What I read this week...
The impact of doctors' age on patient outcomes, when we peak physically and mentally is individuals, and the concerning rise in mortality rates when private equity firms acquire nursing homes.
Research examines whether younger or older doctors achieve better patient outcomes, considering factors like experience, technology usage, and cognitive abilities.
Measures are being considered to limit China's access to cloud computing, aiming to safeguard advanced technology and intellectual property from potential misuse.
Exploring the timing of physical and mental peaks in individuals, covering cognitive abilities, physical performance, and memory retention.
When Private Equity Takes Over Nursing Homes, Mortality Rates Jump (Chicago Booth Review)
Study finds increased mortality rates in nursing homes after being acquired by private equity firms, raising concerns about the impact of profit-driven strategies on patient care.
The reality of tech layoffs in 2023 challenges the perception of endless job opportunities in Silicon Valley, highlighting shifting dynamics and challenges faced by tech workers.
What a weird and wonderful world,