While Google’s autocomplete can be quite convenient, albeit creepy, it can also be pretty mean. I decided to see how Google’s autocomplete felt about various medical specialties. Apparently a lot of specialties are stupid and useless.
While anesthesia is safer than ever before, every patient scheduled for a procedure or surgery must have a serious conversation with their physician anesthesiologist about their anesthesia care plan. Advances in the science and research of anesthesiology have decreased the dangers of surgery and anesthesia substantially, but patients should be made aware of any risks
Colliding federal policies are fomenting a nasty money war that’s pitting community oncologists trying to treat patients in less expensive clinic settings against hospitals trying to woo patients in through costlier emergency departments.
The agencies under discussion are the Centers for Medicare … read on
Crowdfunding, done through internet companies such as Indiegogo and Kickstarter, has been popular for some time. It’s a simple idea: You post your project or fundraising goal on their websites and hope enough people are interested to make a donation. You can also offer incentives to increase your donors’ generosity.
It seems the same concept has come to health care. I read about an interesting new internet start-up company … read on
I love this YouTube clip of John Oliver, The Daily Show alum and now host of his own HBO show, Last Week Tonight, in which he takes a humorous but scornful look at how Big Pharma markets drugs to doctors.
In 2013, we spent close to $330 billion on prescription medications; 70% of Americans take at least one prescription drug. As John Oliver … read on