15 May Going off the Grid – The Rise of "Direct Practice" Medicine

Grid (grĭd) n. Something resembling a framework of crisscrossed parallel bars, as in rigidity or organization An interconnected system for the distribution of electricity or electromagnetic signals over a wide area, especially a network of high-tension cables and power stations. The interconnected system employed by the Medico-Industrial...

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23 Apr Millenial Patients: Care Delivery for the Next Generation of Patients

Generation (jĕn'ə-rā'shən) n. A group of individuals born and living about the same time. A group of generally contemporaneous individuals regarded as having common cultural or social characteristics and attitudes. A stage or period of sequential technological development and innovation. * This is a reposting of the article I...

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05 Mar Health 2.0: The Long Tail of Health Care

Long Tail (lông tāl) New business phenomenon in which low distribution and storage cost enable significant profits to be realized by selling small volumes of niche items instead of large numbers of popular items. The potential for online retailers to make more money than their...

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