Wouldn’t it be great if your healthcare could be supplemented by Web 2.0-savvy docs that can point you in the right directions for information?
And wouldn’t it be great if these same docs could have someplace to continue to learn and become techno-savvy?
If Bertalan Meskó has his way, this is becoming reality as we speak. Meskó is a last year medical student (on clinical rotation) at the University of Debrecen, Hungary. He has formed a site called Webicina. Mesko is no stranger to the Web world, as he has been running his award-winning Scienceroll blog for two years.
Meskó says, "I’m always saying e-patients would change the way medicine is practiced and healthcare is delivered. And physicians of the 21st century must be qualified to meet their expectations. Now I’m building a bridge between physicians and e-patients. This bridge is called Webicina.com."
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