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MR Imaging, Electronic Test Ordering Creates Waste

Waste is what you get with rampant, uncritical use of MRI and health information technology, according to two papers out this week.  The authors of a companion editorial to one of the papers even go so far as to suggest … Continue reading

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What’s the Patient Got to Do with It?

Here we are discussing the prostate cancer screening guidelines, but what bothers me is that the patient is brought in as a footnote at the end of the analysis. I find it really dispiriting that there is so much lip … Continue reading

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