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Ambient Scribing – The Health Care Blog
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By MATTHEW HOLT Okay, I can’t do it any longer. As much as I tried to resist, it is time to write about ambient scribing. But I’m going to do it in ...

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Wait Till Health Care Tries Dynamic Pricing – The Health Care Blog
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By KIM BELLARD Nice try, Wendy’s. During an earnings call last month, President and CEO Kirk Tanner outlined the company’s plan to try a new form of ...

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What Scares Healthcare Like EVs Scare Detroit – The Health Care Blog
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By KMI BELLARD I’m thinking about electric vehicles (EVs)…and healthcare. Now, mind you, I don’t own an EV. I’m not seriously thinking about ...

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Predominant, Winning & Stupid – The Health Care Blog
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By MATTHEW HOLT In recent days and weeks, there have been three stories that have really brought home to me the inanity of how we run our health ...

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Are AI Clinical Protocols A Dobb-ist Trojan Horse? – The Health Care Blog
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By MIKE MAGEE For most loyalist Americans at the turn of the 19th century, Justice John Marshall Harlan’s decision in Jacobson v. Massachusetts ...

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We Freeze People, Don’t We? – The Health Care Blog
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By KIM BELLARD Perhaps you’ve heard about the controversial Alabama Supreme Court ruling about in-vitro fertilization (IVF), in which the court ...

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Putting the ‘value’ in value-based payments – The Health Care Blog
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By JOSH SEIDMAN Like Matthew Holt, I have also been ranting about the fact that “We’re spending way too much money on stuff that is the wrong ...

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So what can we do about health care costs? – The Health Care Blog
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By MATTHEW HOLT Last week Jeff Goldsmith wrote a great article in part explaining why health care costs in the US went up so much between 1965 and ...

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Why Not, Indeed? – The Health Care Blog
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By KIM BELLARD Recently in The Washington Post, author Daniel Pink initiated a series of columns he and WaPo are calling “Why Not?” He believes ...

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Supporting innovations in cancer treatment and prevention for our nation’s most vulnerable – The Health Care Blog
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By KAT MCDAVITT and LESLIE KIRK Innsena has made a $100,000 contribution to CancerX, making Innsena the public-private partnership’s first Impact ...

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Missense – The Health Care Blog
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By MIKE MAGEE Not surprisingly, my nominee for “word of the year” involves AI, and specifically “the language of human biology.” As Eliezer ...

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The Optimism of Digital Health – The Health Care Blog
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By JONATHON FEIT Journalists like being salty.  Like many venture investors, we who are no longer “green” have finely tuned BS meters that like to ...

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