Christopher Weaver

Wall Street Journal

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Reporter covering medical technology for the Wall Street Journal

Christopher Weaver on KCRW

Last year, Dow Jones persuaded a court to lift an injunction against the release of Medicare data, an injunction first granted to the American Medical Association in 1979.

Medicare Costs and Your Doctor Bills

Last year, Dow Jones persuaded a court to lift an injunction against the release of Medicare data, an injunction first granted to the American Medical Association in 1979.

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As American medicine becomes more computerized, cybersecurity is an increasing concern.

FDA Aims to Strengthen Security on Medical Devices

As American medicine becomes more computerized, cybersecurity is an increasing concern.

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