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The Fremont Argus
Your doctor is arriving nowSAN DIEGO -- The doctor will see you now. But not where you think. Thanks to o
Your doctor is arriving now
The Fremont Argus / Posted 5 days ago
SAN DIEGO -- The doctor will see you now. But not where you think. Thanks to on-demand health care app Heal, your next doctor's visit could take place on your turf -- home, office, hotel, even coffee shop -- and on your terms. The Web and mobile... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
LinksOn her FB page, Kirsten Gillibrand endorsed Hellery — and is getting hammered i
Links
Naked Capitalism / Posted 7 days ago
On her FB page, Kirsten Gillibrand endorsed Hellery — and is getting hammered in the comments under the endorsement. Deservedly so IMO. Kinda sad. I thought Kirsten was one of the handful of real progressives in congress. Just another wall street... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Wireless Devices Did Not Cut Health Care Costs In San Diego StudyWould health care costs go down if patients could monitor their chronic disease
Wireless Devices Did Not Cut Health Care Costs In San Diego Study
KPBS San Diego / Posted 20 days ago
Would health care costs go down if patients could monitor their chronic diseases at home, using smartphone-connected medical devices? Some doctors think so. But one recently published San Diego study found that wireless monitoring did not cut costs... Read more
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Evening Standard
Junior doctors’ fury is justified - but we’ve lost the plot over NHSAs so often, the immortal boy from Brixton called it first. In Changes, just on
Junior doctors’ fury is justified - but we’ve lost the plot over NHS
Evening Standard / Posted 28 days ago
As so often, the immortal boy from Brixton called it first. In Changes, just one of perhaps a dozen tunes that define my generation and his, David Bowie provided lyrics that could speak for Britain’s striking junior doctors. “These children that you... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Strike all you like, doctors - technology will soon take away your powerUnless the NHS can increase its productivity and get more for every pound it sp
Strike all you like, doctors - technology will soon take away your power
Daily Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
Unless the NHS can increase its productivity and get more for every pound it spends, it is doomed. Yet the BMA resists even the most modest attempt to make the most expensive bit of the medical workforce more productive. For all the medics' rage... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Small, mobile devices to become masters of our medical fateThe high-tech world’s most famous maxim — known as “Moore’s Law” — essentially
Small, mobile devices to become masters of our medical fate
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 30 days ago
The high-tech world’s most famous maxim — known as “Moore’s Law” — essentially states that computing power doubles approximately every 18 months. Not only does that explain why Apple introduces a new iPhone every other year, but it’s also the reason... Read more

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