Tag Archives: solve

Brisbane lockdown ‘won’t solve problem’

A leading Australian infectious disease expert has criticised Greater Brisbane’s snap three-day-lockdown, saying it was an “unreasonable” over-reaction that “won’t solve the problem”. The city’s 2.2 million residents have been under strict stay-at-home orders since 6pm on Friday, with an announcement to be made on Monday morning as to whether the restrictions will ease later… Read More »

Can money solve physician burnout?

I previously published a post discussing the most recent Medscape burnout survey results for physicians.  An interesting point of discussion was that many physicians felt that if they made more money, they would likely be happier.  Today, we will discuss the implications of this thought process and if there is evidence to support the claim.  Will more… Read More »

How Watchmen Used Mesmerism to Solve a Major Mystery Around Judd and Will

Spoiler alert: the following article contains spoilers for Watchmen‘s sixth episode. Do not continue reading if you haven’t watched yet! The concept of Mesmerism was a key to revealing Watchmen‘s biggest mystery yet. It tied in, also, with Will’s memories of 1938. Heading to its stretch run, Watchmen is about to start paying off in… Read More »

How to solve the ‘Goldilocks’ dilemma of health data sharing?

The healthcare industry – and that means everyone: vendors, providers, payers, policymakers, patients – finds itself at an interesting crossroads these days when it comes to data sharing. First, there’s more imperative to share healthcare information than ever. Federal health IT policy has made wider interoperability its highest goal, and prioritized consumer-mediated exchange, via mobile… Read More »