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Realizing the clinical potential of electronic health records

At Stanford Medicine's EHR National Symposium this week, Dean Lloyd Minor, MD, encouraged attendees -- leaders in patient care, technology, design thinking and public policy -- to chart a future...

At Stanford Medicine's EHR National Symposium this week, Dean Lloyd Minor, MD, encouraged attendees -- leaders in patient care, technology, design thinking and public policy -- to chart a future...

Poll: Doctors say electronic health records need overhaul

...for improvement moving forward,” Minor told the symposium audience. Today’s conference brings together leaders in patient care, technology, design thinking and public policy to explore ways for developing the potential...

...for improvement moving forward,” Minor told the symposium audience. Today’s conference brings together leaders in patient care, technology, design thinking and public policy to explore ways for developing the potential...

Balancing online privacy and connection at Stanford Medicine X | Ed

...describes her experience as a heart transplant recipient, said she’d noticed that some patients withhold details by design, and that she, too, has made conscious decisions about what to publish...

...describes her experience as a heart transplant recipient, said she’d noticed that some patients withhold details by design, and that she, too, has made conscious decisions about what to publish...

Data and design thinking to shape the future of medicine, Stanford Medicine X | ED speakers say

...as practiced through design thinking. “How is our experience with health care so bad at times? I think part of it is that health care wasn’t designed. It literally just...

...as practiced through design thinking. “How is our experience with health care so bad at times? I think part of it is that health care wasn’t designed. It literally just...

The best way to prepare for a career in medicine and the importance of curiosity at Medicine X | ED

...what may not exist," he said. Landscape architecture and medicine, Sarabu said, both require thinking at different scales — whether the difference is between creating a backyard garden and designing...

...what may not exist," he said. Landscape architecture and medicine, Sarabu said, both require thinking at different scales — whether the difference is between creating a backyard garden and designing...

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Symposium to kick off effort to improve electronic health records for physicians and patients

...that function as seamless digital assistants. To address this need, Stanford Medicine will unite leaders in patient care, technology, design thinking and public policy to help shape the future of...

...that function as seamless digital assistants. To address this need, Stanford Medicine will unite leaders in patient care, technology, design thinking and public policy to help shape the future of...

Helping the body: Entrepreneur-physician offers insights into biodesign

...adopted,” he said. When it is time to start thinking about a solution, Makower said he relies on the patient's perspective to guide the design. “The experience of the people...

...adopted,” he said. When it is time to start thinking about a solution, Makower said he relies on the patient's perspective to guide the design. “The experience of the people...

Design thinking helps Innovative Health Care Leader program participants tackle tough challenges

...David Kelley was among the first to apply design thinking to problems related to product design and business in the 1980s. Since then, design thinking has also been used in...

...David Kelley was among the first to apply design thinking to problems related to product design and business in the 1980s. Since then, design thinking has also been used in...

...to have a function that we want?’ As a high schooler, this got me thinking: Can I grow wings on a human, or can I re-design human cells to be...

...to have a function that we want?’ As a high schooler, this got me thinking: Can I grow wings on a human, or can I re-design human cells to be...

A natural fix for heart valves

...always thinking, ‘How do you use what’s there and take advantage of it? That’s the fundamental concept to natural valve repair – to use what’s there in whatever creative manner...

...always thinking, ‘How do you use what’s there and take advantage of it? That’s the fundamental concept to natural valve repair – to use what’s there in whatever creative manner...

At code-a-thon, participants asked to develop solutions to combat the opioid epidemic

...X group is also leading a workshop in which participants will co-create the design criteria by which contestants’ work will be evaluated. As a member of the judging panel, Chu...

...X group is also leading a workshop in which participants will co-create the design criteria by which contestants’ work will be evaluated. As a member of the judging panel, Chu...

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Blood infusions from young donors for Alzheimer’s are safe — they may even work

...even safe, let alone effective, to give young blood to older patients with Alzheimer's disease. This condition, marked by the progressive loss of memory and thinking skills, is an extreme...

...even safe, let alone effective, to give young blood to older patients with Alzheimer's disease. This condition, marked by the progressive loss of memory and thinking skills, is an extreme...

Using design thinking to cope with chronic illness

...Medicine X, a workshop called "Design Thinking for Patients with Chronic Illness" introduced participants to design thinking as a methodology to motivate healthy behaviors. Dennis Boyle, a founding member of...

...Medicine X, a workshop called "Design Thinking for Patients with Chronic Illness" introduced participants to design thinking as a methodology to motivate healthy behaviors. Dennis Boyle, a founding member of...

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Countdown to Medicine X: An ePatient tackles health care design challenges

...I am thrilled to be a 2017 MedX ePatient on the Design Track. I will spend tomorrow at IDEO, the globally recognized design firm in Palo Alto. I will participate...

...I am thrilled to be a 2017 MedX ePatient on the Design Track. I will spend tomorrow at IDEO, the globally recognized design firm in Palo Alto. I will participate...

Using history as a guide to end tobacco addiction

...What inspired you to research the history of cigarette design? Cigarettes are the world's leading preventable cause of death, killing about 6 million people worldwide every year. A physician might...

...What inspired you to research the history of cigarette design? Cigarettes are the world's leading preventable cause of death, killing about 6 million people worldwide every year. A physician might...

New tools to improve end-of-life communication available

...led to the design of the Stanford Letter Project by Stanford palliative care expert and researcher VJ Periyakoil, MD. From multiple studies, she learned that doctors don't know what patients...

...led to the design of the Stanford Letter Project by Stanford palliative care expert and researcher VJ Periyakoil, MD. From multiple studies, she learned that doctors don't know what patients...

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