in Philadelphia and got the chance to meet some wonderful people interested in improving patient-provider relations, healthcare communication and the adoption and employment of emerging technologies in healthcare.
One of the questions I raised had to do with getting physicians involved in the growing discussions about these plays for importance. It’s my view that physician involvement can be a sort of limiting agent, and that rather than “taking on” physicians, they aught to be approached from where they are coming from so that they can better understand why it’s important to listen.
The video of my summary of the question is over here: pixelsandpills:
You can catch up with the conference tweets here: #ePatCon.