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Sally C. Pipes Talks Telemedicine on Freedom & Prosperity Radio

Freedom & Prosperity Radio’s Joe Thomas talks with Sally C. Pipes about how technology can make rural Americans healthier by embracing telemedicine and telehealth.  
Commentary

Technology Can Make Rural America Healthier

Recently, Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg released a plan to improve health care in rural America. In a statement posted on his campaign website, he wrote, “Rural Americans are getting sicker and dying younger than people in cities.” He is right, but his plan misses the mark. Buttigieg wants to ...
Commentary

Electronic Health Records Are Broken

A team of investigative reporters recently released a scathing analysisof the Obama administration’s decade-old push to digitize patient health records. The report, conducted by Fortune Magazine and Kaiser Health News, revealed that electronic health records were responsible for thousands of serious, even fatal, medical errors. Needless to say, this wasn’t what the Obama ...
Commentary

Electronic records are driving doctor burnout

Doctors are being driven daffy by electronic health records, or EHRs. That’s the takeaway from a recent report in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. Seven in 10 Rhode Island doctors surveyed who used electronic health records said that the technology stressed them out. Those who reported health ...
Commentary

Expansion Of Health Savings Accounts Can Bend The Healthcare Cost Curve Downwards

More than six in ten Republican voters want Congress to keep trying to repeal and replace ObamaCare, according to a new Kaiser Family Foundation poll. Lawmakers won’t be able to do so in one fell swoop, given the Senate’s failure to agree on a comprehensive reform plan. But Republicans can ...
Commentary

Telemedicine could revolutionize health care

The house call is back. Several tech companies are working to deliver doctors to patients’ doorsteps at the touch of a button — or the swipe of a smartphone. For patients outside the cities where these apps are taking off, there’s the virtual house call, whether via video-messaging services like ...
Commentary

Forget About Providers, What Do Doctors Think of Obamacare?

Healthcare providers have long been among Obamacare’s most enthusiastic supporters. The American Medical Association, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the American Hospital Association have all spoken out in favor of President Obama’s signature piece of legislation. But their statements of support are proving to be little more than lip ...
Health Care

Seal the Borders Against Canadian Health Care

Gov. Brian Schweitzer (D-Mont.) recently announced his aspirations for bringing universal health coverage to Big Sky Country. Schweitzer is not the first U.S. governor to stump for a state-funded health care system. Earlier this year, Gov. Peter Shumlin (D-Vt.) signed Green Mountain Care into law and began moving his state ...
Commentary

How Much Will Health Reform Cost?

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR In “Can We Afford It?” (editorial, Dec. 13), you remark that Republican critics oppose the currently proposed health care reform on the grounds that the nation cannot afford to add this new trillion-dollar entitlement in tough economic times. Here we should recall that in 2003, barely ...
Business & Economics

Giving Thanks for Leading Health Technology Advances

While Congress debates an US$850 billion healthcare bill with questionable benefits, leaders in the technology industry are quietly creating products and services that will truly reform healthcare. This Thanksgiving, for example, Americans can be appreciative of the incredible price decline in genome sequencing, one of the most important health advances. ...
Health Care

Sally C. Pipes Talks Telemedicine on Freedom & Prosperity Radio

Freedom & Prosperity Radio’s Joe Thomas talks with Sally C. Pipes about how technology can make rural Americans healthier by embracing telemedicine and telehealth.  
Commentary

Technology Can Make Rural America Healthier

Recently, Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg released a plan to improve health care in rural America. In a statement posted on his campaign website, he wrote, “Rural Americans are getting sicker and dying younger than people in cities.” He is right, but his plan misses the mark. Buttigieg wants to ...
Commentary

Electronic Health Records Are Broken

A team of investigative reporters recently released a scathing analysisof the Obama administration’s decade-old push to digitize patient health records. The report, conducted by Fortune Magazine and Kaiser Health News, revealed that electronic health records were responsible for thousands of serious, even fatal, medical errors. Needless to say, this wasn’t what the Obama ...
Commentary

Electronic records are driving doctor burnout

Doctors are being driven daffy by electronic health records, or EHRs. That’s the takeaway from a recent report in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. Seven in 10 Rhode Island doctors surveyed who used electronic health records said that the technology stressed them out. Those who reported health ...
Commentary

Expansion Of Health Savings Accounts Can Bend The Healthcare Cost Curve Downwards

More than six in ten Republican voters want Congress to keep trying to repeal and replace ObamaCare, according to a new Kaiser Family Foundation poll. Lawmakers won’t be able to do so in one fell swoop, given the Senate’s failure to agree on a comprehensive reform plan. But Republicans can ...
Commentary

Telemedicine could revolutionize health care

The house call is back. Several tech companies are working to deliver doctors to patients’ doorsteps at the touch of a button — or the swipe of a smartphone. For patients outside the cities where these apps are taking off, there’s the virtual house call, whether via video-messaging services like ...
Commentary

Forget About Providers, What Do Doctors Think of Obamacare?

Healthcare providers have long been among Obamacare’s most enthusiastic supporters. The American Medical Association, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the American Hospital Association have all spoken out in favor of President Obama’s signature piece of legislation. But their statements of support are proving to be little more than lip ...
Health Care

Seal the Borders Against Canadian Health Care

Gov. Brian Schweitzer (D-Mont.) recently announced his aspirations for bringing universal health coverage to Big Sky Country. Schweitzer is not the first U.S. governor to stump for a state-funded health care system. Earlier this year, Gov. Peter Shumlin (D-Vt.) signed Green Mountain Care into law and began moving his state ...
Commentary

How Much Will Health Reform Cost?

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR In “Can We Afford It?” (editorial, Dec. 13), you remark that Republican critics oppose the currently proposed health care reform on the grounds that the nation cannot afford to add this new trillion-dollar entitlement in tough economic times. Here we should recall that in 2003, barely ...
Business & Economics

Giving Thanks for Leading Health Technology Advances

While Congress debates an US$850 billion healthcare bill with questionable benefits, leaders in the technology industry are quietly creating products and services that will truly reform healthcare. This Thanksgiving, for example, Americans can be appreciative of the incredible price decline in genome sequencing, one of the most important health advances. ...
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