Interactive timeline: 126 years of change in healthcare

By Leah VanWhy | March 2, 2017

Data Insight

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We need to stick together. Our voices are more powerful when we all reach out to make a change in our healthcare systen "Healthcare should be something we are allowed to choose. Making it so that you cannot reach the recruiter, means that all of us need to join forces and let doctors know. Thank you Deborah Helm
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I have noticed a significant decrease in the amount of time spent, looking at, and examining the patient versus looking at a computer screen, or entering data while carrying out an exam/ appointment. Was the amount of time measured in the study total appointment time, or divided into time spent in each activity in the exam room? Also, whether tracked to HIPAA or safety measurements, basic data (birthday, prescriptions) are asked for multiple times, undermining the efficiency of EHR or shared data. I find paper copies of all visits most helpful and reasonable to share across my providers.
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Liz Olson
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lizo87@aol.com

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Interactive timeline: 126 years of change in healthcare