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“Americans have been trained for 100 years to think that the hospital is the best place to be, the safest place. But we have strong evidence that the outcomes are actually better at home.”
The hospital-at-home movement is just getting started
nytimes.com/2022/11/19/hea… @paula_span

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New York Times, พย 2565 ในอดีตเราเชื่อว่า รพ.คือที่ที่ดีที่สุดในการดูแลรักษา ปัจจุบันมีหลักฐานพบว่า การดูแลที่บ้านให้ผลดีกว่าที่ รพ. ไม่เพียงแต่เรื่องสิ่งแวดล้อม ยังรวมไปถึงการเดินทางและสภาพจิตใจ

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Choice matters. If someone prefers to receive care at home, we have the technology to make that happen. We need to ensure people have the choice. That includes everyone — including people from lower-income, underserved communities.
 
 
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I'll never forget when I got MRSA in the hospital while rehabbing from my meningococcal injuries and the on-call doc who treated me that night just kinda shrugged and said "Everybody who's been in the hospital as long as you gets MRSA"
 
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Safety is precisely why I chose to give birth to my second child at home 36 years ago. During my first childbirth, the hospital staff darn near killed me & my daughter. Everything I read about home birth said it was safer, if I didn’t have complications.
 
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Will we have affordable, regular at-home nursing support?
 
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Hospitals are noisy and sleep is continually interrupted, not to mention infections at large.
 
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Most health care workers and their friends know that hospitals are dirty but not to general public.
 
"Change is the only constant".

I personally believe that "hospital -at-home" is the future.

Technology is going to bridge most if the current gaps.

#modernmedicine
#AIinhealthcare
#HealthTech
#DigitalHealth
 
Maybe also hospitals should quit pretending that various diseases aren’t airborne.
 
“Every patient we have in Hospital at Home is one who is not waiting in the emergency room or a hallway for a bed to become available in the hospital.” @OHSUNews Dr. Matthias Merkel. >> news.ohsu.edu/2022/10/11/hos…
 
 
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At home testing. Simple, Logical and effective. Will it happen?
 
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Our new “let it rip” approach to Covid (and apparently other airborne diseases), seems to have been adopted across the board, even in health care facilities. This makes hospitals, etc. inherently unsuitable/unsafe for older adults & those w/ health problems, which is ridiculous.
 
 
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The business of being born was an eye opening documentary.
 
"...the future of the approach depends on federal action."

Whoops. Shouldn't have put the GQP back in charge.
 
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Your house is probably cleaner....
 
 
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Stay away from hospitals.
 
I never knew this was possible before reading this article.
 
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- Murder by Hospital - - All complicate Politicians, Nurses & Physicians - - C19 Hospital Protocol - PCR/ Vents/Morphine/Midazolam/Remdesivir - - You will be held accountable in accordance with multiple breach Helsinki & Nuremberg Code (1947) - Punishable by Death -
 
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“Americans hv been trained for 100years to think that the hospital is the best place to be, the safest place. But we have strong evidence that the outcomes are actually #BetterAtHome

The #HospitalAtHome movement is just getting started
nytimes.com/2022/11/19/hea…
 
 
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