Hacker Noon February 26, 2021
Brian Wallace

Everyone has their own unique habits and needs when it comes to communication. It seems as if we need to write algorithms for each individual in order to effectively get the necessary information across. Unfortunately, writing a code to fit each individual’s preferences is not that simple, and thus some people cannot hear the news they need to hear in an effective or timely manner. When it comes to hearing potentially life-changing news, that should not be the case. 

When communicating news and private information, many healthcare providers choose to use a secure patient portal to inform people of test results, to remind patients about prescription medications, or to send messages.

However, studies have shown that only 7%...

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