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No matter where you are in your healthcare career or professional life, learning is vital to help grow success. Some of the most talented people can gain new perspectives and develop a deeper understanding of healthcare with some reading. Take a look at these books that all healthcare professionals should read to learn more about innovations and growth in healthcare.

In Search of Good Medicine: Hospital Marketing Strategies to Engage Healthcare Consumers by Mark D. Shipley

In more recent years, patients have gained a more vital role in decision-making regarding health. Within this book, Mark D. Shipley shares new ways to engage with and attract these patients. This book highlights the current state of healthcare and shares ways organizations can be competitive in the healthcare marketing field.

The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get Things Right by Atul Gawande

Atul Gawande touches base on how busy life and healthcare can be and the importance of giving yourself and patients the best experience. Gawande believes that healthcare professionals can produce more and use technology by using checklists throughout their daily lives and operation rooms. This book is perfect for any healthcare professional that finds themselves overwhelmed between life and work.

The Patient Will See You Now: The Future of Medicine is in Your Hands by Eric Topol

Eric Topol gives readers a different perspective on medicine and shows how much power and control patients have. He highlights the innovative idea of using your smartphone to receive blood test results rapidly and even monitoring vital signs. If you’re interested in learning more about the future of healthcare, then pick up this book and know how people can obtain a diagnosis without seeing their doctor.

The Soul of a Doctor by Susan Pories, M.D., Sachin H. Jain, and Gordon Haper, M.D.

This book highlights the journey of medical students in their third year of studies and how they faced their clinical responsibilities. These students face real-life crises for the first time and make life-saving decisions that will stick with them forever. This book shares raw perspectives of doctors that people don’t usually see and is perfect for professionals who have shared similar experiences.