Federal government has seven different definitions of “health information technology“.
More evidence that medical homes don’t work.
A $295 spoon can detect and counter tremors in patients with Parkinson’s disease.
$175 million worth of worker output lost during first two days of college hoops’ “March Madness“.
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I am not surprised about the first news.. They are always in a discussion which never comes out a solution…
no solutions in our government are ever found, they just lead to another problem
One department after another.
Science can change our life. But a new technique always challenge the vested interests.
Someone will be losing out on money, that’s for sure.
I’m willing to be the FDA will find an issue with it.
When someone asks me about health information technology how will I know what to answer??
Just use one of the 7 definitions of course!
“With $1 million seed round, Lift Labs launches spoon for people with Parkinson’s”
Absolutely phenomenal. It’s stuff like this that keeps society moving forward.
Michael J Fox’s foundation also does amazing work with research. He has even made it back to acting.
This could also help people with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s) Disease.
In clinical studies, the spoon reduced tremor by about 70 percent, the company said. While it doesn’t entirely cancel out a tremor, these testimonial videos show that it makes quite a difference.
With enough time, it will cancel out everything much like chickens heads and the new stabilizing cameras.
Those chicken cameras are so cool!
“$175 million worth of worker output lost during first two days of college hoops’ “March Madness“.”
The billions brought in from the tournament though will surely counteract what is loss through work.
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