Doctors Find Barriers to Sharing Digital Medical Records / LNP afraid to investigate?

NEW YORK TIMES: …Regardless of who is at fault, doctors and hospital executives across the country say they are distressed that the expensive electronic health record systems they installed in the hopes of reducing costs and improving the coordination of patient care — a major goal of the Affordable Care Act — simply do not share information with competing systems.

Gov. Corbett signs bill to help reduce fatalities from heroin overdoses

A drug called naloxone, commonly referred to by the brand name Narcan, reverses the effects of heroin and opioids like oxycodone. Although Pennsylvania permits paramedics and doctors to use it, police were not able to legally administer the antidote until now…

How Gary Hart Became the First Political Sex Scandal Casualty

DAILY BEAST: …It will surely come as a welcome balm to a failed statesman in his twilight years that a widely respected political journalist—and a wonderful writer to boot—has re-examined the senator’s stretch on the spit and basically signed on to his theory of the ordeal: namely, that Hart was the first victim of a political news media that had finally, in the spring of 1987, succumbed to the mob-pleasing temptation to display entertainment over serious reporting, gossip and trivialization over policy and substance, and take “character” simply to mean “character flaws.”

INTELLIGENCER JOURNAL NEW ERA EDITORIAL

“It is time to bring heroin from out of the shadows and treat it as the public health crisis that it is…”

The Umbrella Revolution in Hong Kong: a second Tiananmen?

Are political developments in Hong Kong heading for a second Tiananmen massacre? A fortnight ago, partly to provoke discussion, partly to sound an alarm, I suggested in a radio interview that unless the Chinese government wisely handled the fast-unfolding dynamics, things in Hong Kong might well come to that. At the time, it seemed a rash remark. Given events of the past several days, it is now the most pertinent consideration, the core driver of the fate of what many Hong Kong citizens are calling the Umbrella Revolution.

LETTER: The  number of people being killed by police is steadily increasing

LETTER: The number of people being killed by police is steadily increasing

That Wikipedia has been systematically aggregating data on people killed by American police agencies from jurisdictions all over the country was completely unknown to me quite until recently.

Former Congressman Jim Traficant: one-of-a-kind

Traficant strode on stage in his cowboy boots, skinny tie, far out-of-style polyester suit and a “bouffant mound of hair that seemed to defy gravity,” as Matt Schudel of the Washington Post wrote. For nearly two hours, he answered questions, took heat and promised to fight for the employees.

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