Jul 302015
 

Minnesota Public Radio News
The hidden prices of health care leaves everyone in the dark
Minnesota Public Radio News
… the Department of Health Policy and Management at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and the Director of the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research. His research encompasses health economics, health policy, health insurance, and health care …

Jul 302015
 

CIO
How predictive analytics will revolutionize healthcare
CIO
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health System is using Microsoft's Cortana Analytics Suite and Microsoft Dynamics to create a new type of healthcare. It will use predictive analytics to focuses on prevention, better care and cutting costs.

Jul 302015
 

Re/code
Dear Health Care, the Internet Is Here to Stay
Re/code
While most other industries have enjoyed a decades-long marriage with the Internet, in health care, we're still in the “getting to know you” phase, working to establish a level of trust. Understandably, there are major concerns in our industry

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Jul 302015
 

TheBlaze.com
Killing for Profit: The Ultimate Healthcare Perverse Incentive
TheBlaze.com
“Dr. Deane" Waldman MD MBA, author of award-winning “The Cancer in Healthcare,” is both a clinical physician (pediatric cardiologist) and systems theorist for sick patient Healthcare. He is Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics, Pathology, and Decision
Planned Parenthood attack is a manufactured crisis for women's health careThe Seattle Times
OVERNIGHT HEALTHCARE: White House assails effort to defund Planned ParenthoodThe Hill

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Jul 302015
 

USA TODAY
CVS, IBM partner for technology-based health care
USA TODAY
CVS Health and IBM announced Thursday they will join forces to improve health care management services to patients with chronic diseases with the help of advanced technology. The partnership between the health care company and software company will …
IBM Watson, CVS deal: How the smartest computer on earth could shake up health Washington Post
CVS And IBM's Watson Cloud Pursue Ways To Predict Patient HealthForbes
Morning Read: CVS and IBM partner to predict deteriorating health, GE MedCity News
New York Business Journal
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Jul 302015
 

Metro Business Media
Lockheed Martin tackles health care, with a little help from its friends
Washington Post
The group, known as the Healthcare Technology Alliance, will tackle some of the biggest challenges facing health care today, such as how to use precision medicine, how to protect patient privacy in the era of big data, how to improve veterans' health
Lockheed Martin Launches Healthcare Technology Alliance with Illumina, OthersGenomeWeb

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Jul 302015
 

CNBC
Medical records firm wins massive Defense contract
CNBC
It will involve digitizing the health records of more than 9.5 million service men and women, their families and retirees. The goal is for their health histories to be accessible wherever they are treated, whether it's on the front lines, at a DOD
Leidos wins DoD healthcare systems modernization contractFederal Times
UPDATED: Leidos Wins Massive Pentagon Health Care Records ContractNextgov
Cerner, Leidos and Accenture win massive Defense contract for EHR systemModernHealthcare.com
Healthcare IT News -Washington Business Journal (blog) -Army Technology
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Jul 302015
 

The Hill
Sanders advocates for single-payer health-care system on Medicare anniversary
Washington Post
Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders highlighted his support for a single-payer health-care system — a position that separates him from his rivals for the Democratic nomination — during a Thursday rally on Capitol Hill celebrating the 50th anniversary
Sanders plots another universal healthcare pushThe Hill
Think Health Care is Pricey? Get Ready to Spend Even MoreTIME
State's Medicaid shift to preventive coverage could help cut health care costsPuget Sound Business Journal (Seattle) (blog)

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Jul 302015
 

CNBC
$1 of every $5 spent in US will be on health care
CNBC
Nearly $1 in every $5 spent in the United States by 2024 will be on health care, according to a government projection released Tuesday, forecasting a quickening of the health inflation rate. Nonetheless, that rate still falls well short of the sharply
How to Think About Higher Growth in Health-Care SpendingWall Street Journal (blog)
'Be Healthy and Be Rewarded' — With Rewards in Health Care… Everyone Wins!Huffington Post
Medicaid at 50: Reform Is Needed to Better Serve Low-Income Health Care NeedsHeritage.org
CNNMoney -U.S. News & World Report -Bend Bulletin
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Jul 302015
 

Forbes
CEO To Retire At Five-State Blue Cross Plan, Health Care Service Corp.
Forbes
Patricia Hemingway Hall will retire after seven years as the top executive at Health Care Service Corporation, one of the nation's largest health insurance companies and the parent of Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans in Illinois, Texas, Oklahoma, New

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