Exekias3473 karma2017-02-27 16:43:09 UTC
Why do you think our healthcare systems have such a hard time leveraging the revolutionary changes in scalability that we've seen in software? Amazon is able to predict what we want, often before we realize we want it, but healthcare systems struggle to even schedule routine appointments and labs.
Having worked on both the healthcare and tech sides, I think people underestimate just how big the differences are between the two fields, but I have a hard time saying who needs to bend more for us to reach a happy compromise. Also, any idea on what we as concerned patients and family members can help to encourage this compromise? I just feel like we're so close to using technology to improve efficiency and thus increase accessibility to care.
Thanks for your time!
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Exekias1 karma2021-02-03 00:03:05 UTC
Why is MA so bad at distributing vaccines? I've heard figures stating that we're 49/50 in vaccine distribution despite being a major hub for biopharm.
Is this just Baker or is there more to it?
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