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For some, future is already here with cloud-based radiology

October 22, 2014

Your article “Radiology being transformed by cloud, proponents say” presents an interesting usage of cloud-based radiology, backed with practical examples of networks that are employing this model. Because the...

It's time to stand by Dallas hospital

October 21, 2014

Regarding “Texas Health Resources CEO admits staff not fully trained before Ebola outbreak”: THR has taken enough lumps. It's time for the medical community to stand by this facility.

'Research corporations' using patient data without consent

'Research corporations' using patient data without consent

By Dr. Deborah C. Peel  |  September 12, 2014

Regarding “Reform Update: UnitedHealth's Optum Labs adds universities, insurer and Merck”: The public has never agreed or given their consent to the use of their personal health data by “research...

Registries can be source of critical data

September 05, 2014

Regarding “Groups press FDA to encourage medical-device registries”: Hip and knee implant registries incorporating refined data for comparative effectiveness, quality monitoring and public reporting are clearly...

Device industry feeling the pinch

August 26, 2014

Regarding “Audit: Obamacare medical-device tax not meeting revenue target”: As a person who has worked for more than one medical-device manufacturer over the past 25 years, this article is spot on.

For most, health is not a priority

July 10, 2014

Regarding “Report looks at what drives healthcare analytics”: The authors of the article need to get their heads out of the clouds and get into clinical practice.

Big bucks are driving big data

Big bucks are driving big data

July 02, 2014

Regarding “When it comes to clinical-decision software, what does autonomy mean?”: The current rage for building, selling and using “bedside analytics” and big-data technologies is all about financial...

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