March - April 2017 | Volume 100 | Issue 2
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Table of Contents
ON THE COVER
Is relief on the way for quality measurement fatigue?
BY HOWARD BELL
Where will AI take us?
Westworld triggers reflections about radiology’s future.
BY JOSHUA T. OLSON
Paging Dr. Google
Cyberchondriasis causes a physician to rethink her
relationship with the web.
BY JULIE ANDERSON, MD, FAAFP
Power in numbers
A math whiz explores big data’s dark side.
REVIEW BY CHARLES R. MEYER, MD
CLINICAL AND HEALTH AFFAIRS
Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Training in Internal Medicine Residents
BY MOLLIE ALPERN, MD, QI WANG, MS, AND MEGHAN ROTHENBERGER, MD
Don’t blow off AR: Physicians should help patients with the Rodney Dangerfield of respiratory disease
BY BARBARA P. YAWN, MD, MSC, FAAFP
Hospital-Treated Falls and Comorbidities Among Older Adults in Minnesota, 2010-2014
BY NAOKO ONIZUKA, MD, PHD, MPH, ANNA GAICHAS, MS, AND JON ROESLER, MS
Embracing the analog
Flexing our modern digital muscles, we can unravel the mysteries of the genome. And yet: For many physicians, the call of the analog persists.
BY CHARLES R. MEYER
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The Pokemon Go effect
To motivate healthy behavior changes, take some cues from Pikachu and co.
BY SIU-HIN WAN, MD
Reconsidering physician aid-in-dying
As public opinion evolves, physicians and lawmakers should take note.
BY DAVID B. PLIMPTON, MD
ACA’s fate will affect community health centers
Repealing the Affordable Care Act would create repercussions for a key component of Minnesota’s health care safety net.
BY WILLIAM E. CONROY, MD, AND JONATHAN WATSON, MPIA
BY MARILYN ASCHOFF MELLOR, MD