In an era of unprecedented data access, how can you leverage data to benefit your patients and populations?
In the last few decades, Pluto was declassified as a planet and categorized as something else–a dwarf planet. Basically, scientists acknowledged Pluto’s distinctive place in the universe and decided it […]
If you listen, watch or stream news updates then you’ve likely heard about the Facebook data privacy scandal. During a recent early morning treadmill jaunt, I listened to a CNBC […]
For most of the past century, health care has been a somewhat straightforward proposition. People get sick or injured, visit a doctor or hospital, receive treatment and settle up via […]
If no further weird politics intervene, we will be able to use ICD-10 codes for real, finally, beginning October 1, 2015. This experience has been emotionally draining for everyone. For […]
It has been impossible to ignore the number of data breaches in the news lately. Whether you have been directly affected or not, one thing is certain: data security should […]
Carl Linnaeus’s Systema Naturae, the taxonomy of living things he developed in the 18th century to classify living organisms, named only about 10,000 species of organisms, including roughly 6,000 plants […]