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Get real: Stop blaming doctors for opioid crisis

By Barry Ulmer

Back in the 1980s, the Washington Post ran an article written by reporter Janet Cooke about an 8-year-old boy who was a third-generation heroin addict. “Jimmy’s World” won a Pulitzer Prize – which the paper ultimately had to return because Cooke had written pure fiction. Something similar is going on today. Anyone reading media reports is…

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One device slows down healthcare. Get rid of it.

By Suneel Dhand, M.D.

The mouse is a piece of technology that we’ve all gotten very used to working with over the last couple of decades. With the personal computing revolution of the 1990s, they entered almost every single American household. Go back ten years, and nobody could have imagined any other way to control where you wanted to…