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    Canada is beating the U.S. in startup visas to encourage Medical businesses

    Canada is beating the U.S. in startup visas to encourage Medical businesses

      January 25, 2013 Brad Feld  SOURCE   I read the announcement today that Canada has just launched a startup visa program. By doing so,… Read More →

     
     

    A rheumatoid arthritis test and app to track patients’ disease levels could improve drug choices

    A rheumatoid arthritis test and app to track patients’ disease levels could improve drug choices

    January 25, 2013 by Stephanie Baum | SOURCE One of the biggest sources of aggravation for patients and physicians when it comes to rheumatoid arthritis… Read More →

     
     

    Emergency Medicine Doc Expresses Appreciation for Hospitalists: Both on Front Lines

    Emergency Medicine Doc Expresses Appreciation for Hospitalists: Both on Front Lines

     Leap, Edwin MD  (SOURCE) Dear hospitalists: This is just a note to say that we in emergency medicine appreciate you. Like all of us, you… Read More →

     
     

    Why Personal Health Records Have Flopped

    Why Personal Health Records Have Flopped

    (ED: Mr. Cerrato nails it for the big issue behind the failure of this technology.  And it applies to everyone, including doctors like myself who… Read More →

     
     

    Top 25 Celebrity Doctors on Twitter Worth Following

    Top 25 Celebrity Doctors on Twitter Worth Following

    (SOURCE) What makes a physician popular on Twitter? Celebrity status might be gained through television shows, authorship or simply by being accessible to patients and… Read More →

     
     

    Five Big Developments for Digital Health in 2013

    Five Big Developments for Digital Health in 2013

    Posted on December 31, 2012 by David Leescher MD (ED: Dr Leescher is a prominent blogger, a true medical technophile, who weighs in the some developments… Read More →

     
     

    Topol: Hospitals, Office Visits of Little Use in the Future Eric J. Topol, MD

    Topol: Hospitals, Office Visits of Little Use in the Future  Eric J. Topol, MD

    (SOURCE) Eric J. Topol, MD Jan 14, 2013 Why do we need hospitals in the future? Why do we need to have office visits with physicians in… Read More →

     
     

    Rapping Doctor from Las Vegas, Grad of Stanford, Raps about “On-Call Christmas”

    Rapping Doctor from Las Vegas, Grad of Stanford, Raps about “On-Call Christmas”

    zDoggMD, a rapping hospitalist  (I don’t know if those two words have ever been put together) put together a song, dedicated to those healthcare professionals… Read More →

     
     

    Clinton Foundation Partners with Verizon for Remote Health Monitoring for Lower Income Americans

    Clinton Foundation Partners with Verizon for Remote Health Monitoring for Lower Income Americans

    (SOURCE: HealthTechZone.com) At best, no one could ever accuse the U.S. health system of being perfect. Many would say the current system is an unsustainable,… Read More →

     
     

    Family Doctor Trying New Practice Model of "Direct Care" with no insurance Accepted

    Family Doctor Trying New Practice Model of "Direct Care" with no insurance Accepted

       September 19, 2012   What is going on?  Dr. Lamberts is leaving Evans Medical Group in Augusta, Georgia?  That truly is earthshaking news! I am… Read More →

     
     
     
     
     

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