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Is the Public Ready for Facial Recognition Technology?

It’s easy for conversations about new technology to devolve into fears of a dystopian world. To gain trust and bring the public along, the benefits of the technology must be clearly evident to justify the losses....
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Will a Single-Payer System will Lead to Rationing

Majority of U.S. health care providers and opinion-leading consumers say single-payer system will lead to rationing of access to health care....
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Patient Autonomy & Alternative Routes of Care

Health care providers (HCPs)are acutely aware of the impact of socio-political shifts on costs of care, which makes salient how HCPs view the "patient as partner" model. ...
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Health Care Providers: Morale on the Brink

There is a middling of morale amongst health care providers, leaving questions about the future sustainability of the profession....
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When Public Perception Overshadows Reality

Earlier this summer, CNBC released their annual report, America's Top States for Business, which serves as a scorecard on state economic climates. For the second year in a row, North Carolina ranks highly, falling fifth out of all 50 U.S. states. But does reality in North Carolina match perceptions of the state?...
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Understanding the Efficacy of New Care Delivery Paradigms

As people participate in decisions about their care, the days of patients passively receiving treatment plans are over. ...
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Bring Physicians Back to the Forefront of Health Care

Marginalizing the medical profession could undermine the quality of patient care....
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When Sorry Isn't Enough

The U.S. public is feeling empowered to use social media to document or talk about a company’s wrong doing, an APCO Insight survey conducted last year found. Here are three guidelines for how to prevent a reputation backlash. ...
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New Research on the Role of Social Media

A new survey from APCO Insight reveals some interesting trends on the U.S. public’s perceptions of the power of social media....
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Insights for the Fight Against Childhood Hunger

This winter, APCO Insight surveyed low-income U.S. families with children under six years of age to inform hunger-fighting strategies among this population. ...
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