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Do we REALLY want Patient Centered Care? When Putting the Patient FIRST, Makes the Provider LAST

Do we REALLY want Patient Centered Care? When Putting the Patient FIRST, Makes the Provider LAST

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Do we REALLY want Patient Centered Care?
When Putting the Patient FIRST, Makes the Provider LAST
Michael Wagner
Do we REALLY want Patient Centered Care?
When Putting the Patient FIRST, Makes the Provider LAST
Michael Wagner

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2014 The Advisory Board Company •
advisory.com
 
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Do we REALLY want
Patient Centered Care
?
When Putting the Patient FIRST, Makes the Provider LAST Global Campus
Talent Development
 
©
2014 The Advisory Board Company •
advisory.com
 
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Are we willing 
(and ready) to…
 
 Abate Our Profits?
Global Campus
Talent Development
 
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We Love Technology…with a PRICE
 
Innovations to Come Will Take Very Different Form
Source: Hotz
RL, “Printing Evolves: An Inkjet for Living Tissue,” Wall Street Journal, September 18, 2012; Pollack A, “Mice as Stan
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Ins in the Fight Against Disease,” New
York Times, September 25, 2012; Advisory Board interview and analysis.
Technology in Brief: Mouse “Avatar”
 
Researchers are implanting mice "avatars" with a patient's tumour
or part of the patient’s anatomy
 
Different treatments are then tested for effectiveness on mouse
In one test, 12 out of 14 test patients successfully shrank their cancerous tumours with fewer side effects using drug tested
first on mouse “avatar”
 
Technology in Brief: Bioprinting
Building on 3D printing technologies, researchers in multiple locations working on ways to print living human tissue
Replacing ink with living cells, scientists printing tailored tissues suitable for surgery and organ transplant
Simplest experimental prototypes ready for clinical testing in five years
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