Category Archives: patient safety

Blockchain in Healthcare: A Vehicle Towards Digital Health 2.0?

I would like to apologize to the readers of this site for the long hiatus. I have been spending time as cardiologist, consultant, and caregiver for a seriously ill family member.  My goal is to continue writing as it is … Continue reading

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Five Digital Health Imperatives for Patient Safety

The most discussed issues in healthcare today are cost savings and access to care.  There is no denying their rightful preeminence in the public discourse.  Something which has received more attention in the past but has been surpassed by the … Continue reading

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