The New Face of Primary Care
Imagine the ideal primary care clinic. Patients don’t have long waits for appointments. Doctors aren’t overloaded with paperwork. Specialists step into an exam room for an instant consultation. Most importantly, the whole care experience is personalized, with a focus on preventing disease and making people healthier — the vision of Precision Health. This vision came to life in the Humanwide pilot project at the Stanford Medicine Primary Care 2.0 clinic in Santa Clara, California.
As reporter David Gorn discovered, such holistic thinking goes a long way toward turning a rushed and confusing doctor visit into a clear, friendly and effective one.
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