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The New York Times Fails To Fact Check Gov. Bobby Jindal's Tough-On-Guns Claims Following Lafayette Shooting

Following last week's mass shooting at a Louisiana movie theater, Republican presidential candidate and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal claimed that because of "tougher laws" in his state, the gunman's mental health record would have been entered into the national background check system, which would have prevented him from legally buying a gun. Show More Summary

Ashley Madison hack signals end of promiscuous online identity use

If anybody is still laboring under the mistaken belief that anything online can remain private and secure, this week should have seen them finally admit defeat. In the US, UCLA Health reported ) that 4.5 million health records had been compromised. Show More Summary

Woman Hemorrhages, Possibly Dies From Botched Abortion at California Abortion Clinic

A 911 recording obtained by Operation Rescue confirms that an abortion-related medical emergency took place on July 15, 2015, FPA Women’s Health abortion clinic in San Bernardino, California. Records show that a woman of unknown age was hemorrhaging vaginally. The 911 call was placed at 9:45 a.m. A Fire Department dispatcher is heard requesting an […]

It Seems The Department Of Health Thinks Education on the PCEHR Will Have Healthcare Providers Enthusiastic To Use It. Not Likely!

This popped up a few days ago:Govt readies e-health record push to boost adoptionBy Paris Cowan on Jul 3, 2015 1:57 PM Training drive slated for 2016.The Department of Health will renew efforts to address under-utilisation of electronic...Show More Summary

Human factors and EHRs

Perhaps you don't want discouraging news about electronic health records. If that's the case, browse on to another site. However, the authors of this new paper have some important things to say. And they have the expertise to be credible,...Show More Summary

Is Accountability The Missing Element in Better Healthcare?

Irv Lichtenwald, Medsphere Systems CEO Editor’s Note: Irv Lichtenwald is president and CEO of Medsphere Systems Corporation, the solution provider for the OpenVista electronic health record. Prior to joining Medsphere, he served as CFO of Advent Software, a leading provider of investment management solutions. Show More Summary

New Analysis Points the Way to Earlier Diagnosis of Chest Tumors

Researchers led by St. Jude scientists have discovered evidence for such characteristic features of malignant masses by analyzing the health records of 131 patients seen at St. Jude and Le Bonheur Children's Hospital.

It’s “Slack for Health Care”- athenaText

By MATTHEW HOLT By now it’s not a secret that EMRs are “records” and yet we’ve been trying to cram communication functions down their throat. Meanwhile the hottest tools in enterprise tech are souped up versions of AIM (remember that, you AOL fans?)– with companies like Slack & HipChat providing group-based instant messaging and changing

Business Lessons From An Unlikely Sport: Cricket

The "true team sport," though less known in the U.S., is uniquely suited to the business mind, says eClinicalWorks CEO Girish Navani. Girish Navani, the CEO of eClinicalWorks, a major electronic health records company, first started playing cricket when he was six years old. Show More Summary

At First Read This Sounds Like a Very, Very Serious Issue. I Wonder What Is Going On With Patient Electronic Records Being Altered?

This appeared a few days ago.SA Health inquiry into how medical records linked to patient death disappeared from Lyell McEwin Hospital database BRAD CROUCH MEDICAL REPORTER The Advertiser July 15, 2015 8:41AM SA Health will investigate...Show More Summary

NEHTA’s Chairman Beats The Drum Of E-Health. Gets A Trifle Carried Away I Would Suggest!

This appeared a few days ago.Get elderly patients onlineCharlotte MitchellMonday, 13 July, 2015GPs should routinely ask their older patients to set up a personally controlled electronic health record to help them share medical information...Show More Summary

UCLA Health Cyberattack Leaves Over 4 Million Customer Records Exposed

Information systems of the health division of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) was hit by a “criminal cyberattack,” according to a statement by the hospital issued on Friday. According to the UCLA Health statement, the...Show More Summary

Over 4.5m records exposed as UCLA Health and CVS Health’s photo service hacked

University of California (UCLA) Health, which runs four hospitals, and drug retailer CVS Health’s photo service had millions of individuals’ private records exposed in a recent cyberattack, reports Reuters. UCLA Health said that hackers...Show More Summary

Hack at UCLA Health Exposes Medical Records

Bad news for nearly 5 million people who are patients or employees of UCLA's sprawling health care system: Hackers might have your private medical records. The health system said today that the sophisticated hack tapped into the network that contains personal and medical information, reports the Los Angeles Times. The...

Happy Google investors may not be good for the company's long-term vision

For the first time in a while, Google investors are thrilled with its financial health. They sent Google shares rising as much as 14 percent to a record high of $683 in the after-hours trading that followed Google's second-quarter earnings report. Show More Summary

Planned Parenthood head sorry for tone in video on fetal tissue use

last weekNews : The Newsroom

Planned Parenthood's president apologized on Thursday for the "tone and statements" of a senior staff member who was secretly recorded in a video that critics say suggests the U.S. reproductive health organization sells aborted fetal tissue. Show More Summary

Planned Parenthood Apologizes For Statements In Undercover Video

Planned Parenthood's president apologized on Thursday for the "tone and statements" of a senior staff member who was secretly recorded in a video that critics say suggests the U.S. reproductive health organization sells aborted fetal tissue. Show More Summary

HEALTH Have a New Song Which You Can Only Access if You Donate to REIFY'S Kickstarter

So here's a weird thing: HEALTH have a new record coming out—their third, Death Magic, will be released via Loma Vista on 8.7—but you can listen to a track off said record, "Dark Enough," now. The catch is you can only access it if you contribute to this Kickstarter campaign for Reify. Show More Summary

Climate change in 2014: Record temps and rising seas

Two new reports paint a sobering picture of a planet enduring melting ice sheets, heat waves, warming seas and health dangers

Comprehensive health services in the UK and Wales mean teen births are lowest since 1946

last weekNews : The Raw Story

The average age of mothers giving birth in 2014 was 30.2 — the highest since records began. In 2014, 26,000 women aged under 20 gave birth in England and Wales, down from a high of 45,500 in 2006. It was the lowest level of births recorded among that age group since 1946. “In most...

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