How to Introduce the Fourth Booster
How to Introduce the Fourth Booster

It is only a matter of time before we hear of the fourth COVID booster. The timing will correspond with the waning of Omicron sometime in Spring. We reveal the patterns beneath the messaging.

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The Start of Decentralized Healthcare
The Start of Decentralized Healthcare

The push to decentralize healthcare will be defined by a shift in power from hospitals to payer networks. The shift will be driven by cost control, which will lead to further control of patient behavior.

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Healthcare in 2022 Will Be Subjective
Healthcare in 2022 Will Be Subjective

Clinical research is the heart of clinical medicine. It defines what we know. More importantly, it defines how we think. If we want to find solutions for problems like healthcare inequity, then we need to think subjectively.

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The Omicron Narrative
The Omicron Narrative 2021.12.7

The new variant is upon us and the narrative has been set, repeating many of the familiar reactions we have come to recognize during the pandemic. We should now look at the narrative itself as the source of pandemic fear and misinformation.

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Is Europe a Leading Indicator for COVID-19?
Is Europe a Leading Indicator for COVID-19?

As we enter the second pandemic winter, we look for signs indicating whether COVID-19 will worsen. Europe has typically served as this indicator. But much has changed over the course of the pandemic, including Europe’s role as a leading indicator.

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Peer Reviewed by Social Media
Peer Reviewed by Social Media

Clinical research and social media have a bizarre relationship, a complex interdependence that we have yet to fully understand. The more the two interact, the more the two influence each other, impacting all of healthcare.

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Journalists Decide When COVID-19 Ends
Journalists Decide When COVID-19 Ends

The public’s fascination with COVID-19 began with the attention journalists gave to it. But now that public interest in the pandemic is waning, journalists will write fewer articles about it, ending the pandemic by ending media attention.

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America’s Medical Civil War

The Affordable Care Act has redefined federalism in America by creating new mechanisms for the state and nation to provide healthcare. But those same mechanisms can be weapons of war for future civil strife.

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Abortion’s Precedent

America’s regulation of abortion sets a concerning precedent for all of healthcare. As we expand healthcare coverage, we must caution against excessive regulations of other medical conditions.

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Modern Day Fertility Crisis

A recent report erroneously attributes decreasing fertility rates to personal choice among women, conflating economic trends with personal decisions.

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What we can learn from the 1918 Flu Pandemic as the Omicron variant spreads
What we can learn from the 1918 Flu Pandemic as the Omicron variant spreads

Historically, most pandemics end within 2 to 3 years as the virus mutates into a less virulent pathogen and the population builds up immunity. This is what happened to the influenza strain behind the 1918 flu pandemic.

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