Ultimately, if a physician can do it, a computer can probably figure out how to do it, too.
Chair of the Department of Medicine
University of California,
In this issue, we look at Healthcare
Better use of tech could help make healthcare safer, less expensive, and more patient-centric
An interview with Dr. Robert Wachter, chair of the Department of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, and best-selling author of The Digital Doctor: Hope, Hype and Harm at the Dawn of Medicine's Computer Age.
An interview with Dr. Anna Schneider, professor of business psychology at Fresenius University of Applied Sciences in Germany
Jerry Kaplan, Ph.D. - AI expert, serial entrepreneur and Stanford University Visiting Lecturer
Digital apps and pure telemedicine companies won’t put brick-and-mortar healthcare providers out of business. But a new breed of hybrid enterprise might give them a run for their money.
Huawei devices go from tracking fitness to monitoring patients’ vital signs
Gerald Carr-White, a cardiologist and Professor at King’s College London, explains why clinicians shouldn’t be afraid of technology