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The effort aims to build out the infrastructure necessary to attract patients to the city for surgeries and other medical treatment.
ProPublica continues its investigation of unnecessary medical treatments and their role in driving up the cost of health care. And Stat looks at how the “value” movement is reshaping the health industry, and a New Hampshire doctor raises questions around electronic record keeping.
“There’s been a revolution in machine learning,” says Jim Brase, the deputy associate director for computation at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. In other news impacting the California medical landscape: the benefits of a nursing Ph.D.
NPR goes inside the lab that is working on embryonic research. In other public health news today are developments related to nicotine addiction, HIV and aid-in-dying.