“The pinksocks tribe is a group of doers and makers“: that’s the best description of a movement that gathers about 20k “members” at this point.
That experience made him lay the foundations of the #pinksocks movement: “We’re harnessing the power of technology to improve connection between a doctor and her patient, between a patient and their care team. Using technology not to disrupt but to improve. To bring the relationship back to what it should be: a shared moment in time“.
“The number 1 barrier = holding on to the past. The wave of new doctors being trained now with digital health technology and tools will be a tsunami of change that won’t be denied. Change is inevitable. Good!”, believes Nick, when it comes to the challenges for the healthcare system to adopt digital solutions.
- below, #Pinksocks gathering @ Stanford Medicine X 2016. Featuring Nick and a couple of ICEE.health-ers: Lorena Macnaughtan and Lavinia Ionita
“I’m looking forward to be a sponge and soaking up the most of the culture that I can. We (everyone) all have to understand that the world would rather hug you than hurt you“, said Nick, about his future presence at the festival.
CEE you @ iCEE.fest (on June, 15&16), Nick!
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