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The Art of Healthcare Innovation: Interviews and Industry Insights from 35 Game-Changing Pioneers by Christina D. Warner is designed to revolutionize the healthcare experience for patients, articulating on the different points in the journey, including awareness, diagnosis, treatment, lifestyle change, and ongoing care. The book also provides critical advice to healthcare professionals, advice that will definitely accompany them through entrepreneurship, career development, and the technology that enables them to be on par with contemporary healthcare challenges. This book features interviews and input from icons in the medical field, each of them bringing a strong and unique perspective, offering innovative methods in diagnosing and treating a variety of health issues.
Dr. Sina Habibi, an expert in cognitive neuroscience, brilliantly talks about “the integrated cognitive assessment (ICA) tool (that) looks for the earliest signs of impairment by testing the performance of large areas of the brain.” Dennis Grishin shares their company’s mission to “drive the adoption of personal genome sequencing and the sharing of genomic data.” Dr. Hitesh Tolani comes across as an innovative thinker when it comes to population health, understanding the challenges and perils of our inter-connectedness, and offering solutions that make for convenience for patients. There are many experts in different healthcare fields that contribute to this book, offering insight, advice, and paths that will change the way readers approach healthcare. It is an understatement to say that this book is well-researched and beautifully written. In The Art of Healthcare Innovation: Interviews and Industry Insights from 35 Game-Changing Pioneers, Christina D. Warner delivers 'need to know' complex concepts and tools in a language that is widely accessible and a tone that is confident and assuring.