- *A Pacemaker Wrecks a Family’s Life* Can faith in medicine be restored? #hcsm #hcr
- Breaking Down the Barriers… How Should Physicians and Pharma Collaborate— it’s in everyone’s best interest.
- Consumers Want Evidence Before Embracing Evidence-Based Medicine
- Bringing Comparison Shopping to the Doctor’s Office – NYTimes.com
- Despite Evidence, Patients Want More #healthcare #patient-education @myEn #In
Howard Luks on Breaking Down the Barriers… Phil Baumann on Breaking Down the Barriers… Howard Luks on Despite Evidence, Patients Wan… Howard Luks on Despite Evidence, Patients Wan… Steve Potak on Despite Evidence, Patients Wan…
Monthly Archives: March 2010
via ted.com Should all health care decisions, innovations, and interactions take place in *mainframe* institutional setting? Where does the personal health care paradigm shift begin ???
Cost containment in health care… it is possible, and *WE* can make a difference! #hcr #hcsm ~ Gary Becker: ‘Basically an Optimist’—Still
I begin with the obvious question. “The health-care legislation? It’s a bad bill,” Mr. Becker replies. “Health care in the United States is pretty good, but it does have a number of weaknesses. This bill doesn’t address them. It adds … Continue reading
If electronic records are only used to optimize billing and improve chart audits, patients will see little benefit. I doubt my patients received better care from the change. Electronic records can only play a supporting role in a broader effort … Continue reading
via cdn.mashable.com One of the best graphics I have seen to date on the multitude of supplements and whether there is any data (I am NOT stating the data is accurate) on their effectiveness.
An obscure parliamentary maneuver favored by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) suddenly ignited Tuesday as the latest tinder in the year-long partisan strife over reshaping the nation’s health-care system, triggering debate over the strategy’s legitimacy and political wisdom. via washingtonpost.com … Continue reading
I desperately hope that our lawmakers in Washington fail to reach agreement on either public or private options because these are wrong answers to the wrong questions. Both will permit perpetuation of the sort of business model malpractice that forces … Continue reading