Sep 062014
 
10 technologies changing the future of healthcare
TechRepublic
The health care industry will see a 21% increase in IT jobs by 2020, according to research by the University of Chicago. Across all health care sectors, there is a demand for creative, thoughtful uses of health informatics, mobile technology, cloud

Sep 062014
 
As Many Predicted, Obamacare's Healthcare.Gov Reports Hack Attack; Security
Forbes
The White House disclosed to the Wall Street Journal that, in fact, a hacker has breached Healthcare.gov, compromising personal data for millions of Americans. What the White House hasn't told us—and can't tell us—is how many security breaches have …

Sep 062014
 

Forbes
Healthcare Reform and Overpaying for Care
Forbes
Americans have long known that our healthcare system is rigged against the consumer. The horror stories of people living in debt for the rest of their lives because of an accident or illness have become so commonplace that many have become numb to them.

Sep 062014
 

azcentral.com
Government forecasts rising health-care inflation
azcentral.com
Projections by nonpartisan experts with the Health and Human Services department indicate the pace of health care spending will pick up starting this year and beyond. The introduction of expensive new drugs for the liver-wasting disease hepatitis C

Sep 062014
 

Latin Post
How People Feel About Their Employer-Sponsored Health Plans
New York Times
We know more about the people who already had health insurance through their employers. And the evidence suggests that many people with that more common type of coverage also feel the financial strain of paying for medical care. That information is …
What's behind health regulators' bickering over Prop. 45?Los Angeles Times
Micah Weinberg: Prop 45 threatens California's health reform success storySan Jose Mercury News

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Sep 062014
 

SpaceCoastDaily.com
Modest Healthcare Cost Hike Forecasted For Next Decade
SpaceCoastDaily.com
The findings also suggest that health care will outpace growth in the gross domestic product over the next decade. Health care's share of GDP, which has remained fairly stable since 2009, will rise from 17 percent in 2012 to more than 19 percent in 2023.
Health Care Spending Forecast To Increase Modestly In Next DecadeKaiser Health News
Citizenship Required for Health CareU.S. News & World Report
Chart of the Week: Health Care Costs Rising at Exceptionally Slow RatesThe White House (blog)
New York Times -Vox -Reuters
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Sep 062014
 

CBS News
HealthCare.gov was hacked in July, feds say
The Hill
HealthCare.gov was not specifically targeted by the hack, the Health Department said, which could indicate that the affected test server was compromised in the course of a broad campaign to find vulnerabilities at government and private websites across
Hackers Breach Security of HealthCare.govNew York Times
HealthCare.gov server hackedCBS News
Hackers break into Healthcare.govAOL News
CNET -Huffington Post
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Sep 062014
 

Wall Street Journal
Hacker Breached HealthCare.gov Insurance Site
Wall Street Journal
A hacker broke into part of the HealthCare.gov insurance enrollment website in July and uploaded malicious software, according to federal officials. Investigators found no evidence that consumers' personal data were taken or viewed during the breach, …

Sep 062014
 

Forbes
5 Megatrends With The Potential To Transform US Health Care
Forbes
At the close of our interview, I asked Chambers what health care topic he'd like me to cover in the future. He asked me to answer two questions. And they happen to be the two questions weighing most heavily on the minds of just about every U.S. health

Sep 062014
 

Boston Globe
Hackers threaten health care industry's patient records
Boston Globe
Criminal intrusions into health care systems have risen 100 percent in the past four years, according to a recent Ponemon report. The FBI warned this April that the health sector, amid mandatory transition to electronic health records, lacked

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