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click for info More often than not, technology hinders more than it helps. And often, it’s the little things that grate.
my response For people who use technology to live a healthy, active life, it’s the smartphone that keeps running out of battery; the small Fitbit that vanishes underneath the sofa; the food app that gives you three very different combinations of carbs, protein, and fat for the same standard dish.
For health care professionals from doctors to doulas, from trainers to therapists, it’s the electronic health record that takes ages to complete – time you’d rather spend helping your patients, clients, and customers. Or maybe you have a beautiful web site, but your booking form is hidden where nobody can find it.
All of these are obstacles to making eHealth work for you, and I’m in the business of helping you remove those obstacles.
I focus on simple, straightforward suggestions that you can start putting into place straight away – without breaking the bank. (That’s stressful. We want less stress, not more).
I focus on where it hurts, what exactly it is that’s causing you to tear your hair out, throw up your hands in despair, or drown your sorrows in whisky (the water of life, uisge beatha), and together, we will come up with a set of strategies that will take the edge off the pain.
I am not interested in selling you apps or IT solutions. I am completely independent and do not take commission if I recommend apps, books, or resources.
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