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Bryan Vartabedian
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One of the challenges of social media is how to disclose our relationship to the organizations and products. How do we disclose conflict of interest in so many different kinds of venues?

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So in the event that some kind of unavoidable in-flight change is needed should it matter that you’re a doctor?

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Sharing where we work is expected. But applying a qualifier to our specialty designation defines us as different. And not in a good way.

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23andMe’s position raises questions about the changing role of the physician. To think that an interaction with a physician will be limited to a peek at the throat and a listen to the chest is charming at best. At worst it’s a fast track to irrelevance.

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I’m good at connecting faces to stories. When I see a mother’s face and she begins to talk, I can begin to tell her child’s story. I have the capacity to remember the most unusual details in the right context.

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Our digital and IRL existences are merging. Or, more importantly, social dialog is now just part of our fabric.

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There’s no better palate for intentional, clinical thinking than the quiet, constrained 6-inch space between you and an exam room door.

http://33charts.com/2016/08/exam-room-door.html
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Diagnostic testing is doing more of what I used to do with my eyes and ears. So the question I need to ask myself is, what can I do that the next test can’t?

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People are messy. Sick people are messier. And there is no button.
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