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PMD's Most Popular Stories for the Week Ending Feb. 12
PMD's Most Popular Stories for the Week Ending Feb. 12
Here's a look at the five most popular stories on PMD for the week that ended Feb. 12.
Whole Foods + Twitter = Sick Care Digital Health
Creating high-priced digital health solutions that are hard to use and don't address user pain seems to be the latest digital health MO. Perhaps they can learn something by having coffee with their colleagues at Whole Foods and Twitter.
Travel Roundup: 4 Tips and Deals
There’s always news in the travel industry. Here’s a roundup of travel-related news, tips, and deals.
Political Check-Up: Bernie Sanders
In this first of a multi-part series, we look at what each of the main presidential candidates is proposing and how those proposals will affect healthcare and your personal finances.
Unpredictability and Retirement Planning
We like to talk about retirement planning as if it were a clear process with easily predicted outcomes. The truth is, millions of Americans find their expectations about when they will retire and how much money they will have were way off the mark.
Does Your 401(k) Plan Measure Up?
A new service makes it easy to see how your 401(k) plan stacks up against others.
Bundled Payments and the Road Ahead
In the move towards value-based care, CMS has been trying out various payment models, one of which is bundled payments. This article explores the background and forms of the idea.
Where Should You Train if You are Interested in Medical Entrepreneurship?
As biomedical and clinical entrepreneurship continues to go mainstream, where and how to train has become another factor in the minds of premeds, graduate students, residents, and fellows. Here are some things to consider.
Study: Millennials Knowledgeable About Money, but Lack Direction
New research from Facebook offers a window into the financial habits of millennials. The findings are a mixed bag.

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