Tenet 3: Health 3.0 upholds both exteriors AND interiors. It’s the holiday season. And the Thanksgiving holiday is upon us. What is Thanksgiving to you? You might respond by describing the home where you and your family get together every year. The turkey and many sides you consume. The charitable work you
Tenet 2 (Continued): The personal and non-personal in practice in Health 3.0. I wrote briefly in a previous post about one of the attending physicians of the neurocritical ICU who looked after my mother. I’d like to elaborate more on that story here. My mother had successful emergency surgery at our local
Tenet 2: Health 3.0 is both personal and non-personal. In my last post I introduced the first tenet of Health 3.0: uniqueness. Let’s continue with the next tenet: the importance of both the personal and non-personal in Health 3.0. This may be the hardest tenet for me to explain, but here goes…
Tenet 1: Health 3.0 embraces uniqueness. Uniqueness, not separateness. Separate and unique aren’t the same thing. By separate I mean independent but disconnected. Unique means independent AND connected. Health 1.0 is the practice of medicine that’s independent and separated from a unified health care system. Health 2.0 looks to bring all the
Health 3.0: where medicine needs to go. The rip-off Have you or any of your loved ones experienced our health care system lately? If so, how was that experience for you? Were you pleased with your care? Were you able to access the system easily? Did it treat you with dignity,
Tenet 9: The currency of Health 3.0 is love. This tenet will be posted in the future, so please stay tuned.
Tenet 8: Health 3.0 affirms life, in the face of death. This tenet will be posted in the future, so please stay tuned.
Tenet 7: Health 3.0 is medicine in evolution. This tenet will be posted in the future, so please stay tuned.