Medical Practice Must Evolve for Changing Information Age

The Lake Oconee Boomers Team

Great article in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, dated February 10, 2013. Access digital version here.Download iPad version here.)

When I go for a doctor’s visit, I always ask the nurse, or the doctor, for my blood pressure reading. I usually get the leave-it-to-the-professionals-look. Sure, I trust the professionals, but it’s not rocket science to learn the sphygmomanometer—even the aneroid type—and decipher systolic and diastolic numbers.