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Module 1Notes

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Module 1Notes MDU4003

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These notes are from the videos and reading for module 1.
Introduction to the Professions of Medicine
Mariam Rahmani
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Date Created: 01/13/16
Lesson 1: The Future of Physicians John Wilbanks: Pooling Medical Data Testing Medicine  Disease and medicine are same strength  Medicine has to be pure  End goal is to test on humans Clinical studies require:  Narrative hypothesis  Experimentation in humans  Informed consent Data from clinical studies can only be used in regards to what it pertains to and can only be accessed by certified people. Commons, which are public goods built from private goods, would eliminate this problem. A weak, open, and simple system is needed. Note that these are not derogatory terms, but refer to accessibility of data. Dave deBronkart: e-Patient Movement The key thing holding us back is access to information, but the internet has the ability to change this. PATIENTS are the most UNDERUSED resource. An e-patients gather amongst one another and bring valuable information to the table. They are equipped, engaged, empowered, and enabled. Doctors have access to information patients don’t Katie Hafner: Redefining Medicine with Apps and iPads MedCalc app; Evernote Technology to diagnose symptoms, treat patients, and obtain and share information The goal is to “Use technology to be better, more human professionals” “Old-fashioned” methods are still needed if technology fails Studies show iPads improved work efficiency Gilbert Welch: Testing What We Think We Know 2002: trial showed preventative hormone replacement caused more problems 2009: trials showed that P.S.A. screening led to unnecessary surgeries Starting from scratch Hofstra puts students to work immediately; pairs them with a doctor and patients The goal of medical school is to ensure the development of core scientific and personal skills Medical school is normally 2 + 2, meaning 2 years in science classes and 2 years in a clinical setting Youtoons: Obamacare Medicaid expansion is decided by the state and the same goes for insurance marketplaces. Must apply during open enrollment J. Borkan: Fixing the Healthcare System Expensive, not effective st th 1 in cost, 37 in outcomes Primary care is more accessible Primary care physician is at the center of the PCMH Medical community/home: empowered patient working with coordinated/integrated teams Humana Integrated Care Delivery Paying for services and not outcomes ER and Primary care doctors communicate  Integrated Care o Preventative Care o Emotional support o Education and online tools o Care programs Integrated Care allows for individualized care


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