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By Dan Michelson 10:38 am February 20, 2014
Two recent studies have found that doctors know very little about cost. But that same research has also confirmed that, contrary to the popular narrative, doctors actually do care about cost.
By Christina Thielst 08:44 am August 19, 2013
In a viewpoint published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, three ethics and psychiatry experts from Johns Hopkins University argue that industry guidelines on online medical professionalism inappropriately call on physicians to separate their personal and professional identities.
By Jennifer Dennard 09:54 am October 19, 2012
Did I get your attention? In recent weeks, Nobel Prizes have been awarded in the categories of physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, peace and economic sciences. While there isn’t yet one designated for healthcare IT, the ideas behind many of the winners’ groundbreaking theories will likely impact healthcare and technology at...
By Jeff Rowe 02:32 am July 09, 2010
While Congress was in recess, President Obama appointed Donald Berwick, MD, to lead the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, which has been without an administrator since 2006. Let's forget the usual politics for a moment and focus on the impact this appointment will make on health IT adoption.
By Patty Enrado 08:59 am June 03, 2010
Amidst all the millions of federal dollars slated for health IT adoption, HHS understands the importance of protecting patient information in electronic form.

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