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Health care firms of all types helped fuel the biggest short-selling frenzy in the New York Stock Exchange's history, recently hitting a record 2.2 billion shares. While some analysts say this means… (More)
The Internet is overloaded with health care information, and consumers can't seem to get enough of it. As a result, patients are now more knowledgeable about their treatment options when they meet… (More)
If one had to choose a single acronym that captures both the vision and folly of today's health care industry, it would be "CHIN." The term--which stands for "community health information… (More)
The Internet is no longer a technology gimmick or a luxury for providers. It is already changing marketing strategies and may some day fundamentally alter the way health care is delivered.
Trying to make managed care more responsive to the demands of employers and consumers is a challenge. More and more HMOs are providing financial incentives for doctors to deliver better quality and… (More)
Why shouldn't your computer system earn its keep? Tracking the return on investment is simply good business discipline. But some insist that traditional cost/benefit analyses don't apply.