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Progress and Purpose in Healthcare Driven by Patient-Generated Health Data

By Chris Edwards, Chief Marketing Officer, Validic Technology has been a growing part of healthcare for decades. We’re familiar with great advances in imaging devices, advanced surgical technology, sophisticated heart rate monitors, and more recently, electronic patient management systems and clinical workflow systems, which are being utilized daily in health systems, hospitals and clinics. But, now, technologies being used by patients outside of the clinical setting are solidifying their role in the future of medicine and care. 

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No Wonder Doctors Are Burning Out. 

Patient Satisfaction and Quality Care Hard and Nearly Impossible for MDs to Facilitate – Causing Burnout of MDs

“The trend towards rewarding (or punishing) physicians based on patient satisfaction makes the dilemma of providing the best care even more difficult. The reality is that patient satisfaction does not seem to correlate with quality of care. “

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MDs should not have to be the “mediator” for both Patient Satisfaction and Government Quality Indicators between patients and their insurance companies and big government.  MDs should be allowed to practice medicine and care for the patient as an individual.  This is leading to MD burnout which is leading MDs to burnout as well as to leave the field of Medicine.  The result is Physician shortages in the United States and it appears that this is going to continue for some time.  

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How Healthcare Should Be in 2016 and Beyond

“I believe that for primary care, insurance must reverse completely and can only be driven by the physicians themselves. In 2016, there is no realistic way for a practicing primary care physician to be so inefficient or corrupt that the oversight now in place is demanded. We are wasting a huge amount monitoring people who cannot cheat in any big way. We must dump both the private and government insurance process and its endless monitoring devices and let the primary physicians work in peace to cure as many people in the best way possible. There are places for cooperative behavior, such as wellness programs and obesity clinics, but these must be designed for the benefit of the doctor-patient agreed to goals, not the objective measure of ‘watchers’.”

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This is an excellent and rational explanation of how our healthcare system and insurance reimbursement should be set up.  This is one of the best articles I have read in a long time that is both practical and realistic for all involved.  Great read for anyone in the healthcare field.

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