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Jim Hansen on the Future of the Doctor-Patient Relationship

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Jim Hansen, vice president and executive director of Dossia Consortium, discusses his vision of how health 2.0 tools can enhance the doctor-patient relationship. He believes that communication technology can help doctors and patients get the most out of the limited time available during office visits and allow for improved monitoring of patient health between visits. This video was shot at the Health 2.0 Annual Fall Conference in San Francisco.

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