The State of Health Information Exchange: Benefits and Challenges

This is a guest post by TechnologyAdvice.com writer Jesse Jacobsen. TechnologyAdvice.com is based in Nashville, TN, and their stated mission is to provide valuable insight to business technology buyers, while creating connections with the products and vendors that best meet those buyers’ needs. Their site is a goldmine of industry-specific intel on current software and [&hellip

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GM recalls are bad. Medical device recalls are worse.

It’s bad enough when your GM SUV turns into a rolling fire hazard. Imagine needing, and getting, a hysterectomy, only to discover that the surgical procedure itself turned you into an advanced stage cancer patient? That’s exactly what’s been going on since power morcellators became common in laparoscopic uterine surgery to remove fibroids. In morcellation, [&hellip

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Keeping Patients in the Dark

Back when I slaved in the depths of Hunter Thompson’s “shallow money trench,” we had a phrase we deployed whenever we thought the grownups were keeping us in the dark. We would say we’d been sent to Mushroom Land, where one is kept in the dark and fed sh*t, the better to keep us from [&hellip

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Cost and Price and Cost, oh my!

I am beyond tired of watching blind guys – the healthcare industry – feel up the elephant – people-commonly-called-patients and their preferences when it comes to interacting with the healthcare system. When I read the post this infographic was embedded in, I found myself shaking my head (again) and thinking that the people who really [&hellip

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What’s in a Bowl of Rice?

This is a guest post by Patricia Dean-Escoto, a nutrition coach and consultant who learned, in her own cancer journey, the impact of food on cancer prevention – she’s got a new Android app, My Breast Cancer Advocate, that’s available in the Google Play store.  The other day I was visiting with a good friend [&hellip

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