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Tincture Takeaways

We hope you manage to keep up with all of our stories, but we know you’re busy and may miss a few. That’s where Tincture Takes comes in. .

As a bonus, we also highlight a few non-Tincture stories that founder Jordan Shlain and editor Kim Bellard thought you should also see.

Let us know what you think! Email kim@tincture.io

Tincture Takeaways

Grace Cordovano, Ph.D, sees the next essential frontier in healthcare: healthcare experience literacy. Part 1 of 2: The Gravest Omission in US Healthcare

Anthony Mancuso, MD, continues his series on reinventing medical education: Answers for “Gaps”…Within our grasp?

American Well and Philips are teaming up. Jane Sarasohn-Kahn explains why it matters. Healthcare, EveryWhere: Philips and American Well Ally to Bring Care to the People

Kim Bellard looks at Bon Ku’s efforts to bring design thinking into healthcare in Everything in Healthcare Is Design

Healthcare is changing rapidly. Robert Sundelius thinks its boards need to as well: Rethinking Healthcare Boards in Radical Uncertainty

Mike Townsend has some suggestions for healthcare innovation: Eleven Ideas for Healthcare Innovation

Why shouldn’t health education be fun, Karim Sandid, MD, asks in Epistemology of a Learning By Doing Project about Health Education

Jordan’s Takeaways:

There is compelling evidence that the devices we’ve placed in young people’s hands are having profound effects on their lives — and making them seriously unhappy. Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?

Possibility is not the same as probability, but when you’re bearing the weight of another person’s life, the distinction often feels meaningless. The Less-Is-More-Crusade: Are We Overmedicalizing or Oversimplifying?

Kim’s Takeaways

We usually trust our own doctors, but we no longer trust the medical profession quite so much. Is that unique to them or just a decline in trust generally? Do You Trust the Medical Profession?

Neta Alexander raises the increasingly common question: whose data is it, anyway? My Pacemaker Is Tracking Me From Inside My Body .

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