Interesting article I read this past week on Medscape from WebMD titled “’Some Worms Are Best Left in the Can’ — Should You Hide Medical Errors?” They posed four questions in Medscape’s ethics survey related to this topic.
Recent reports have come out that state “even though Congress approved a zero percent update for Medicare physician fees in 2011, the CMS calculation for the 2011 conversion factor represents a 7.8554 percent cut.” Those reports are somewhat misleading if Read More
OK, so Republicans are taking charge of the House of Representatives. The future of Obama’s healthcare reform is at stake. So what’s going to happen next? Will the whole law be repealed? What about the courts, what position are they going Read More
As we have discussed in earlier blogs, people have been looking at ways to make money with Twitter; mostly using it as a “real-time” advertising medium. For example; Kogi Korean taco truck, L.A.’s culinary obsession. They send Tweets to let Read More
PCWorld’s article from April 17th discusses the slow down of Twitter’s growth. I am not certain the “slow down” of growth equates to Twitter going away. After all, its popularity sky-rocketed over the last year or two; theoretically, something can Read More
Healthcare Reform is upon us. Last week the COMMITTEES ON WAYS & MEANS, ENERGY & COMMERCE, AND EDUCATION & LABOR posted an Implementation Timeline. Certainly not all inclusive to the bill that was passed; as the timeline is only seven Read More
Well, it’s happened. My blog back on January 12th, “Let the Lawsuits Begin!”, has come to pass. This week officials from 14 states filed lawsuits to block the healthcare reform bill. Thirteen of those officials filed suit in a federal Read More