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On this special end-of-the-year edition of To the Point we’re rebroadcasting some of our favorite author interviews from 2013.

Talking Points: Our Favorite Author Interviews of 2013

On this special end-of-the-year edition of To the Point we’re rebroadcasting some of our favorite author interviews from 2013.

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On this special end-of-the-year edition of To the Point we’re rebroadcasting some of our favorite author interviews from 2013.

Talking Points: Our Favorite Author Interviews of 2013

On this special end-of-the-year edition of To the Point we’re rebroadcasting some of our favorite author interviews from 2013.

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Medical records are being digitized to cut healthcare costs and produce better outcomes. It also means a loss of patient privacy. We weigh the risks and the benefits.

Can Big Data Make Healthcare Better, Cheaper?

Medical records are being digitized to cut healthcare costs and produce better outcomes. It also means a loss of patient privacy. We weigh the risks and the benefits.

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