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Nanomedicine - A Key Component to the Future of Medicine

Nanotechnology is making fast advances in medicine. I have written about it before here and in "The Future of Medicine - Megatrends in Healthcare." A nanometer is one billionth of a meter. New science and technology based on the nanometer refers to the ability to manipulate individual atoms and molecules to build machines on a scale of nanometers or to create materials and structures from the bottom up with novel properties. Nanotechnology,…See More
Dec 10, 2013
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Nanomedicine - A Key Component to the Future of Medicine

Nanotechnology is making fast advances in medicine. I have written about it before here and in "The Future of Medicine - Megatrends in Healthcare." A nanometer is one billionth of a meter. New science and technology based on the nanometer refers to the ability to manipulate individual atoms and molecules to build machines on a scale of nanometers or to create materials and structures from the bottom up with novel properties. Nanotechnology,…See More
Oct 29, 2013
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Have You Had Your Colonoscopy Yet? –A Ludicrous Colonoscopy Rule and the ACA

“An ounce of prevention” we all know is good medicine. An example is colonoscopy. It was time for mine so after some lengthy procrastination I called and set up an appointment which I soon found a perfectly good reason to postpone for a few weeks. A common occurrence. The government wants me (and you) to not procrastinate, at least…See More
Oct 14, 2013
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A “Grand Bargain” To Improve Quality and Decrease Medicare Costs

There are just a few key reasons why Medicare has become inordinately expensive. There is no end in sight for cost escalation. But there are some obvious solutions and they all begin with chronic illnesses. Chronic illness – diabetes, heart failure, cancer, chronic lung disease, etc. – are increasing at exponential rates; are…See More
Oct 9, 2013
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Medicare and the Continuing Loss of Primary Care Physicians

Primary care physicians (PCPs) have been marginalized by Medicare for decades with low reimbursement rates for routine office visits which has led to the 15-20 minute office visit with 10-12 minutes of actual “face time” and a panel of patients that well exceeds 2000. Is there a good solution to the Medicare cost and quality…See More
Sep 24, 2013
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Republicans’ Medicare Fix – Defined Benefit Becomes Defined Contribution

The Republicans’ proposals for Medicare are quite different than the Democrats’ in that they begin with fundamental structural changes that will convert Medicare from a defined benefit to a defined contribution plan. The Democrat’s plan, see my last post, approaches the fix mainly with price controls. Politicians realize that Medicare will not be able to continue on its current track. Something has to change since the country will simply not be able to afford the inexorable growth and…See More
Aug 15, 2013
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Democrats Fix For Medicare –Price Controls

The two party’s approaches are quite different. The Democrats’ plans are contained generally in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and for the most part are based on rate or price controls. This is Part 4 of my series on Medicare.  Politicians realize that Medicare will not be able to continue on its current track. Something has to…See More
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Future of Medicine

At the National Cancer Insititute 13 years - conducted clinical research and did patient care; then professor of medicine at the University of Maryland and successively Head, Infectious Diseases, Director, Cancer Center, COO University of Marlyland Medical System and then CEO University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland.

After quasi-retiring, wrote "The Future of Medicine - Megatrends in Healthcare" which focuses on the biomedical advances such as genomics and also the engineering and computer sciences advances such as medical devices, imaging, informatics and the OR of the future. Also authored "The Future of Helath Care Delviery - Why It Must Change and How It Will Affect You" - concerning the "hospital of the future," health care costs and healtcare reform.
See www.medicalmegatrends.com for details, endorsements and excerpts

Currently voluntary professor of medicine and professor of public policy at UM,
Chair of the scientific advisory committee of Sanovas, Inc and
senior advisor to Sage Growth Partners.

Recently named chair of the Sanovas, Inc scientific advisory committee
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Nanomedicine - A Key Component to the Future of Medicine

Posted on October 29, 2013 at 11:43am 0 Comments

Nanotechnology is making fast advances in medicine. I have written about it before here and in "The Future of Medicine - Megatrends in Healthcare." A nanometer is one billionth of a meter. New science and technology based on the nanometer refers to the ability to manipulate individual atoms and molecules to build machines on a scale of nanometers or to create materials and structures from the bottom up with novel properties.…

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Have You Had Your Colonoscopy Yet? –A Ludicrous Colonoscopy Rule and the ACA

Posted on October 14, 2013 at 9:21am 0 Comments

“An ounce of prevention” we all know is good medicine. An example is colonoscopy. It was time for mine so after some lengthy procrastination I called and set up an appointment which I soon found a perfectly good reason to postpone for a few weeks. A common occurrence. The government wants me (and you) to not…

Continue

A “Grand Bargain” To Improve Quality and Decrease Medicare Costs

Posted on October 9, 2013 at 4:04pm 0 Comments

There are just a few key reasons why Medicare has become inordinately expensive. There is no end in sight for cost escalation. But there are some obvious solutions and they all begin with chronic illnesses. 

Chronic illness – diabetes, heart failure, cancer, chronic lung disease, etc. – are increasing at…

Continue

Medicare and the Continuing Loss of Primary Care Physicians

Posted on September 24, 2013 at 4:39pm 0 Comments

Primary care physicians (PCPs) have been marginalized by Medicare for decades with low reimbursement rates for routine office visits which has led to the 15-20 minute office visit with 10-12 minutes of actual “face time” and a panel of patients that well exceeds 2000. 

Is there a good solution to the Medicare…

Continue

Republicans’ Medicare Fix – Defined Benefit Becomes Defined Contribution

Posted on August 15, 2013 at 8:55am 0 Comments

The Republicans’ proposals for Medicare are quite different than the Democrats’ in that they begin with fundamental structural changes that will convert Medicare from a defined benefit to a defined contribution plan. The Democrat’s plan, see my last post, approaches the fix mainly with price controls. 

Politicians realize that Medicare will not be able to continue on its current track. Something has to change since the country will simply not be able to afford the inexorable growth…

Continue

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At 12:41pm on December 9, 2008, Troy A. Turner said…
Very much enjoying the HoF meeting at TATRC today. Thanks for your time & efforts!

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