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👉outrageous, disgraceful, not surprising as its cut throat business as usual; guarantee @Facebook isn’t the only organization doing what it takes to get ahead #transparency #privacy #SocialMedia #data #hcldr #ThursdayThoughts

techcrunch.com/2019/01/29/fac…
2) 👉@Apple didn’t “know” until the headlines broke & they want to be the “guardian of our health” 🤨 Please 🤯 #transparency #privacy #SocialMedia #data #healthcare #digitaltech #innovation #hcldr
3) 👉targeting children & their #data needs to be recognized as digital trafficking & punishable by law #transparency #privacy #SocialMedia #data #healthcare #digitaltech #innovation #hcldr
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Drop everything right now and
Read.
This.
Article.

Whether your a millennial yourself or trying to understand them, *this* defines the extreme pressures of our generation. #meded #hcsm #hcldr #WomenInMedicine

buzzfeednews.com/article/annehe…
Does this not perfectly describe every millennial doctor you’ve ever worked with? This is exactly the crisis in #MeEd and medicine in general. The recent #USMLEPassFail discussion is the perfect example.
This is bleeding into other generations as well.

The true answer to burnout like this is probably to just say no, to stop doing all these things - but the ramifications will destroy our health and any chance of security, financial or otherwise.

This is the millennial bind.
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Dear #hospitals:

Your discharge planning sets #patients up for failure. How? Let me explain (again, & again, & again). #PtExp #PtSafety #PtEng #EHR #interoperability #PatientAdvocacy #medtwitter #GMDD #hcldr

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1)Follow up appts, essential to a patient’s health & recovery, are listed as part of the discharge summary. These appts are recommended to be scheduled within 7-10 days. To be best prepared, patients need their records. #healthcare #PtExp #PtSafety #PtEng #EHR #GMDD #medtwitter
2)All records from a patient's hospital admission should be AUTOMATICALLY sent to every listed follow-up physician. Hospitals, you know which drs patients need to see; it’s listed in the discharge plans. This step needs to be embedded in the workflow #PtExp #EHR #interoperability
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