Coffee with your Doctor?

@ayesankhalidmd

We continue to approach healthcare with what we know

15% rate of diagnostic error when first seeing a physician

why?

Payments incentives, distribution tech, global reach

MIT Hacking Medicine Institute – link

Needs – Validated problem
– jobs to be done
-needs of user

Systems thinking – Manuel Lima “The power of Networks” – Harvard Med School

How the body resets:

  • Fragility
  • Anit-fragility- Antifragile systems not only benefit from periodic stressors, but also tend to benefit more when these stressors are distributed randomly, as opposed to more regularly
  • Collective anti-fragile – not the same outcomes – collect data – “The only way that we can effectively work with complex systems is by working from the inside – by gearing our decisions and actions to act as minor tweaks (trial and error) on the system (just as evolution does)”
  • Users only visit doctors at peak times of their diseases
  • Drs don’t know variations to make accurate assestmentsIMG_4567
  • Drs are weary to give users apps
  • Users are familiar with sharing our health /  wearables (but where in the body?)

Map the experience of diagnosing, treating, monitoring, prioritize, focused high impact solution around one player

@mithacked

App simple to use and output (photo?)

Digital health (not only app) both ends/sides needed to trust

Apps to keep track of family health – pillpack.com

Instagram for doctors – crowdsourced diagnosis

Reinvent the stethoscope – alivecor – (place on forehead)

Otoscope – cellscope for ear infection detection

TedX presentation – find

Patients and how they navigate healthcare

Dynamic monitoring group (need)

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