On the topic of polyamory

 When your parrot falls in love, it's called polyamorous;

When you play games with your parrot, it's called polygamous;
When your parrot leaves you, it's called polygon. ☹️
Some more thoughts on subject of love birds.

1. Everyone craves happiness. Fact.
2. If happiness equates to security, well, seeking security builds walls. Walls lead to isolation. Isolation – spawns loneliness. And that loneliness? The antithesis of happiness.
3. The real secret recipe for happiness? Let go of that 'me, myself, and I' mentality. Drop the need for security. Might sound counterintuitive, but stick with me.
4. Once you embrace the "we" over the "me", not only do you find personal happiness, but your relationships flourish, and anyone coming into your sphere can't help but feel uplifted too.
5. Now, if everyone in a relationship has mastered this art of letting go, polyamory becomes as natural as, say, your craving for midnight ice cream. 🍦
6. But mastering this art? It's a journey, or more like an inward expedition. Some take a lifetime to learn, and others... well, they're still waiting for the stars to line up.
7. Picture this: A group where everyone's let go of their egos, enjoying a wholesome, expansive connection. Sure, it would probably involve more than holding hands.
8. Essentially, polyamory, in its truest form, is for those rare gems who've dived deep into the inner quest of self-surrender.
9. Now, I'm not going to pretend – a bit of polyamory sounds appealing. But am I ready? Given I still struggle with sharing my fries, I have my doubts. 🍟😉 Fries anyone?

Keep the love flowing, everyone. And if anyone knows how to train a parrot not to fly away, DM me. Asking for a friend.

Why do we not have a national patient record system?

 It’s a significant conundrum in our healthcare system. Privacy is undoubtedly paramount, but its emphasis shouldn't overshadow the urgent need for data sharing, crucial for holistic and informed healthcare decisions. Delving deeper, the reluctance to embrace transparency and efficiency in healthcare administration isn't solely about privacy or job security. At its core, the healthcare business, like any other, is driven by the forces of return-on-investment. This often means that the overarching objective may lean more towards profitability rather than genuine patient well-being and happiness.

Increased transparency and efficiency might lead to reduced administrative roles, potentially impacting the 'business' side of healthcare. A system where patients are consistently healthy might paradoxically seem detrimental to a profit-driven healthcare business model. Moreover, with more transparent operations, healthcare providers might find themselves under greater scrutiny, questioning the necessity of some of their roles.

Yet, this shift could be a blessing in disguise. It would allow healthcare professionals to channel their skills and passion more directly into enhancing patient health and happiness. Those professionals who might find their roles evolving or becoming obsolete can pivot to exploring other passions and avenues.

The challenge to establish a 'one patient, one record' system isn't grounded in technology but rather in politics and, importantly, in shifting the mindset of the healthcare business model. The average citizen needs to understand the immense benefits of such a system. Politicians, reflecting the knowledge and demands of their voters, need to recognize its importance. It's not about the costs; it's about aligning the healthcare business model with the true essence of healthcare: the well-being and happiness of its patients.

A simple solution to patient records: Patient chosen, owned, managed Google drive

Imagine a scenario where Ms. Green, instead of carrying around her healthcare "passport", uploads all her vital medical documents to a secure folder on Google Drive, a free and easily accessible cloud service. Every time she visits a new doctor or requires medical assistance abroad, she simply provides access to this folder, allowing the healthcare provider to view her history instantly. The process is streamlined, making it far more convenient for Ms. Green.

By using Google Drive, Ms. Green retains full ownership and control over her health data. She can decide who sees her information and for how long. While there are potential or perceived risks with storing sensitive data online, the benefit of having instant access to it from anywhere in the world outweighs the drawbacks for her. Furthermore, platforms like Google Drive offer robust security measures, ensuring that her data is protected. Considering the free nature of such services, it becomes an economical solution for Ms. Green. The price is indeed right for her.

Now enter CHART_GPT 😂 :

Building on the idea, let's introduce a layer of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to Ms. Green's system. With the colossal amount of health data she accumulates over the years, merely browsing through folders and files might become cumbersome for a healthcare provider under time constraints.

By integrating AI into her Google Drive, any healthcare professional attending to Ms. Green can effortlessly run a simple query, such as "Ms. Green's allergies" or "latest EKG results"; or just ask ChartGPT “show me what a cardiologist would need to know about Ms. Green… (and recommed 😊)”. The AI would then quickly scan through her vast repository and display relevant documents or summaries, saving invaluable time and ensuring that no critical piece of information is missed.

Moreover, the AI could also proactively alert Ms. Green about routine health check-ups, medication renewals, or even potential interactions between newly prescribed drugs and her current medications. This way, the responsibility of managing and interpreting such a vast amount of data doesn't fall entirely on human shoulders. The AI ensures that the system is efficient, comprehensive, and user-friendly, turning the colossal responsibility into a manageable task.

On the topic of polyamory

  When your parrot falls in love, it's called polyamorous; When you play games with your parrot, it's called polygamous; When your p...