Patients find it challenging to find accurate healthcare information.
That’s where physicians need to get involved. “We owe it to our patients to help educate them; to provide accurate healthcare information so that they can make informed decisions. This is part of our obligation to our patients - to help them achieve optimal health.” says Russell Faust, MD, PhD.
But “providing accurate healthcare information” does NOT mean that we need to PRODUCE that information. Most of us hate to write. Even if we enjoy it, we simply do not have the time.
So, where does that leave us? HOW can we provide accurate healthcare information for patients?
My recommendation is content curation.
What is content curation? How do you curate? How do you curate efficiently?