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Right Care Weekly

Welcome to the Right Care Weekly, a newsletter that will help you stay on top of all the important news in the ongoing quest to move the US health care system toward the right care. We’ll bring you the most important … Continue reading

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Right Care Weekly

Welcome to the Right Care Weekly, a newsletter that will help you stay on top of all the important news in the ongoing quest to move the US health care system toward the right care. We’ll bring you the most important … Continue reading

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Right Care Weekly

Welcome to the Right Care Weekly, a newsletter that will help you stay on top of all the important news in the ongoing quest to move the US health care system toward the right care. We’ll bring you the most important … Continue reading

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Right Care Weekly

Welcome to the Right Care Weekly, a newsletter that will help you stay on top of all the important news in the ongoing quest to move the US health care system toward the right care. We’ll bring you the most important … Continue reading

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Right Care News

Lots of news on overuse in the last week or so! Here’s a quick roundup of the important stories you should read: Mount Sinai directing elective stent patients through the emergency department: Three reporters for Bloomberg News wrote an in-depth … Continue reading

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What does it take to believe a treatment works?

A lot less than it takes to believe that it doesn’t work, apparently. Once again, Aaron Carroll of The Incidental Economist has a quick but incredibly important point on how people interpret evidence in medicine. Following on last week’s publication of … Continue reading

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Shannon Brownlee on Broadside with Jim Braude

Last night, Shannon Brownlee appeared on NECN’s Broadside with Jim Braude to discuss the recent study finding no benefit to screening mammography. It’s a great segment that gets into what the study should mean for doctors and patients. If you missed … Continue reading

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