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Digital Records May Not Cut Health Costs, Study Cautions

Steve Lohr | New York Times | March 5, 2012

Computerized patient records are unlikely to cut health care costs and may actually encourage doctors to order expensive tests more often, a study published on Monday concludes. Read More »

Is Screening Good For You?

Jim Murray | OpenMedicine.EU | July 9, 2012

More experts are questioning the practice of screening in particular cases – the testing of apparently healthy populations for underlying risk factors or undiagnosed conditions, such as some cancers, with a view to prevention or early treatment. Supporters of screening sometimes respond to their critics with more heat than light, but I don’t know who is right. Read More »