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iPad Cure All

June 30, 2010

The Atlantic featured a post by David Rothman that presented an iPad Stimulus plan: A national information stimulus plan: How iPad-style tablets could help educate millions and trim bureaucracy–not just be techno toys for the …

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Dartmouth Data under attack

June 3, 2010

In what will no doubt be a spirited debate the NY times (http://nyti.ms/a31hD3) has highlighted the Data Used to Justify Health Savings Can Be Shaky: http://nyti.ms/a31hD3 >>>>A report is used to show that Americans could save while …

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Healthcare Technology

Incremental Steps to Health

September 12, 2018

Incremental Steps to Health This week I am talking to Dr Khan Siddiqui (@DrKhan ) radiologist, programmer, serial entrepreneur, and Founder, CTO, and CMO of HIGI – the company that is taking the concepts of …

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Unbreakable Encryption

August 31, 2018

Encryption Algorithms Under Siege Over the course of history, the development and subsequent breaking of encryption standards have been a constant cycle. As new keys were developed so they were broken and the speed of …

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Artificial Intelligence in Medicine

August 28, 2018

Artificial Intelligence in Medicine – Better More Rewarding Medicine It was great to catch up with colleague and friend Dr. Anthony Chang (@AIMed_MD) Pediatric Cardiologist, Founder of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AIMed) and Director of Medical …

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