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American Well rolls out acute care telehealth cart for specialty access

Dive Brief: American Well on Tuesday launched a new acute care telehealth cart to connect patients and care teams to remote specialists. The American Well 760 Cart is designed for health systems performing telemedicine via the company’s software or an existing Cisco infrastructure.  Features include a touch panel and 20x zoom to increase image clarity,… Read More »

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Amplifying the Voices of Women in Medicine – Scientific American

I came to medical school full of naivety and optimism. Armed with my Hippocratic oath and a freshly ironed white coat, I was to ready to fulfill my dream of becoming a physician. But very quickly, I could feel the cracks forming in my psyche. My school’s regal crest of green and crimson could not… Read More »

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American anti-intellectualism and its impact on physicians

For several years now, I’ve been the social media curmudgeon in medicine. In a 2011 New York Times op-ed titled “Don’t Quit This Day Job”, I argued that working part-time or leaving medicine goes against our obligation to patients and to the American taxpayers who subsidize graduate medical education to the tune of $ 15… Read More »

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