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June 04, 2008


Jack Powers

Perfect: The Kaiser Permanente rep doesn't want to trust patients with their own data. I don't think he can stop people taking control; the whole Internet revolution is about inmates running the asylum ... for better or worse.

Ten years down the line, it could be very good:

or it could be very bad:

but shift happens.

Dale Hunscher

I love your scenarios, Jack! It's not a Kaiser Permanente problem, though - it's endemic to the US healthcare "system".

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