Debora Spar of the Harvard Business School argues that new medical technology can’t go unregulated forever.
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In an environment where doctors are paid by the test, Nortin M. Hadler is convinced that many tests are useless, or worse, harmful.
After crippling millions worldwide, polio may soon be wiped out. But to the last, the virus is proving an elusive, stubborn foe.
If God wanted to send a plague to expose the Achilles’ heel of American medicine, that plague would be MRSA.
The Veterans Health Administration, of all places, has embraced the computer age. Will the rest of medicine (finally) follow.
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