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Metric Matrix: How should we measure the impact of social media on clinical excellence?

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Social media might be a way to improve healthcare. The challenge is to find a metric that will either confirm or dispute this hypothesis

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Addressing the diaspora: Return of Service Contract for healthcare workers

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There is 1 physician per 1, 153 Filipinos according to WHO’s Global Health Observatory  physician density data. In remote areas of the Philippines however,  the ratio is lower at one physician per 33,000 Filipinos. WHO recommends a 1 is to 1,000 (or less) physician to population density. This is just one of the many healthcare concerns we should address if we…

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Are patient “proxy measures” helpful in assessing the quality of care rendered by a healthcare professional?

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Patient measures health care effectiveness by making comparisons of what physicians do against what they understand, of what they “experience”. In short, patients uses proxy measures- a reasonable default because often, the complexity of medical science baffles even the best of its practitioners.

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Cutting the Noise and Listening to Patients Voice on Social Media

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We’re crowdsourcing ideas to help engage more patients in our discussions of health on social media. #HealthXPh wants to hear the “patient’s voice” too.

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