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Cheap Drugs For Everyone Sounds Nice, But Who Would Make Them?

Cheap Drugs For Everyone Sounds Nice, But Who Would Make Them? (0)

Commentary on Financial Post article by Richard Owens & Sean Speer A report by a United Nations panel on the accessibility of medicine in the developing world calls for sweeping changes to

Getting Real About An Alzheimer’s Cure

Getting Real About An Alzheimer’s Cure (0)

Forbes article by Howard Gleckman For decades, people have been hoping for the magic bullet that will prevent, cure, or even slow the progression of Alzheimer’s Disease or other dementias. Yet, despite

Many Hospitals Transmit Your Health Records Unencrypted

Many Hospitals Transmit Your Health Records Unencrypted (0)

Computerworld article by Lucas Mearian Healthcare IT organizations often lack budget and personnel to address security needs About 32% of hospitals and 52% of non-acute providers — such as outpatient clinics, rehabilitation

Healthcare In 2016: The Economics

Healthcare In 2016: The Economics (0)

HHN Mag article by Ian Morrison It’s that time again. We get to pick a new president. And what an array of choices: senators, a socialist and a governor, as well

Oracle Releases New Healthcare IT System

Oracle Releases New Healthcare IT System (0)

Healthcare IT News article by Bill Siwicki IT giant Oracle unveiled its Oracle Healthcare Foundation Tuesday at HIMSS16 a next-generation version of Oracle Enterprise Healthcare Analytics that provides healthcare organizations with a

Hospitals Need To Create Low Cost Centers NOW

Hospitals Need To Create Low Cost Centers NOW (0)

Motley Fool article by Bruce JapsenHospital operators, insurance companies, and potentially retail drugstores see the addition of urgent care centers as a lower cost, consumer-friendly alternative to the hospital emergency

Everything Is Wrong With The Way Doctor’s Offices Are Run

Everything Is Wrong With The Way Doctor’s Offices Are Run (1)

Slate article by L.V. Anderson A few years ago, Katherine White was feeling burned out. The Massachusetts dermatologist runs a private practice at which she oversees a nurse, two medical assistants,

Sanders Finally Outlines His Universal Healthcare

Sanders Finally Outlines His Universal Healthcare (0)

Mother Jones article by Kevin Drum   With only moments to go before tonight’s Democratic debate, Bernie Sanders has finally dropped his universal health care plan. Exciting! I imagine that Team

Healthcare To Be A Focal Point For Republicans

Healthcare To Be A Focal Point For Republicans (0)

Forbes article by Karlyn Bowman Last week, when Congress sent President Obama a plan to repeal portions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the president vetoed the bill, there were

Top 8 Medical Apps for Doctors and Physicians

Top 8 Medical Apps for Doctors and Physicians (0)

Global Healthcare article by Stephanie Ocano We live in a digital age, where most of our actions are carried out via our smartphones. As the world continues to become more

The Issues Facing Our Healthcare System

The Issues Facing Our Healthcare System (0)

CNN article by Marty Makary Is health care in America getting safer? This is a question that we all think about as doctors and patients. The answer seems to be not

Why You Should Never Email Confidential Information

Why You Should Never Email Confidential Information (0)

Medscape article by Michael J. Sacopulos, JD Best Intentions May Go Astray A small Southern medical practice had a problem this past summer. One of its employees inadvertently transmitted information via

Can Catholic Hospitals Deny Women Lifesaving Abortions?

Can Catholic Hospitals Deny Women Lifesaving Abortions? (0)

Medcape article by Arthur L. Caplan, PhD Hi. I’m Art Caplan at the Division of Medical Ethics at the NYU Langone Medical Center. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)—that notorious organization

How To Effectively Price Payments in Healthcare

How To Effectively Price Payments in Healthcare (0)

HBR article by Derek A. Haas, Robert S. Kaplan, Dereesa Reid, Jonathan Warsh, and Michael E. West   Bundled payments — single payments that cover all the care for a patient’s medical condition or treatment over

Big Changes Are Coming To The Way We Pay For Healthcare

Big Changes Are Coming To The Way We Pay For Healthcare (0)

Fortune article by Laura Lorenzetti   The backbone of healthcare–the very way we pay for our care–is undergoing a massive change, and that means big opportunity to match. GE Ventures and StartUp

Dr.Oz Upsets Other Doctors… Again

Dr.Oz Upsets Other Doctors… Again (0)

During a self-prescribed listening tour with physicians groups this summer, Mehmet Oz learned just how much it annoyed many doctors when their patients say, “I heard on ‘Dr. Oz‘…” It’s

How to Reach New Customers Today

How to Reach New Customers Today (0)

Forbes article by John Greenfield and Kimberly A. Whitler Few would argue that the US healthcare industry is currently undergoing a seismic shift. Just one of the changes facing healthcare

Should Prescription Meds Require a Prescription?

Should Prescription Meds Require a Prescription? (0)

Huffington Post article by Jon Wisman Since the late 18th-century, individual freedom has ranked among the highest of our social values. Although it is strongly asserted in the U.S. Constitution and

Price Transparency in Healthcare: Easier Said Than Done

Price Transparency in Healthcare: Easier Said Than Done (0)

Med City News article by Martha Bebinger  Let’s say you’re having trouble reading this. The words are a little fuzzy. You might need glasses or a new prescription. So you

Yelp Reviews Hit Doctors Hard

Yelp Reviews Hit Doctors Hard (0)

NPR article by Charles Ornstein Dental patients really don’t like Western Dental. Not its Anaheim, Calif., clinic: “I hate this place!!!” one reviewer wrote on the rating site Yelp. Or one