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Dr. Trevor: A Medical Student’s Perspective on Healthcare

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Dr. Trevor: A Medical Student’s Perspective on Healthcare
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Dr. Trevor gives us a medical student’s perspective on healthcare as he talks with Rob Oliver on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast. As a Podcaster who talks about the realities of the healthcare system, Dr. Trevor values his anonymity. The information we do have is that he is a millennial based in the state of New York. Additionally, he is working to become an emergency medical physician.

Here are 3 things that stood out as Dr. Trevor shared a medical student’s perspective on healthcare:

· In primary care, 50% of the problems are supratentorial in nature.
· You need to meet the patient where they are and look at the root cause of why they are displaying the behaviors or symptoms that they are presenting.
· One of the most exciting things for the future of healthcare is the ability to have an open dialogue about what’s going on within the healthcare system!

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