Pioneering The Future of Healthcare

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Since November 2017, Over 100 video discussions have been captured on the topic of healthcare in the U.S. Aiming to bring all stakeholders in the healthcare environment together to create the future of healthcare; Patient Orator is on a mission to raise the voices of those affected by healthcare inefficiencies to activate change, shift societal perceptions, empower citizens, patients and create a more equitable healthcare environment for all. Patient Orator is pioneering the future of healthcare, over 12 U.S cities covered 38 more to go!  


65 Published Daily vlogs

Civic Engagements




  • Thoughts on Healthcare Delivery
  • Thoughts on Health Cost
  • Thoughts on Health Policies
  • Thoughts on healthcare Providers



Thoughts On U.S Healthcare System consist of insights collected from residents across the United States on the many issues that they identify as being problematic or complimentary within the U.S healthcare system. Residents also provide their proposed solutions to fixing the problems within the healthcare system. All opinions shared are representative of the individuals being interviewed.



    12 published Patient Advocacy Vlogs

    Patient Advocacy

    "Improving Healthcare One Perspective at a Time"

    — Kistein Monkhouse

    10 published Vlog discussions

    Advancing Health Outcomes In The United States


    Enthusiast on a Mission to Create Change 

    "During the nights I worked in the ED patients complained about the long hours they had spent waiting to be seen, and how inhumanly they were treated. A series of barriers, i.e. population density, language, cultural diversity, resources or lack thereof, heighten the complexities of the emergency department at this facility. Administrators seemed to not hear patient’s complaints, and this was proven by their inaction to change the culture of poor services.
    I believe that many of the barriers to providing patient centered care can simply be resolved by actively listening to what patients are saying, then curating patient centric policies. Once patients begin feeling isolated in their need to be heard, naturally a breakdown of communication between the patient and the healthcare provider that is administering care commence.
    I've witness patients coming into the ED to be seen for urgent health issues, then after several hours of waiting, wanting to leave at all cost, the outcome of being frustrated. Dissatisfied with what I'd been witnessing and hearing from patients throughout my years of experience in the healthcare environment, I decided to do something. Hence, the birth of Patient Orator.