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COVID-19 was the last straw. Physicians have long been accumulating points for burnout. More than 50% of our colleagues show symptoms of burnout. What society requires from medical doctors: Sacrifice: to put the common good before our own well-being and safety. Dedication: long shifts that can be up to 36 hours long.Meet goals: one patient every...
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When I started my medical career and as I progressed in it, the impression I had was that clinical notes were only for health care providers and should be kept out of the reach of patients. It was a treasure available only to the chosen ones. It would never have occurred to me that a...
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Physician burnout is a problem that needs to be addressed immediately. With the Covid-19 pandemic, society is facing a challenge known to us only in the stories of yesteryear. Faced with this, a group of citizens has come forward without a moment’s hesitation, responding with an astonishing show of generosity, fulfilling their tasks despite the...
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The Sherplay team has endless ideas and a strong passion to change healthcare for the better across the world.  But in order to achieve our goals, we owe a lot of gratitude and knowledge to our outstanding team of advisors, who so generously share their knowledge and ideas with us on a daily basis. In...
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Patient engagement with their own healthcare is a crucial topic that needs to be spoken about openly.  “People actively involved in their health and health care tend to have better outcomes–and, some evidence suggests, lower costs.” – Julia James Most patients are unaware of how their medical records are collected, how they are used, or...
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We are delighted to see that Beeseet was featured on Iberian Press! The text is in Spanish, and you can read it below! READ MORE!
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Barcelona, Spain: On July 15th, 2020, Beeseet will be launched! A new secure, intuitive, and cloud-based clinical notes manager.
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Coronavirus transmission is currently the top priority across the world. However, this does not mean that we are always protecting ourselves correctly. In the “heat of the moment” we do not usually stop to make calculations and assess possible risks. Adrenaline and our instinct to act decisively invites us to be more operational instead of...
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The technological development of electronic medical records is not nearly as advanced as medical professionals were hoping for them to be. As one of the most important tools in a hospital, these systems are heavily relied upon to not only help medical staff stay organized amongst themselves, but also to help them keep track of...
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