Constant Beta vs. Evidence-Based Policy: Tension in the Data Continuum

I chose Lawrence Green’s article “The Field-Building Role of a Journal About Participatory Medicine and Health, and the Evidence Needed” for the Participatory Medicine Grand Rounds, because it addresses the issues at the heart of the deep impact of the network effect on the meaning of knowledge and the availability of data sets, all evidently transformed by the direct involvement of networked patients in the health care system. [More...]

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