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death, or something like it

It’s either a very short consult, or a very long one. Because it’s often the first real question they’ve asked in their life, and the opener goes something like this. 891 more words

How Doctors Can Leverage Mobile Technology For Patient Retention

The mobile wave has engulfed the world and its impact on healthcare has been nothing less than overwhelming. According to a research conducted by Markets and Markets, the mHealth technology market is expected to grow by 33% to cross USD 60 billion by 2020. 759 more words

For Physicians


Contributor: Kyle Bradford Jones
Previously published on University of Utah Health Accelerate in December 2017

Balancing uncertainty, fear, and emotions isn’t easy — especially in health care. 608 more words


Rural Utah

By: Julia Kammel, MD

Have you ever heard of Bicknell, Utah? Neither had I. During our residency program we each have the opportunity to experience a month in a rural part of the country to learn how medicine is practiced there. 902 more words


The Stroke, the Process, the Interview

By: Rachel Goossen, MD

Two years ago, I received an email from my close friend, Kerri, to let me know that her husband, Dave, had had a pontine hemorrhagic stroke and was in the ICU at a hospital in our hometown of San Jose. 1,911 more words


A Different Aspect of Medicine

By: Kristin Sandoval

Preceding my elective experience I was asked to write down a couple of learning goals to expound upon after as a reflective assessment of my experience. 1,403 more words

Family Medicine

Big Experiences Through Small Means

By: China Cox

As residents, we spend a good amount of time talking about our hospital ward experience at the small community hospital that serves as our primary residency home. 803 more words