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AI in Healthcare – Part 3

AI in Healthcare – Part 3 This will be my last article about the mini-series “AI in Healthcare”. In “Ai in Healthcare – Part 2”, I focused on radiology and drug development. I will now wrap up the series with impacts closer to patients and healthcare workers.  In personalized medicine, AI can analyze a patient’s […]

We All Need Health Insurance

I watched a panel discussion on CNBC this morning. It was introduced as the Future of Healthcare. The participants were CEOs of health insurance companies. There was no mention of patient safety and quality, clinical procedures, patient care, mobile health, telehealth, robotic surgery, accountable care, or affordable care. Another missing topic concerns the 30-40 million […]

How to find out your surgeon’s track record

A new web site called SurgeonRatings.org aims to add transparency to how good our surgeons are compared to each other. The site also shows how many other doctors offer referrals to a surgeon. The data are imperfect, but making it available is a good step in the right direction of enabling consumers to make better informed decisions. […]

DACS: Health Attitude Forum and Panel

It was a pleasure to speak at one of the Danbury Area Computer Society (DACS) monthly meetings for the 22nd year in a row. The DACS board was gracious to use the occasion to feature my new book, Health Attitude: Unraveling and Solving the Complexities of Healthcare. I gave a 30 minute overview of what the […]

A Hospital With Health Attitude

Danbury Area Computer Society (DACS) is holding their monthly meeting  on Tuesday, May 5, at the Danbury Hospital Creasy Auditorium. I am privileged to be the speaker for the 23rd year. The event is open to the public. The program this year will be a bit different. I will be presenting my new book, Health Attitude: […]