Patients

Big Data, Obamacare, and Us

by Admin 04.29.2014

The explosion of data journalism has meant we’re hearing about more polls than ever. So this morning we learned that in a new Washington Post poll Obama’s approval ratings are the lowest ever, especially when people were asked about the Affordable Care Act.  Oh, they’re also low on the economy — don’t forget that! In [...]

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You Can’t Get Away From Salt

by Admin 01.28.2014

Doctors are beginning to find that poor nutrition is linked to a variety of diseases — high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, and even Alzheimer’s. We hear about fresh fruits and vegetables, lean meats and complex carbohydrates ad  nauseum, but until it’s too late you don’t hear about one of the worse offenders: salt. In [...]

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Disrupting Home Health: A Critical Opportunity

by Admin 12.10.2013

https://soundcloud.com/officialsxsw/out-with-the-old-disrupting

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Hospitals Noticeable Upgrading Health IT Systems

by Admin 10.22.2013

I’ve been asked by my doctor to get him a film of an imaging study done in the ER. To get it, I have to pick it up in person or wait for it to be mailed. I decide to pick it up.   In the bowels of the hospital is the Health Information Management [...]

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