Author Archives: Bioethics Pundit

December 19, 2014

Running an Ebola Clinic in Sierra Leone Is All About Containment — And Chlorine

(Wired) – Treating patients with the deadly Ebola virus takes doctors, drugs, and a whole lot of chlorine. The Ebola treatment units being deployed across Sierra Leone are built by teams of logisticians—“logs” in disaster aid parlance—who can drop into … Read More

December 19, 2014

The Tortoise and the Hare

(Managed Care Magazine) – Hospital systems certainly have the organization part of the accountable care organization (ACO) going for them: access to capital, all different kinds of infrastructure, advanced IT, and often ownership or strong relationships with physician practices and … Read More

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