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Will Simpler Health Information Win Over Consumers?
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jaysimmons
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12/15/2012 | 8:29:30 PM
re: Will Simpler Health Information Win Over Consumers?
This is great. Anything that can be done to involve patients more in their health records or educate them on their current diagnosis is always a good thing. Writing these documents in plain English will go a long way in helping patients understand what is going on.

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12/11/2012 | 2:24:31 PM
re: Will Simpler Health Information Win Over Consumers?
NO NO NO - we're dumbing down too much!


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