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Can Doctors Save More Lives by Working Less?

Before 2003, medical residents worked an unregulated number of hours per week. This possibly increased the chance of fatigue-related errors during treatment of patients. (more…)

Five Myths About Cancer Care in America

One of the most pervasive and misguided myths about cancer is that the ‘war on cancer’ has been a failure. With provocative news headlines about cancer often popping up, it is understandable that there is public uncertainty about progress in its treatment and patient care. (more…)

What Health Care Can Learn from Netflix

Watching Arrested Development with my kids, my mind started to wander after the eighth episode or so. How can Netflix let us gorge ourselves on so much television and – if it makes business sense – are there any lessons for the health care industry? The surprising answer turns out be yes, and it has to do with drugs. (more…)

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