The New York Times, 6 October 2009
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6 octobre 2009
"The national health care debate right now is all about giving more people affordable access to doctors and hospitals. Yet the vast majority of health care decisions 80 percent or more, experts say are really made by individuals, instead of medical professionals, whether choices are about diet and exercise or ways of managing chronic conditions like diabetes and heart disease.
"Adam Bosworth developed the technology for Keas, a system for organizing personalized data on individual health concerns.
"The long-term answer to improving the health of the nation's population and curbing costs, experts agree, is to help people make smarter decisions day in and day out about their own health. And the most powerful potential tool in the march toward intelligent consumerism in health care may be the Web."