Tag Archives: Studies

From crab studies, a broader approach to identifying brain cells

A longstanding goal in neuroscience is to classify the brain’s many cells into discrete categories according to their function. Such categories can help researchers understand the complex neural circuits that ultimately give rise to behavior and disease. However, there’s little consensus about what metrics should define a cell’s identity. In a new study, a collaboration… Read More »

Any way you slice it, nutrition studies are controversial – Medical Xpress

For every study that warns against the health perils of coffee, there’s another that points to Java as the key to longevity. Really, if you pick any trendy food—wine, kale, chocolate—and search for its health effects, you’re bound to find mixed messages. So what’s the deal? Why are nutrition studies so often unreliable? The question… Read More »

The Missing Piece in EHR Usage Studies

Mike Davis, Lead Analyst, KLAS Arch Collaborative A recent report cited by the US House Ways and Means Committee referenced the impact of EHRs on physician performance. The report results indicate that during the office day, physicians spent 27 percent of their total time on direct clinical face time with patients, and 49 percent on EHR and… Read More »