Hope Springs Eternal in Primary Care, Says Peter Meyers

Hope Springs Eternal in Primary Care, Says Peter Meyers »

While focusing on primary care this month (because of our 2014 Primary Care Challenge live event on September 16) we came across Peter Meyers, a fourth-year medical student from the University of Minnesota. Peter is the Clinical Innovation Content Fellow at Primary Care Progress, and he just finished a MPH program focused on health policy. As we…
PatientsLikeMe: Carlos Rodarte’s Push for Connectivity

PatientsLikeMe: Carlos Rodarte’s Push for Connectivity »

28 Aug, 2014
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When Carlos Rodarte left his life sciences consulting job, he wanted to help fix the American healthcare system by making use of mobile platforms and devices. Three years later, he's on his way. Rodarte joined PatientsLikeMe in late 2010, working to build an online patient community where patients share their health data, meet other patients like…
Google Glass in Medical Education: Tristan Gorrindo’s Perspective

Google Glass in Medical Education: Tristan Gorrindo’s Perspective »

27 Aug, 2014
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Google Glass photo via KevinMD. Tristan Gorrindo is a child and adolescent psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital and an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. As with many medical professionals, he has big hopes for Google Glass - but says that those hopes may be a ways off when it comes…
Population Medicine: The Future of American Healthcare?

Population Medicine: The Future of American Healthcare? »

Dr. Paul George is an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University (AMS). He's also the Director of AMS' Primary Care-Population Medicine Program, a new combined MD-ScM program in which students earn a medical degree and a Master's of Science degree in Population Medicine. We first met Dr.…

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