F082 Doctors in digital health series 2/4: Managing task management in healthcare – “It’s about the patient, not paperwork” (Michael Docktor)
This is a second episode from the short series about why doctors leave clinical practice to work in digital health. GI pediatric specialist Michael Docktor was, until recently, one of the driving forces of digital health innovation at Boston’s Children’s Hospital. In this episode, he shares his insight into how paperwork is complicating the coordination and management of patient care. To solve that, he helped design Dock.Health – a simple, HIPAA compliant task management and collaboration platform designed for healthcare. Michael still partially works in clinical practice but is spending most of his time as the CEO of Dock.Health. In this episode, Michael commented on the changes in healthcare due to COVID-19 and talked about the meaning of tech solutions for increased empowerment of patients.
Summary of the series: www.facesofdigitalhealth.com/blog/f081-084-doctors-and-digital-health Dock.Health: https://www.dock.health/ Other solutions presented in the series: Daniel Kraft: https://danielkraftmd.net/ Exponential Medicine: https://exponential.singularityu.org/ Digital.Health: https://www.digital.health/ Mediquo: https://www.mediquo.com/ Cinapsis: https://www.cinapsis.org/