March 14, 2011 in Medicine by RangelMD
Giving every student athlete a screening EKG is likely to be extremely expensive and not very effective.
March 13, 2011 in Medicine by RangelMD
Endoscopes may become cheap and disposable.
February 10, 2011 in Health Policy, Medical Legal by RangelMD
You would think that the ER and hospital staff put forth the effort to get an accurate list of every patient’s home medications. Far too frequently, you’d be wrong.
December 27, 2010 in Health Care "Reform", Health Policy by RangelMD
An example of why it’s hard to write software for health care delivery systems.
September 7, 2010 in Health Care "Reform" by RangelMD
It is said that the happiest days in a boat owner’s life are the day he buys it and the day he sells it. Likewise, The happiest days in a
June 28, 2010 in Health Care "Reform" by RangelMD
The Congressional health care reform boondoggle, otherwise known as the “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act” expanded government funded health care to about 32 million Americans but other than some tepid insurance restrictions, basically screwed the rest of us. How is the new reform law doing at 90 days?
June 10, 2010 in Medicine by RangelMD
Is 300 pixels per inch when viewed at 12 inches the limit of resolution for the human eye? Has anyone checked Steve Job’s math?
June 1, 2010 in Medicine, Misc by RangelMD
Tony Stark developed palladium toxicity that could only be treated with lithium dioxide and the creation of a new element.
May 27, 2010 in Health Care "Reform", Health Policy by RangelMD
The current health care system is doing a good job of driving away primary care providers by fixing it so that the harder they work, the less they make.
May 24, 2010 in Health Care "Reform", Health Policy by RangelMD
In fact, it’s likely to make things worse.