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Pinching Pennies, 21st Century Style
By Jason Brandt (@JasonDMG3) In many ways technology is the realm of the rich. Here in the developed world, were used to the latest hardware and ubiquitous wi-fi to help us access the open-sourced...
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Generation Y and Health: The Making of the Millennial Doctor
This post continues our new series on Generation Y and their relationship with their health. From challenges to epidemics, this series attempts to expose how these digital natives are managing...
Posted in Digital Health | Tagged collaboration, computers, disease management, doctor, Generation Y, healthcare, healthcare industry, hierarchy, instant messaging, internet, Medical school, millennial, physician, practice, relationship, social media, sociology, technology, video chat | Leave a comment