Post Written By Guest Blogger, MyIdealPtExp “The most valuable commodity I know of is information.” In the movie Wall Street, Gordon Gekko made it known to Bud Fox that he didn’t need more information, he needed new information. It made me think of its...

Post Written By Guest Blogger, Susan E. Mazer I read this statement on a mug recently and wondered if I was confused or believed what I read. How many Google searches have I done about any particular disease, drug, symptom? So many. Then, I thought about...

Post Written By Andy DeLaO Another verbal joust between Mike (@uscaspecialist) and I this week was on the topic of patients, engagement, and getting shit done. I shared a few observations with Mike: “Satisfaction” always seems to be highest in oncology departments Patients seem...

Post Written By Prescribe Design Below is the transcript of the complete Interview I did with the Health Data Consortium out of Washington DC.  Their tagline is unleashing the power of open health data. The title of their post: The Nuances of Language, Data, and Innovation.  I...

Post Written By Susan Mazer Recently, The New England Journal of Medicine published an article about ICU-acquired weakness. The authors explore the physiological (neurological) outcomes of having an critical illness, being administered strong medications, being intubated, and otherwise being unable to move. Nerves atrophy and...

Post Written By Victor Montori Repost from Linkedin with permission from Jerry Penso For the past year, I have been exploring strategies for diabetes care improvement with The American Medical Group Foundation (AMGF), planning our next national campaign to address this chronic disease....