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July 2015

This week in links we have mammography standoffs on Capitol Hill, news on AHRQ, and more.

Mammography Experts Tell Capitol Hill to "Stop the Confusion" 

"Basically, the task force made a value judgement. They said, in their opinion, they are trying to maximize the number of lives saved per mammogram," Murray Rebner,MD said. "What they should be doing is saying, 'How many lives can we save, period?'"

 

Public Health Implications of Same-Sex Marriage

Reports in the medical and social science literature suggest that legal and social recognition of same-sex marriage has had positive effects on the health status of this at-risk community.

 

Five Types of Doctors You Will Meet on Social Media

Different people use Twitter for different purposes. What type of user are you?

 

AHRQ Teeters on the Brink of Extinction 
The Agency for Health Care  Research and Quality says its mission is 'to produce evidence to make health care safer, higher quality, more accessible, equitable, and affordable.' But that mission may soon be over.

 

Lately from the ACR Bulletin

The Stories We Tell

Change doesn't come from mandates on high. 

 

Everything in Its Place

One North Carolina practice establishes a business case for structured reports.


Are You Watching Your Online Presence?

Keeping on top of your digital footprint doesn't have to be boring. 

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