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In Case You Missed It: New and Noteworthy This Week

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This regular blog series is a roundup of recent news items and developments that I found interesting and would like to share.

The National Academy of Medicine Launches New Podcast Series on End of Life Care

Please see this special report on maternal and child health. Three Births

Please see three new reports from the National Academy Press. Improving the Health of Women in the United States: Workshop Summary, Interindividual Variability: New Ways to Study and Implications for Decision Making: Workshop in Brief, and Use of Metabolomics to Advance Research on Environmental Exposures and the Human Exposome:
Workshop in Brief

I share much of the skepticism regarding the much ballyhooed “precision medicine.” The paradox is that it rarely works and when it does, is no better than much less expensive traditional techniques for assigning drugs to individuals. The Paradox of Precision Medicine

This is a well written interesting article on transportation for the elderly and disabled in New York City. Getting Around the City With the Elderly

Please see this excellent article on quality improvement. Milestones in Quality Improvement Measurement

William Haseltine

William Haseltine

William A. Haseltine is the Founder, President, and Chair of the Board of ACCESS Health International. He is well known for his pioneering work on cancer, HIV/AIDS, and genomics. He has authored more than two hundred manuscripts in peer reviewed journals and is the author of several books, including Affordable Excellence: The Singapore Healthcare Story, published in 2013.

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