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Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine
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Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine

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This is the Presentation I gave at the 2013 Stanford "Medicine X" event as an ePatient which typifies the philosophy behind the formation of the Crohn's Disease Warrior Patrol, i.e., "Patients helping …

This is the Presentation I gave at the 2013 Stanford "Medicine X" event as an ePatient which typifies the philosophy behind the formation of the Crohn's Disease Warrior Patrol, i.e., "Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine."

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  • 1. “Patients helping other Patients is often the Best Medicine” Michael A. Weiss, Esq., MBA HospitalPatient.com TheCDWP.org @HospitalPatient #MedX
  • 2. 2013 - “Medicine as Team Sport” Dr. Roni Zeiger @HospitalPatient / #MedX
  • 3. @HospitalPatient / #MedX Experienced Patients helping Newer Ones
  • 4. Value of Experienced Patients @HospitalPatient / #MedX
  • 5. Because I’ve been there, done that… @HospitalPatient / #MedX
  • 6. But, why do we need Patient “Micro-Experts?” @HospitalPatient / #MedX
  • 7. Fighting Autoimmune Disorders Crohn’s Disease Ulcerative Colitis Lupus Multiple Sclerosis Rheumatoid Arthritis Type 1 Diabetes @HospitalPatient / #MedX
  • 8. Benefits @HospitalPatient / #MedX
  • 9. Benefits @HospitalPatient / #MedX
  • 10. @HospitalPatient / #MedX Strength in Numbers
  • 11. Patient Engagement @HospitalPatient / #MedX
  • 12. Using Social Media to Match Patients @HospitalPatient / #MedX
  • 13. Patient-Patient Communications Email, Phone, In-Person, Twitter, Facebook, Google+ @HospitalPatient / #MedX
  • 14. Integrating Patient “Warriors” into Physician Practices @HospitalPatient / #MedX
  • 15. Patient “Warriors” are another “Personalized” Physician Tool @HospitalPatient / #MedX
  • 16. Recommending Patient Social Media Platforms @HospitalPatient / #MedX
  • 17. Sharing Patient Insurance Experiences @HospitalPatient / #MedX
  • 18. Alternative Medicine/Treatment Side Effects @HospitalPatient / #MedX
  • 19. Patients Helping Other Patients is often the Best Medicine! Prescription drugs? Patients helping patients? @HospitalPatient / #MedX
  • 20. The Crohn’s Disease Warrior Patrol’s First Success Story @HospitalPatient / #MedX

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