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Free To Choose Medicine: Bet...Bartley J. Madden

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Free To Choose Medicine offers a compelling argument for the freedom of every patient, guided by the advice of his or her doctor, to make informed decisions about the use of not-yet-FDA-approved therapeutic drugs that are in late stages of … more

Free To Choose Medicine: Better Drugs Sooner at Lower Cost
Bartley J. Madden
LearningWhatWorks, Inc. , English

Review of Disability and Reh...Jeanne C. Rivard, Mary Ellen...

The National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) is the principal federal agency supporting applied research, training, and development to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities. NIDRR’s mission is to gen… more

Review of Disability and Rehabilitation Research: NIDRR Grantmaking Processes and Products
Jeanne C. Rivard, Mary Ellen O’Connell, David H. Wegman, Committee on the External Evaluation of NIDRR and Its Grantees, National Research Council
National Academies Press , English

Obamacare: What's in It for ...Wendell Potter

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On January 1, 2014, the most important consumer protections in ObamaCare (the Affordable Care Act) go into effect. With both supporters and opponents of the law debating its merits and its controversial rollout, there is a need for “news-yo… more

Obamacare: What’s in It for Me?: What Everyone Needs to Know About the Affordable Care Act
Wendell Potter
Bloomsbury Press , English

Association of American Medi...Ellen Hirschman Miller, Davi...

A recent publication by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) states that, “The current call for an increase in US-trained physicians emanates from several factors, including the aging population, an aging physician workforce,… more

Association of American Medical Colleges Predicts Decreased Number of US-Trained Physicians: Profiling the Response of Hofstra University School of Medicine … Jewish Health System (Postgraduate Medicine)
Ellen Hirschman Miller, David Battinelli
JTE Multimedia , English

Time to move: As various mar...Mark Hagland

Abstract: James Holly, M.D., CEO and managing partner in the Southeast Texas Medical Associates (SETMA) group in Beaumont, Texas, knows exactly why his organization implemented an electronic medical record (EMR) system for the 24-physician,… more

Time to move: As various market and policy forces change, providers are gravitating to EMR environments (Postgraduate Medicine)
Mark Hagland
JTE Multimedia , English

Tobacco legislation: Time to...J. Taylor Hays, Richard D. Hurt

In 1994, the attorneys general of four states brought suit against the tobacco industry to recoup costs from tobacco-related diseases. Before long, most other states (41 altogether) joined this creative, unprecedented maneuver to force acco… more

Tobacco legislation: Time to right some wrongs (Postgraduate Medicine)
J. Taylor Hays, Richard D. Hurt
JTE Multimedia , English

The Unique Guide to Life Insurancequickonlinesuccess.com

The first thing you need to do is realize that you MUST have life insurance coverage of some kind, even if only to cover the catastrophic expenses like our fictional family.Next, you need to get informed! Most insurance plans are so unwiel… more

The Unique Guide to Life Insurance

Sizing Up Our Professional P...Peter A. Setness

As the year nears its end, many of us are prompted to look back and assess the months gone by. We ask ourselves, “What have I accomplished personally and professionally? And what have my family and friends accomplished?”Original Publication… more

Sizing Up Our Professional Performance: Can We Use Hedis As A Springboard To Improvement? (Postgraduate Medicine)
Peter A. Setness
JTE Multimedia , English

Investing in Public Health: ...Jack Meyer

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Better health at lower cost. This book proposes sound investments to achieve these twin goals. Rooted in a life-cycle approach, key investments start with timely prenatal care, immunizations, better educational attainment, a healthier and … more

Investing in Public Health: A Life-Cycle Approach
Jack Meyer
Xlibris US , English

Be Your Own DoctorAnonymous

Have you reached a point in your life when you started feeling unhealthy? Here are some useful information on how to become your own personal physician!Do you want to live longer, happier and healthier? Do you want to improve your life? Do … more

Be Your Own Doctor

The Politics of Scientific T...Benjamin Mozes

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Scientific investigation is a cognitive activity, aimed at revealing the truth of nature. Politics is an activity of intent, aimed at realizing specific values derive from subjective judgment. Political activity by scientists is a necessity… more

The Politics of Scientific Truth - Boldness and Humility
Benjamin Mozes

Healing America: Hope, Mercy...Roger Bulger

In this book a physician long involved in health policy issues at the national level presents a wise, achievable vision for American health care. From his wide ranging professional experiences and his personal experiences with three life th… more

Healing America: Hope, Mercy, Justice and Autonomy in the American Health Care System
Roger Bulger
Prospecta Press , English

Au peuple, sur le choléra-mo...Julien Travers

Mes frères et amis,Je me trouvais, mardi dernier, dans un des bureaux de la préfecture : là, comme ailleurs, on parlait du Choléra. J’appris que, la veille, l’Intendance militaire avait écrit au gouvernement pour qu’il fît composer, au plu… more

Au peuple, sur le choléra-morbus par un cousin du Bonhomme Richard (French Edition)
Julien Travers

The Malpractice Epidemic: A ...Bernard Leo Remakus

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THE MALPRACTICE EPIDEMIC is a behind-the-scenes look at medical malpractice and its numerous implications. Concise, informative and provocative, it is the original and definitive LAYMAN’S GUIDE TO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE, as well as a valuable … more

The Malpractice Epidemic: A Layman’s Guide To Medical Malpractice
Bernard Leo Remakus
221 East Publishing , English

The Incentive CureBob Conte, Francois de Brantes

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Ever wondered what truly ails health care in the US? It’s the incentives. They’re screwed up from top to bottom and until we change them, we can’t cure health care. The Incentive Cure provides a simple description of a complex problem and … more

The Incentive Cure
Bob Conte, Francois de Brantes

The Regulation of the Dental...

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This transcript of a witness seminar, one of a series of five, provides an intriguing and instructional collection of memoires and insights from senior members of the dental profession and others, especially since the inception of the NHS. … more

The Regulation of the Dental Profession by the General Dental Council: The John McLean Archive A Living History of Dentistry Witness Seminar 1
British Dental Association , English

Medicare and Other Health Be...U.S. Department of Health an...

How This Guide Can Help You:Some people with Medicare have other coverage that must pay beforeMedicare pays its share of your bill. This guide tells how Medicareworks with other kinds of coverage and who should pay your bills first.Tell you… more

Medicare and Other Health Benefits: Your Guide to Who Pays First
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Penny Hill Press Inc, , English

Open Wide and Say Moo! The G...Richard N Fogoros

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Richard N. Fogoros (“DrRich” of the award-winning Covert Rationing Blog) thinks you may not yet be sufficiently paranoid about our new healthcare system. “Open Wide and Say Moo!” aims to remedy this deficiency.Here’s the thing. Whether Obam… more

Open Wide and Say Moo! The Good Citizen’s Guide to Right Thoughts and Right Actions under Obamacare
Richard N Fogoros
Publish or Perish DBS , English

Beat The Battle With The Bottle!Anonymous

Learning About Beat The Battle With The Bottle Can Have Amazing Benefits For Your Life! Easy ways to stop drinking or boozing and stay sober! Let’s face it… Alcoholism is something that can’t be formed in easy terms. Alcoholism as a whole… more

Beat The Battle With The Bottle!

Culture of Death: The Assaul...Wesley J. Smith

When his teenaged son Christopher, brain-damaged in an auto accident, developed a 106-degree fever following weeks of unconsciousness, John Campbell asked the attending physician for help. The doctor refused. Why bother? The boy’s life was … more

Culture of Death: The Assault on Medical Ethics in America
Wesley J. Smith
Encounter Books , English