01 Jul Good medical information is hard to find – try these steps
Posted at 08:05h in Blog
The good people at LifeHacker have provided a great overview for getting reliable medical information. The synopsis is:
- Beware Dr. Google – most web sites are terrible for diagnosis
- Use interactive services that connect you with doctorsHealthTap can be useful. Even better – if your practice uses Keona Health, you can ask your own doctor anytime, anywhere.
- Employee assistance programs have 24-hour hotlines available to you
- After service or diagnosis, do your homeworkHealthfinder.gov is a great resource once you have a recommendation.
I recommend you read the full article, with many more tips, here.