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End of week links

Diagnosing cancer early. The money duck. Pythagorean wins for soccer. Battle of the billionaires. Talking Trade-offs.

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Links

Here are some links to check out for the end of the week: Roadblocks to telehealth. Economist job market guide. Cell phone ban. EHR = Grief Counselors as Tarot card readers Is your nursing home really 5-star?

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HWR + More

David Williams hosts this week’s Health Work Review at the Health Business Blog.  If you need more entertainment for the end of your week, check out the links below as well. Eradicating Ebola in 100 days. Teachers with coding skills. Using social media to track adverse events. Uber goes to Lambeau. “…unless they get paid […]

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End of Week Links

eHarmony for Healthcare. Biggest healthcare stories of the summer. Do Economists Care? Concussion watch. Bedbugs take over NY (not what you think)

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Mid-week links

Workers’ Comp trends. LA storeys. Who ordered that? P4P skepticism. This paper is about nothing.  

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Friday Links

Do voters now like Obamacare? The deadliest drug. Evidence for digital medicine. X-ray goggles. CDC Ebola guidance.

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Friday Links

End animal testing? Limits on generality. “It’s not proof of an efficiency gain, but it’s a necessary condition for one.” Penalty shoot-out before overtime? 20% of near-elderly have no retirement savings

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Friday Links

People seeing what they want to see. Several Nobelists would be wrong about it. Medical technology and health expenditures. Obamacare and Medicare. Are narrow networks a good thing?

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Weekend Links

Can wireless technology replace nurses? Social media and physician complaints. Oligopoly that is academia. Inappropriate uses of HIPAA. A Dearth in Innovation.

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Friday Links

Obamacare and 2015 insurance premiums. Avoidable deaths. Science in the cloud. Are homicide rates really declining? Is the price of health care decelerating? Toilet sans water. Revitalizing the art of the physical exam.

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