BLOGS: Healthcare blog 100

So a couple of people have pointed me to the Healthcare 100. I was amused elated to find that I am #8. Actually it’s not really a health care blog list, it’s a health care and medical blog list. And the #1 is London Ambulance man who writes Random Acts of Reality. But then I was crushed to find on davidrothman.net that only a few days ago I was in the top 5. Now THCB is in free fall!

More seriously, it’s a fun list, but probably the leading blog in all of health care (certainly in term of revenue generation), HISTalk, isn’t on it

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