Last week's TEDMED conference brought together leaders in fields as varied as health and technology to poetry and art to reveal the possible future of state-of-the-art health care.
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WASHINGTON — The Obama administration will not seek to arrest medical marijuana users and suppliers as long as they conform to state laws, under...
I'm proud to share that a special online journal has launched. The simple goal is to learn what methods really work for patient-doctor collaboration, and in doing so transform the culture of medicine.
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While lawmakers and their special interest entourages take their heavyweight political boxing match on the road, doctors are hunkering down, caring for patients, and searching for clues to what the future might look like.
One of the key reasons health care is exploding is linked to medical imaging. A predominant factor in this explosion is related to non-radiology owned private practices and imaging centers.
A pamphlet I received from our family doctor offering plastic surgery made my jaw drop. And it begs the question of whether the primary goal of our provider is my health or their profit.
If you have a child with ADHD or Asperger's Syndrome, for example, don't expect to be able to be of much help after he or she turns 18.
Consumers need to be part of the health care conversation and doctors and patients alike need better access to basic data about what works and what doesn't.
As the first legislative action on reforming the nation's health care system draws near, interest groups on various sides of the issue are stepping up...
Last week, I opened a discussion about our nation's struggles with health care. My heart went out to the comments from readers, who have life threaten...
The first sign of a smart patient is that telltale document they produce during their first visit or their 50th--it's their health profile. This is th...
I urge my friends, my colleagues, and the American people to join with me in making 2009 the year major health care reform legislation is delivered to the Oval Office.
In the face of nose-diving portfolios and little disposable income to go around, should ridding the face of wrinkles really be a priority? For that matter, should it ever be a priority?
Without further ado, below you have this week's Grand Rounds -- a Q&A session with over 30 bloggers led by the incoming President on how to reform (for the better, we hope) healthcare.
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