Monthly Archives: June 2014

In our previous post, we began the discussion of the role of a team within healthcare. To facilitate the discussion, we consulted a newly published book called Patient-Centered Medicine in Transition (from a series entitled Advances in Medical Education, Volume 3). As...
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Recently, we at Opt2Lead came across a chapter from a newly published book called Patient-Centered Medicine in Transition (from a series entitled Advances in Medical Education, Volume 3), which incites a very interesting discussion about change within healthcare systems as it relates...
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We are at an age where we don’t go anywhere without our smartphones and tablets. In our daily personal lives, they are our constant companions and have transformed the way we experience the world, communication, and even our personal and professional relationships....
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It is not surprising that in today’s day and age, the time of immediacy and technology-fueled communication, all aspects of our lives become fair game for good old capitalism-driven competition. After all, in a previous blog post we had already asserted that...
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