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Adam Bosworth of Keas delivered quite a lecture yesterday at the Alliance for Healthcare Foundation. He talks about how Americans don’t really like data (but they need it), why “frugal innovation” is the best path for start-ups, how e-Patient Dave shook up the EHR world, why health privacy legislation would kill patient-driven research, and why texting is way more promising than any smartphone app.

I call this “health geek radio” because you should just listen while you are doing other things – the visuals aren’t great.


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