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Arnold S. Reiman

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New England Journal of Medicine

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The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM.org) is the world's leading medical journal and website. Continuously published for over 200 years, NEJM publishes peer-reviewed research and interactive clinical content for physicians, educators and the global medica...more

Background Information

Employment History

Professor of Medicine

Harvard Medical School


Affiliations

Harvard Medical School

Professor Emeritus


Education

M.D.


Web References(14 Total References)


www.cimit.org

In 1988, Arnold S. Reiman, then the editor of the New England Journal of Medicine, said, "We can no longer afford to provide health care without knowing more about its successes and failures.
The era of assessment and accountability is dawning at last. In retrospect, Reiman's comment was overly optimistic.


www.ahealedplanet.net

- Arnold Reman, Editor, New England Journal of Medicine, "Closing the books on Laetrile" 1982.


www.delmartimes.net [cached]

Dr. Arnold S. Reiman, professor emeritus at Harvard Medical School and a former editor of the New England Journal of Medicine said "You


reason.com

When I found that Arnold S. Reiman, the editor of the New England Journal of Medicine, seemed to be suggesting in a recent article that dialysis is overprescribed, I asked him about this.
Reiman carefully noted that "no study has ever been done to assess whether we are dialyzing more patients than we can really hope to benefit. But he went on to say that given the "best available information, the facts are worrisome.... In the United States, no matter how old or what complications he has, a patient is given dialysis. We may be merely prolonging the dying of patients who are far too sick from other complications to benefit from dialysis." In one study, Reiman and Drummond Rennie compared US dialysis rates with rates in Western Europe in 1980 and 1981, France had the highest dialysis rate in Europe, with 133 patients per million.


www.medicalexpert.com

Arnold ReIman, M.D., Professor of Medicine at the Harvard Medical School, and one of the nation's preeminent experts on health care, suggests the real reason for the survey's answers blaming lawsuits for the high cost of medicine is simply to justify physicians' over utIlization of services-which makes them more money.13


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