Mar 242015
 
Networked Healthcare: Connecting You, Your Devices, and Your Health
Dark Reading
Healthcare is inherently a service of data and networking. Patients convey information to doctors, general practitioners consult with specialists, healthcare teams develop and execute treatment plans, pharmacists review and fill prescriptions, and

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Mar 242015
 

89.3 KPCC (blog)
More people are shopping around for health care than you might think
89.3 KPCC (blog)
Conventional wisdom says that most people don't shop around for health care. It's generally accepted that if people do shop for care, it's a frustrating experience. So I was surprised to read a study, released last week by the nonprofit organization

Mar 242015
 
Apple isn't just satisfied reinventing health care, it's targeting clinical
Washington Post (blog)
When Apple announced, last year, that it was developing a watch that had the functions of a medical device, it became clear that the company was eyeing the $3 trillion health care industry; that the tech industry sees medicine as the next frontier for …

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Mar 242015
 

The Coloradoan
Health care forum Saturday
The Coloradoan
Fort Collins' legislative delegation will host a health care forum Saturday. Reps. Joann Ginal and Jeni Arndt and Sen. John Kefalas, all Democrats, will be joined by health care professionals to discus local health care networks. They will also field

Mar 242015
 

The Tennessean
Bill lowers health care costs via fewer tests, lawsuits
The Tennessean
Health care costs are growing. Not only are employers and governments at the federal and state levels continuing to deal with the ever-escalating cost of care for patients, the patients themselves are feeling the pinch. A recent CBS News/New York Times

Mar 242015
 

Forbes
Data Silos: Healthcare's Silent Tragedy
Forbes
Deprivation has a way of making you feel excessively thankful for even the most meager offering. Yoni Maisel, a reflective patient and patient advocate with a rare genetic primary immune deficiency disorder, conveyed just this sense of disproportionate …

Mar 242015
 

Forbes
Two Healthcare Stocks Provide Antidotes To Wild Market Swings
Forbes
Part of the reason: The healthcare industry on balance has been growing significantly faster than the market. And industry analysts attest that healthcare stock's reputation as safe havens during turbulent times gives them special investment appeal on

Mar 242015
 
Federal workers could pay more for health care, get less for retirement under
Washington Post (blog)
The federal budget proposed by House Republicans would reduce the amount of money that government employees earn through a popular retirement fund and potentially increase the amount they have to contribute to their health-care plan, according to …

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Mar 242015
 

DesMoinesRegister.com
Ted Cruz to sign up for government health care
DesMoinesRegister.com
Ted Cruz, one of the loudest critics of Obamacare, will soon be using it for health insurance coverage. "We will presumably go on the exchange and sign up for health care and we're in the process of transitioning over to do that," Cruz, a Republican
Ted Cruz going on ObamacareCNN
Obamacare critic Ted Cruz to buy health care insurance for family through law Fox Business
First Draft | Cruz, Critic of Health Care Law, Now Seeks to Sign UpNew York Times

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Mar 242015
 

New York Times
Now the Hard Part: The Rate of Health Care Enrollment Seems Set to Slow
New York Times
But this year, the states in the federal system caught up, with some experiencing substantial gains in the percentage of eligible residents who selected plans on HealthCare.gov. The state exchanges that thrived last year, in contrast, saw mostly
Uninsured down more than 11 million since passage of Obama's health care law PBS NewsHour
Obama, Republicans mark 5th year of health care lawUSA TODAY
Five Ways Obamacare Has Improved Your Health CareNewsweek
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