Monthly Archives: February 2013

Cloud computing, your patient information, and privacy

In the not too distant past, healthcare providers sometimes worried that reliance on technology might put private patient information at risk. For example, they might have debated whether having a computer technician restore information from a damaged hard drive might … Continue reading

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Curmudgeon Rant: “We don’t have small.”

I went to see a movie yesterday, which is something I don’t often do, and I decided to order a coffee, which is something I do even less frequently. When I got to the counter, the menu said “Cappuccino, $4/$5.” … Continue reading

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We are the 85 percent

Over the years, I have had several people in healthcare tell me that about 85 percent of patients in doctor’s waiting rooms have no medical problem that won’t take care of itself with a little time and patience, but patients … Continue reading

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