Health Attitude is here. Get a revealing look at the cultural, attitudinal, and technological barriers holding back the United States from achieving a more affordable, accessible, and effective healthcare system. Read how the inability to share personal healthcare information between hospitals, specialists, and primary care doctors is a major problem. Health Attitude describes how the challenge of increasing collaboration for more effective healthcare is not a technical problem, it is attitudinal. The reliance of the uninsured on expensive emergency care instead of preventive care is not limited by healthcare capabilities, but by the attitude of healthcare policymakers and politicians.
Health Attitude argues we need new attitudes about healthcare to achieve true reform. The vision includes a system focused on patients and using an accountability oriented, fee for value model. Learn how consumer smartphone devices and apps are revolutionizing healthcare and how we relate to our physicians. Health Attitude promotes an attitude that provides incentives for wellness, not sickness.
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