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Bryan Vartabedian

“What marketers do is entirely different from what healthcare professionals should do on.”
Bedside manner, etc. Why is the medical profession obsessed with 'the bedside'?
What Counts in Medicine? Spoiler alert: What counts is what brings value
Author's Thinkpad as part of display of collection, Victoria Library
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"Most of our care happens outside the hospital, 99% of it. It's self-care." Rock on brother @gfry. #WaronCancer
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Doctors should seize the opportunities that come with their own redefinition
“If paper charts returned to the exam room door I suspect I wouldn't go back to my old ways”
Find your door before every encounter. And make one if it doesn't exist
Design and flow will become important if you take your writing seriously @ulyssesapp review
What do you do when you find that a patient's been recording your conversation? | 33 Charts
“There’s an affirmation bias in public dialog. We only like things.”
How do we make evidence care for individual patients?
Alterity is the ability to see the world through the eyes of another - a precursor 2 empathy
Why I now do the core of my writing on @ulyssesapp
Wishing everyone a safe and happy Labor Day from Texas Children's Hospital #WestCampus!
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“… their motto was ’Rapid, Flexible, Reliable.’” —Ben Chestnut… via @swissmiss
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Why are there so many social ER doctors?
How do you know #telemedicine is really taking off? When it is rated as "amazing" in @PopMech :-)
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“I know my patients. I’m good at connecting faces to stories.”
When Doctors Choose a Job Based on the EHR
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