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Using Person-Centered Health Analytics to Live Longer: Leveraging Engagement, Behavior Change, and Technology for a Healthy Life by Dwight McNeill

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4. Forces of Democracy for Health

Data Truths

In order to achieve person-centered health, people need to shape their own destiny. A fundamental requirement of this democratization of health and medicine is the liberation of data for use by the people.

Whole Health Catalogue

In the “Occupy Health Care” section of Chapter 1, “It’s About Health Outcomes!,” we noted that Millennials reject dominant institutions, trust less, and rely on their peers. In terms of health care, they do not believe that their health is up to a doctor; it is up to them. They need the tools to manage it. In some respects, they are no different from their same-age counterparts from the Baby Boom generation.

We need a Whole Health Catalogue. Tom Ferguson, M.D., was the health ...

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