MobiHealth News July 28, 2021
Jay Ripton

Doctors are dealing with information overload, but tech could help.

As the quantity of medical information physicians need to access explodes, and as patient visit time shrinks, more and more healthcare providers rely on mobile devices and apps to quickly and efficiently access the information they need. But, how efficient is this process, and, even more importantly, how accurate is the information?

The rapid growth and sharing of medical information has the potential to improve patient care, especially in areas where access to specialists is limited. However, it can also lead to medical errors and physician burnout.

Consider these:

  • Medical knowledge doubles every 3.5 years and is projected to double in just 73 days in 2021.
  • General practitioners would...

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