Millennials—the often-maligned generation born between the early 1980s and early 2000s—are beginning to shape medicine. As they do, new technology is becoming increasingly prevalent in medical interactions. Continue reading How Are Millennials Shaping Medicine?
Every day, no matter how rural of an area you live in, you probably run into at least one person of a different cultural background. In our healthcare system, it’s even more common, as we all need the same types of care. But serving these other cultures as a healthcare provider may come with considerations in regard to patient education that haven’t crossed our minds yet.
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Patient education is at the core of what we do from a self-pay side, but we know it’s an important part of what happens in a hospital every day too. A recent article suggests that many patients don’t retain much of the information they’re provided, perhaps because of the stress they may be feeling. However, a new education system is being used in trials to determine if hospitals and their partners can use technology to improve the education we provide to patients.