The Magic of Science and Empathy

The design of health-care environments tends to serve technological needs instead of patient needs, suggests Bob Schwartz of GE Healthcare, speaking at the Personalized Health Care Conference at Ohio State University. But change is on its way.

Click on the link to see the Twitter conversation about his talk.

One response to “The Magic of Science and Empathy

  1. This is an important topic. Many patients often feel they are the objects in front of the doctors instead of the living human beings. The clinicians do what they need to do precisely; however, they often overlook how patients feel under the device they use. It is essential that we consider patient’s comfort into designing any medical device.