The above central illustration of “The Digital Cardiovascular Physician Visit” featuring in this fascinating Journal of American College of Cardiology paper by Steven Steinhubl MD & Eric Topol MD got me thinking what it might look like if we let a child (a member of the ‘born mobile’ generation) redesign it.
Why does an Ultrasound probe need it’s own screen?
Why does an Ultrasound probe need a cable attached to it?
Why do we have to have the Cardiologist in the room with us – for most things can’t we just share our history and then use FaceTime?
Why would we need to take our mobile out of our pocket?
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