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Lecture 1

MDU 4003 Lecture 1: Lesson 1

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Department
Health Outcomes & Policy
Course Code
MDU 4003
Professor
Mariam Rahmni

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Lesson 1: The Future of Physicians
- The power of pooling medical data
oPrivacy is important; strict laws limit whatever researchers can see/know
about you.
o“What if your medical data could be used – anonymously – by anyone
seeking to test a hypothesis?”
* John Willbanks wondered if the desire to protect our privacy is slowing
research, and if opening up medical data could lead to a wave of health care
innovation. ** idea for public medical databank**
- Video
• Clinical study – thread of narrative hypothesis, experimentation in human and
informed consent.
• how we do vast majority of clinical work
• form the basis on how we investigate
- World War II
- What’s changed? – “We have become quantifiable.”
- Commons – a public good we can build out of a private good; something we build
together because we think its important. (voluntarily)
- [at least some] people really like to share as their form of control.
- Simple ≠ simplistic
- Weak ≠ weakness
- Open ≠ unpaid
Healthcare is broken  not be patient.
- The Epatient movement
• Dave deBronkart  had rare/terminal cancer, he turned to an online group
of patients and found medical treatment that saved his life.
“This is the year of patients rising.”
The patient = most-underutilized resource – Charles Safran
“E-patients are Equipped
Empowered
Enabled”
- Healthcare Reform for Dummies

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Lesson 1: The Future of PhysiciansThe power of pooling medical dataoPrivacy is important; strict laws limit whatever researchers can seeknow about you. oWhat if your medical data could be used anonymously by anyone seeking to test a hypothesis? * John Willbanks wondered if the desire to protect our privacy is slowing research, and if opening up medical data could lead to a wave of health care innovation. ** idea for public medical databank** Video Clinical study thread of narrative hypothesis, experimentation in human and informed consent. how we do vast majority of clinical work form the basis on how we investigate World War IIWhats changed?
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