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Brian A. Levine, MD, MS, FACOG
Dr. Levine is Practice Director at the Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine, New York, New York.
AI has brains—but it’s no MD
Artificial intelligence has uses in medicine, but will never replace doctors’ intuition.
The cyberthreat to American healthcare in 2017
Networked medical devices can be vulnerable to cyberattacks.
Fertile technologies
Here I review 3 of the newest technologies that are helping patients achieve their dreams of becoming parents.
Helpful technology for older patients
A few useful health apps to recommend to your tech-savvy older patients.
Digital ob/gyn: The big healthcare disappointment of 2016
Health apps are interesting, but they won’t be truly useful until they flow data into patients’ EHRs.
Physician review websites: The good, the bad, and the technology
You do have some control over what's being said about you on the web.
Digital OB/GYN: I know I need a tablet, but which one?
A look at Apple’s iPad Pro and Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4.
Digital ob/gyn: Gadgets for health tracking
Monitors to keep track of fitness and health measures will help your patients.
Digital OB/GYN: The Internet of Things: Connectivity to improve lives
Improvements in data gathering and reporting make health monitoring easier.
Womb with a view: How to prepare for tomorrow’s ob/gyn images
It has been more than 55 years since ultrasound was first described, and today’s tools and techniques barely resemble the initial construct.