We are on the front lines of the healthcare revolution along side our patients and our colleagues in technology. We have firsthand experience of the shortcomings in the healthcare industry, and we know that it’s going to take a concerted effort to upend the system. Those of us who are able to adapt and apply new technology solutions to existing problems will undoubtedly make positive changes.
Barriers to entry into entrepreneurship are falling as tools for innovation are becoming ubiquitously accessible. The next phase in healthcare disruption is taking place as smart doctors with good insights and creative developers/designers/engineers get together to create well-rounded problem solving teams.
Like any battle for change, good communication between all parties makes for a higher chance of success. Good communication starts with an understanding of the languages spoken between industries and herein lies the reason for this article:
Doctors suck at explaining their health IT ideas to the people who can help make them a reality.