Last week I evaluated a child whose mother had found me through this Google mug post.
The funny thing is that my site offered no information about her child’s perplexing celiac serology. While I didn’t deliver what was searched, she found what she needed.
When I began publishing ideas about technology and health there was no intent to attract patients. But despite my unique focus, what’s here says a lot about me and the way I see the world. That can be valuable to patients.
In medicine logic can be more important than facts and a doctor’s thinking more important than his information.
Many doctors think that the only way they can present themselves to the world is through health information.
Not necessarily so.
Image adapted from Flickr via Boston Public Library