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Nats Orillaza Oct 15
Who in the end decides? If the patient decides, you need health literacy.
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Nats Orillaza Oct 15
The population need to be involved. The population need to have an appetite for good outcome
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Nats Orillaza Oct 15
Focusing on processes, instead of patients, lead to increase in costs. Focus on lowering the burden of disease to free up resources to fund innovations-
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Naomi Nathan 20 May 16
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NrFive 15 Jan 16
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Andrea Silenzi 12 Mar 18
As one chapter closes, another begins. ✅
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Hanni Stoklosa, MD MPH Oct 15
“Disease is the driver of cost and a major driver of disease is poverty.” -
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Linnea Meyer MD 17 Jul 17
The best approach to has those directly involved & impacted ( and ) both...
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Navjot Kalra Aug 8
Data Driven decision making along with clinical insight is the key to driving better outcomes.
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Duncan Porter 23 May 18
Is it possible to provide better patient outcomes at lower cost? presents insights to the economic data. Great example of Delivering significantly lower patient discomfort. Cost analysis showed savings using of approximately $900.
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Hanni Stoklosa, MD MPH Oct 15
In order to achieve for all humanity we must incentivize prevention & involve communities in solution-making
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