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January 24th, 2020

Podcast 249: Quality time with your EHR — or just time?

Why aren’t you able to navigate your electronic health record (EHR) as easily as you can find a recipe on, say, Google? And, what about those requirements for documenting everything? Listen to a chat with Julia Adler-Milstein, the author of an editorial that comments on a recent Annals of Internal Medicine study detailing the amount of time […]


October 4th, 2019

Podcast 236: Is an AI better at diagnosis?

Running time: 20 min. Recently, Lancet Digital Health ran a meta-analysis concluding — if cautiously — that “deep learning” (more familiarly known as artificial intelligence) can be considered “equivalent to healthcare professionals” in image-based diagnoses. In an editorial commentary on the analysis, Tessa Cook says, in effect, “not so fast!” And she discusses the reasons behind that […]


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