Lown Institute Right Care conference: we’re treating lab results – not patients
The Friday file of things I wish I’d addressed earlier
My article kicks off 5th Annual Health Literacy Month Blog Series
See it, stent it: the Oculostenotic Reflex
Does “Manopause” really warrant one of TIME’s 52 covers this year?
The unvarying story of health care variations – Dartmouth Atlas on children’s care
Reflecting on one little paper in Science 40 years ago – Jack Wennberg’s legacy
When the word “cancer” corrupts thought and action. Labeling hurts. The words matter.
If you have low back pain, chances are increasing that you won’t be treated based on best evidence
Cautions on cancer screening, overdiagnosis and overtreatment