30 Dec Happy New Year!
Happy New Year!
Hope you’re having a wonderful holiday!
As a radiation oncologist, I’m so grateful to be able to work in a profession that allows all of us to make a difference in the lives of our patients and the medical community. I wish you all the best in the coming year and hope it is filled with good health and happiness for you and your loved ones.
Let’s work together to make the world a better place for everyone in 2023!
Founder, CenterPoint Radiation Oncology
Doctors and Nurses Are Becoming Internet Stars, Some Are Losing Their Jobs Over It.
This Forbes article discusses the increasing importance of technology platforms in the healthcare industry and how they can be used effectively to improve patient care.
It mentions that patients are now regularly looking up health information online and that healthcare professionals should be present on these platforms in order to provide information and assistance to patients.
The article also highlights the desire of many doctors to reach more people at scale and the importance of encouraging and supporting physicians to be creative in their communication with patients.
What are your thoughts on the use of technology platforms in the healthcare industry? Do you believe they have the potential to improve patient care and communication with healthcare professionals, or do you have concerns about their use? Have you personally used any technology platforms for your own healthcare needs, and if so, how did it impact your experience?
Brain tumors don’t get the same amount of attention as the other types of cancers. But they are still very important to talk about. My guest today is Dr. Daniel F. Kelly, a neurosurgeon and founder of Pacific Neuroscience Institute.
Listen in to learn about Daniel’s non-linear path to becoming a neurosurgeon. You’ll also hear how the Pacific Neuroscience Institute uses keyhole surgery to reduce the amount of time patients need to stay in the hospital.