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Applying Psychology to the Challenge of Internal Health Adoption
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Applying Psychology to the Challenge of Internal Health Adoption »

Adoption of technology in the healthcare field has been happening at an incredibly slow pace. This is a fact

22 Dec, 2017
55
Written by Michael Ethan
Steal From the Poor. Give to the Rich. Rinse. Repeat. The Tax Bill and Health Care Part II..
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Steal From the Poor. Give to the Rich. Rinse. Repeat. The Tax Bill and Health Care Part II.. »

“We’re going to have to get back next year at entitlement reform, which is how you tackle the debt

22 Dec, 2017
59
Written by Michael Ethan
The Fight to End Alzheimer’s Should Start Earlier Than You Think
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The Fight to End Alzheimer’s Should Start Earlier Than You Think »

A patient walked into clinic wearing only a hospital gown, feet bare and EKG wires trailing.

22 Dec, 2017
15
Written by Michael Ethan
Healthier Communities Emerge From Enhanced Data Collection & Collaboration
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Healthier Communities Emerge From Enhanced Data Collection & Collaboration »

With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and the push toward the Triple Aim of patient-focused care, lower

22 Dec, 2017
17
Written by Michael Ethan
Trump, Stalin and the Price of Replacing Science with Ideological B.S.
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Trump, Stalin and the Price of Replacing Science with Ideological B.S. »

Donald Trump and many of his closest advisors have been accused of colluding with Russia to win his

22 Dec, 2017
16
Written by Michael Ethan
Fixing MACRA Should Mean Fixing the APM Pathway
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Fixing MACRA Should Mean Fixing the APM Pathway »

The Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC) has been discussing for well over a year

22 Dec, 2017
19
Written by Michael Ethan
Connecting the Dots: Referrals between Medical Care and Community Resources
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Connecting the Dots: Referrals between Medical Care and Community Resources »

Policymakers and providers all agree that addressing patients’ non-medical needs will be critical to improving health,

22 Dec, 2017
46
Written by Michael Ethan
Losing Net Neutrality Could Be Bad For Your Health: Here’s Why
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Losing Net Neutrality Could Be Bad For Your Health: Here’s Why »

The US Federal Communication Commission’s reversal of Obama-era net neutrality regulations sets the stage for broadband internet

22 Dec, 2017
15
Written by Michael Ethan
Dr. Nuance versus the Crusaders of the Lost Art
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Dr. Nuance versus the Crusaders of the Lost Art »

The two writers who got inside my head were polar opposites. Christopher Hitchens was an atheist, who mocked

What We Know and What We Think
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What We Know and What We Think »

What matters is what we know, not what we think

In the late 1980’s I cared for a pregnant

22 Dec, 2017
12
Written by Michael Ethan