Web-based Risk Information and the Use of Alternative Medicine for Active Anti-neoplastic Therapy
The websites and other resources your patients find on the Internet may downplay or ignore clinical evidence that herbal supplements may promote tumor growth or impair the effectiveness of established cancer treatments.
Cell Phone-based Telemonitoring Helps Cancer: Patients Adhere to Treatment Regimens
Wireless technologies like cell phones and radio frequency identification can help improve treatment compliance and quality of life for cancer patients.
Gimme Shelter: Are Financial Safe Havens Truly Safe Anymore?
The largest US financial institutions are on government life support.
The ABCs of Location-based Services
The hottest trend right now in mobile communications is location-based services on smartphones.
Wellsphere Blogger Flap Raises Questions about Content Ownership
It started with an e-mail to thousands of health bloggers from Dr. Geoff Rutledge,
Chief Medical Information Officer at the health website Wellsphere.
Can New Technologies Be Used to Predict Treatment Response in Cancer Patients?
The next leap forward in cancer treatment will see physicians tailoring treatments based on patients' individualized tumor profiles.
The Costs of Medicare HIT Mandate Noncompliance
President Obama has signed a stimulus bill that calls for eventually punishing physicians who do not "meaningfully" use a "certified" EHR system.
Argumentum Ad Populum: Medical Wikis 101
What exactly is a medical wiki, and for that matter, a wiki in general? Are these resources useful to you and your patients?
Automating the Documentation and Coding Process
Accurate documentation and coding is essential for efficient billing and reimbursement.
Interoperability Is the Key to a Patient-centric Transformation of the Healthcare System
Healthcare data trapped in non-interoperable clinical systems leads to flawed processes, inefficient workflow, and less-than-optimal care.
As Medicare Goes, so Goes Managed Care (Or so the Saying Goes)
Who will lead the way in promoting greater adoption of e-prescribing, and how can physicians get the most out of using this technology in their practice?
The Risk of Risk: Explaining Difficult Concepts to Patients
A key component of health literacy is the ability to understand statistics and concepts like "probability" and "risk."
Sotigalimab/Pembrolizumab Combo Continues to Show Clinical Activity in Frontline Melanoma
Dr. Halmos on Trastuzumab Deruxtecan in NSCLC
Dr. Kris on Immunotherapy in NSCLC Without Driver Mutations
Checkpoint Inhibitor Challenges Warrant Consideration for a Targeted Approach in NSCLC
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