Give doctors and patients privacy
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, February 7, 2008
In this opinion piece from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Jeff Huebner, MD, and Rupin Thakkar, MD, say banning data mining would protect the patient-physician relationship, control escalating healthcare costs and reduce inappropriate prescribing.
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