- — Pray for Medicine (@PrayforMedicine)Thu, Mar 07 2013 02:05:34
- — Pray for Medicine (@PrayforMedicine)Wed, Mar 06 2013 20:01:08@maxITVCS "best practices" is code for guidelines and protocols for which there is disagreement "all over the place" on desired outcomes.
- — Pray for Medicine (@PrayforMedicine)Tue, Feb 12 2013 16:49:08She was in pain. They followed protocols. She is now dead. http://www.gcnews-star.com/inmate-death-due-to-pregnancy-problems/ …ar.com/inmate-death-due-to-pregnancy-problems/
- — Tim McGhee (@TimMcGhee)Mon, Jan 14 2013 16:32:46@MedSocietyVA What about when "evidence-based standards of care" become things that interfere with the patient-physician relationship?
- — David Eyles (@Drystonesonnet)Sun, Dec 30 2012 17:59:08@holisticvetUK "..only one objective outcome and that's death. Everything else is open to interpretation." Just about sums it up really.
- — Pray for Medicine (@PrayforMedicine)Sat, Dec 22 2012 00:11:34
- — Pray for Medicine (@PrayforMedicine)Thu, Dec 13 2012 16:04:51A guideline on how to develop guidelines. When guidelines don't meet guideline standards. Rampant conflict of interest. http://hcrenewal.blogspot.com/2012/11/what-if-institute-of-medicine-wrote.html …gspot.com/2012/11/what-if-institute-of-medicine-wrote.html
- — Pray for Medicine (@PrayforMedicine)Wed, Dec 12 2012 20:06:26#ONC2012 "we'll start seeing augmented reality for the patient and physician with a little heads up display."
- — Common American (@C_A_Journal)Thu, Dec 06 2012 02:27:04'It's Cancer. No Treatment is Necessary.' Seriously. - G. Keith Smith, M.D. Surgery Center of Oklahoma November 2012... http://ow.ly/2tAFom
- — Mandi Bishop (@MandiBPro)Tue, Dec 04 2012 14:54:02
- — Blisstree.com (@blisstreedotcom)Fri, Nov 23 2012 14:40:07
- — World Economic Forum (@davos)Thu, Nov 22 2012 08:41:27
- — Juan Gérvas (@JuanGrvas)Wed, Nov 21 2012 23:05:16Breast cancer screening Substantial overdiagnosis, accounting for nearly a third of all newly diagnosed breast cancers. http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1206809 …doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1206809
- — fredtrotter (@fredtrotter)Wed, Nov 21 2012 17:54:50
Health Information Technology is simultaneously going small and large at the same time. It goes small to collect data, large to process that data, and back to small to implement that data.
EHR Analytics - Clinical Decision Support (#CDS)
Computer System Analogy: Control. Clinical Decision Support (#CDS) is applying the results of Big Data and health care informatics in the clinical practice.
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