Filed Under:Apr 25, 2012
By Robert Laszewski
By Daniel Skinner
By Matthew Holt
By David Auerbach
By Hayward K. Zwerling, MD
By David Blumenthal, MDThe FDA Ban on Trans Fats Should Be Just the Beginning
By Deborah Cohen, MDThe Two Million Scenario: What If the Affordable Care Act Enrolls a Lot Fewer People In the Exchanges Than Predicted?
By Seth J. ChandlerHealthcare.gov and the Gulf Between Planning and Reality
By Clay ShirkyStopping 23andMe Will Only Delay the Revolution Medicine Needs
By Gholson LyonThe Statinization of America
By Khanna, Emerick & LewisWhy Maintenance of Certification Will Make You a Better Doctor
By Lois Margaret Nora, MDWhat I Expect From the Medicare Program
By Jeff Goldsmith
By Michael PainterThe Rise of the Hospitalists
By Richard Gunderman, MDThe Affordable Care Act and the Death of Personal Responsibility
By Vik KhannaYes. Employers Really Are to Blame for Our High Medical Prices
By Uwe ReinhardtIs Obesity a Disease? I Vote No
By David KatzTesting Wisely
By Rob LambertsAverage Care At a Typical Hospital On an Ordinary Sunday In August
By Ashish JhaMedicine In Denial
By Leslie Kernisan
By J.D. KleinkeCan Everybody Just Please Calm Down?
By Ann Mond JohnsonThe 834 Problem
By Robert LaszewskiWhat's Next for Healthcare.gov?
By Aneesh ChopraWhy Calling It a "Tech Surge" May Not Be the Best Idea In History
By Brad Feld
By Lisa Suennen & David Shaywitz, MDMaking Health Addictive
By Joseph Kvedar, MDHealthcare Tech's Disconnect: Why Aren't We Building the Products Patients Really Need?
By Leslie Schover*Patients Not Included
By Leslie Kernisan, MD#Dataviz +#Design + #Diabetes
By Joyce Lee, MDVinod Khosla: Technology Will Replace 80 Percent of Docs
By Davis Liu, MDThe E-mail I Want to Send to Our Tech Guys But Keep Deleting
By Shirie Leng, MD
By Vineet Arora, MDChapter Nine: In Which Watson Discovers Med School Is Slightly Tougher Than He Had Been Led to Believe
By William Hersh, MDA Modest Proposal: Replace the Med School Interview With fMRI
By Tim Lahey, MDGuidelines vs. Personalized Medicine: The Battle for the Future of Healthcare
By Joseph Kvedar, MDFlipping the Doctor's Office
By Thomas GoetzUCSF's Wikipedia Experiment: Should Med Students Get Credit for Curating Medical Information Online?
By John Schumann, MDWhat the Khan Academy Teaches Us About What Medical Education Will Look Like Ten Years From Now
By Michael Painter, MD
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