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This percentage of respondents to a Merck Manuals survey agreed that the availability of medical information on mobile devices has changed the dynamic of office visits; 56% of family physicians said doctors and patients are more likely to review medical information together, 29% said appointments are more efficient as a result of mobile medical information, and 34% said patients arrive more informed and prepared.

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A hospital charged a mother $39 to hold her newborn. Is that "codeable"?

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