Apr 13 Posted 4 years ago
While the development of more advanced imaging is impressive, we must beware the technological imperative -- the impulse to use the latest and greatest (and, usually, most expensive) modality simply because it is the latest and greatest. There is much to be learned through reverse innovation (the 'latest and greatest' on that front may be seen in a recent HBR blog piece: Health Care for 1% of the Cost - Vijay Govindarajan - Harvard Business Review – http://vsb.li/ntDQ4x ), and through evidence-based medicine: using the most effective tools at hand (where effective includes cost-effective), not necessarily the most whizbang awesome. Some scans meet these criteria for some disease in some patients -- but not as a standard for all: we can't afford it.
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