This is one of those totally avoidable "oops" moments, but one that is just so telling. Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) put up a web ad last week, "Women I Know," in which she touts her record on women's issues and women's health. She even includes a helpful link at the the end of the ad to her "Women's Health" page on her campaign website. Show More Summary
Ben Carson, the former presidential candidate and current Donald Trump adviser, said Wednesday that "elderly" presidential nominees like Trump and Hillary Clinton should release their medical history. "I think that somebody who is running for president of the United States, particularly if they're elderly — and that would include both major candidates — should disclose their […]
Spotted this the other day showing the sort of events now being run around the country:My Health Record Secondary Use - Workshop 10 - Perth WAEvent Details In June 2016 HealthConsult was engaged to assist the Australian Government in...Show More Summary
By attacking Hillary Clinton’s health, Trump has invited scrutiny of his own medical records. Like Clinton, Trump has released minimal of information, most notably in the form of a December 2015 letter of a few paragraphs from his personal physician, a gastroenterologist, that described his blood pressure and lab results as “astonishingly excellent” while suggesting [...]
Hospitals, doctor’s offices, and other care facilities could be doing a better job of protecting medical records, according to a new study that looked at U.S. health care providers’ cybersecurity. The Healthcare Information and Management...Show More Summary
A federal district court in Brooklyn has no authority to expunge a valid conviction of a woman who said her arrest record had prevented her from securing a job as a health aide. The Second Circuit opinion did take sympathy on the woman and suggested that Congress should consider allowing......
Radical transparency is no excuse for outing people, naming teenage rape victims and disclosing health records. But WikiLeaks, the website famous for publishing classified and otherwise-secret government information, doesn’t want you...Show More Summary
These two quite long articles appeared this week.First we had:My Health Record: Medics speak upBy Marie Sansom on August 15, 2016 My Health Record: Medics speak upAs the new trials of the My Health Record roll out in Queensland, NSW,...Show More Summary
Breaking from recent tradition, both nominees are proving relatively secretive and selective in providing up-to-date medical records.
Apple has made another move that could make iOS the de facto health platform of the future. According to a new report from Fast Company, it has purchased Gliimpse, a startup aimed at secure medical record transfers. Gliimpse allows users...Show More Summary
It’s reportedly bought a startup that allows people to manage their health records, and share them securely with doctors
In keeping with its mobile health ambitions, Apple has snapped up Gliimpse, a personal health data startup which uses machine learning technology to help users make sense of their medical records. The company was founded in 2013 by former Apple employee-turned-serial-entrepeneur Anil Sethi. Show More Summary
Earlier this year Apple purchased personal health data startup Gliimpse, a report revealed on Monday, potentially setting the stage for enhancements to CareKit, HealthKit, and ResearchKit.
Apple has purchased Gliimpse, a company that helps users collect and personalize their health records, according to Fast Company. In a vague statement, Apple confirmed the acquisition -- which reportedly happened earlier this year -- but declined to discuss its plans. Show More Summary
Apple wants to improve how medical records look and are shared. To do so, the iPhone maker has acquired Gliimpse, a personal health data startup, Fast Company reported Monday. Based in Silicon Valley, Gliimpse offers a platform for patients and medical professionals to manage health records. Show More Summary
Fast Company reports that Apple has acquired Gliimpse, a health startup whose stated aim is to allow any American to pull together a comprehensive picture of their health, which they would be free to share with medical professionalsShow More Summary
Apple has acquired personal health and wellness startup Gliimpse, continuing its push into the health and fitness landscape that it began focusing on with the launch of the Apple Watch. The company made the acquisition earlier in the...Show More Summary
The number of veterans being awarded compensation for mental disorders has hit record levels, The Independent reports. Analysis of Armed Forces Compensation Scheme statistics shows that the annual number of mental disorder pay-outs has...Show More Summary
In the last three years, Gliimpse has built a secure platform where consumers can manage and share their own medical records and info. In the last three years, Gliimpse has built a secure platform where consumers can manage and share their own medical records and info. Show More Summary
What do you do when you can't win based on policy, intelligence, skill, record, temperament or talent? You try to take down your opposing candidate by creating false conspiracy theories about them. Case in point, Trump's latest attempt...Show More Summary