Dr. Adam Tabriz

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Adam Tabriz is a Physician, Writer, Entrepreneur, and public health policy, expert. He is an advocate for Personal liberty. The combination of his experience and expertise underlines his passion for advocating true “Personalized Healthcare” and “Healthcare without Borders.”


Someone Looking Over Your Shoulder

The Increasing Prevalence of Recording Medical Visits Originally Published by Writers Glide on Medium According to a recent study (were 456 clinicians and 524 public respondents completed surveys) more than one-quarter of clinicians (129/456, 28.3%) reported that they had recorded a clinic visit for patients’ personal use, while 18.7% (98/524) of the public reported doing so, including 2.7% (14/524) who recorded visits without the clinician’s permission. Amongst clinicians wh

Physicians: The Culture of Complainers

The Black Hat thinking Attitude is not working in Favor of Physicians, after All! This article was originally published in Data Driven Investor In general, and by nature, physicians are Black Hat thinkers because they tend to stare at a decision’s potentially negative consequences before they embrace the opinion. Physicians are always cautious and defensive with every judgment they come up with, merely Trying to see why it might not work. They simply highlight the vulnerable

The Impending Challenges of Telehealth Systems in 2021 and the Coming Years

This article was originally Published by Technology Hits on Medium Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the concept of the remote patient encounter was a matter of a business decision. Major insurance companies, including those of the government-run programs, were very stringent about appropriating telehealth reimbursement. Before the pandemic, regulations were more rigid, and the medical community very stagnant in accommodating a remote patient visit to their practices unless there


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