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Laband, MD: 'Why insurance is the wrong model for health care.'

Paul Laband, MD | Policy | November 2, 2013

Insurance, in its traditional form, is the wrong model for health care financing. It is the wrong commodity to be bought and sold. 1,108 more words


BUSINESS: Why Physicians Are Turning to Startups


SEPTEMBER 2, 2014 - To appreciate the potential impact of the startup movement on health and medicine, you really need look no further than Drs. 1,506 more words


The Deal With the Hat

I give presentations on really complex topics, as a rule, and while I try to simplify it as much as possible, I fail to believe, as happened the other day at a user conference, that no one had a single question about inbound recruiting. 1,129 more words


Are You Ready For Some FOOTBALL?

By Carlin Whitehouse

Statistically speaking, you probably are. The NFL is an absolute juggernaut in the entertainment industry, drawing 200 million unique TV viewers each regular season and averaging 20,000 more fans per game than any other professional league on the planet. 861 more words


Let’s Rethink This: Careless Tragedy at SMCC

By Garrick Hoffman, garrickchoffman@smccme.edu

Earlier this month a vehicle struck a dog belonging to an SMCC student. The driver of the vehicle continued to drive away as the dog died before her. 277 more words


Class, Race, and Poverty: Why the Michael Brown Case is About More Than Wrongful Death

Teddy Burrage

FERGUSON, MO – On August 9, 2014, Michael Brown, 18, was shot and killed by a police officer in his hometown of Ferguson, Missouri. 791 more words


OP/ED Op-Eds: The Best of Summer 2014

Summer is generally the least interesting period of the year in the world of music, yet I must say I was pleasantly surprised at the sheer amount of enjoyable anime songs this season. 870 more words