Are We Too Dependent on Technology in Healthcare?

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We have to redefine the parameters of that interaction between the doctor and the patient. It has to be more of a conversation and I think when we look at how clinical medicine was practiced a 100 years ago or even 50 years ago. That hierarchy between the provider and the patient has now been to some extent level.

Patients expect to be engaged in their care planning. They expect to be informed at a much more granular level than they may have been in the past and I think it's critical that clinicians evolve into that new era and appreciate that, and I think we are seeing that paradigm shift with a new generation and even with the existing generation of providers.

I think that conversation has really been has really changed over the past decade as we've seen these information tools become more accessible.