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Assimilating independent physician practices: Is resistance futile?

Bob Doherty | Policy | October 24, 2014

Fans of Star Trek: The Next Generation will recall that the most disturbing aliens encountered by the Federation were the Borg, a part-cyber, part human collective race that functioned as an integrated and cyber-connected whole that existed only for the good of the collective, rather than as distinct individuals with their own thoughts and personalities — much like honey bees work together as a collective for the protection of the queen and the survival of the colony. 865 more words


Jane Orient, MD, AAPS: "If You Want To Keep Your Doctor, Change the Senate."

By Jane M. Orient, M.D.

Oct 27, 2014 - My favorite bumper sticker for this campaign season is “Keep your doctor, change your senator.” 886 more words


How to Not Screw Up a Black Panther Film

A while back, Avi Arad stated “they” (I’m assuming Marvel Studios) had a “great take” on a Black Panther film, and follows this up with referring to the film thusly: “It’s like black Indiana Jones.” Really? 985 more words


Tali Adina reblogged this on Uncanny Pop and commented:

This is a great post from last year at The Nerds of Color. Marvel pay attention!


A little over a week ago, Kathleen Hale, a young adult author, wrote an article detailing how she reacted to one bad book review that was posted on… 474 more words


Tour of the Falls: Niagara Falls and its surroundings

Niagara Falls, a place filled with beauty and peacefulness, a place where both America and Canada can admire its breathtaking sight, and see how powerful water can be. 345 more words

Opinion / Editorial

Penny Dreadful: How To Stop Sucking At Storytelling

They tell me that a lot of people have been asking about my session at the Social. Sourcing. Talent. (#SST2014) conferences, “Using Your Blog To Tell Your Story.” So, they asked me to write a post on it.  876 more words


Is "Concierge Medicine" a bad word?

By Sonja Horner, President at Private Medical Partners, CMT Contributor

OCTOBER 27, 2014 - As the private medical industry evolves, so does the language that is used to describe it. 346 more words