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Obama's former Supreme Court lawyer, Don Verrilli, joins L.A. law firm

Former U.S. Solicitor Gen. Donald B. Verrilli Jr., who successfully defended President Obama’s healthcare plan before the Supreme Court, is joining the Los Angeles law firm of Munger, Tolles & Olson. Verrilli, 59, will lead the firm’s new Washington office. “This firm has an extraordinary reputation,...

Why Better Wages Are Tied to Healthcare Costs

  Real, or inflation-adjusted, compensation has risen 61 percent since 1970; wages, on the other hand, have increased less than 3 percent in real terms in that period. This is a tale that has gotten short shrift in this political season. Show More Summary

Emory Healthcare Is Taking Over Justin's, P. Diddy's Shuttered Eatery

The primary care facility inked a deal earlier this year. The post Emory Healthcare Is Taking Over Justin's, P. Diddy's Shuttered Eatery appeared first on What Now Atlanta.

Inside The Landmark, Long Overdue Study On Chest Binding

4 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Chest binding is an everyday reality for many transgender and non-binary people, but healthcare professionals know little about the practice. The first ever medical study on the practice says that it’s time to change that. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary

GE Healthcare partners with start-up to revolutionize cloud-based care

Clinicians can now access images and reports, and remotely collaborate with other physicians via the cloud with this new partnership.

Wolters Kluwer Joins Alliance for Nursing Informatics

Wolters Kluwer, a leading global provider of information and point of care solutions for the healthcare industry, today announced its appointment, by unanimous vote, to the Alliance for Nursing Informatics (ANI). As an affiliate, non-voting...Show More Summary

Simplifying Healthcare Is The Best Way To Take Care Of Workers

Rather than making it hard to be healthy, the workplace can be a place to promote health and get employees on the path to well-being.

ProMedica and Kaonsoft Form Joint Venture to Accelerate the Creation of Digital Health Apps

ProMedica, one of Ohio's largest healthcare systems, is partnering with Kaonsoft, an enterprise mobility software company, to form Kapios Health, a healthcare technology company that will focus on the development of medical applications created by ProMedica Innovations inventors.

Ask a MacArthur genius: Just how cheap can cancer diagnosis get?

9 hours agoHealth : The Checkup

When it comes to global healthcare crises, Rebecca Richards-Kortum is a real penny pincher.

Social Media Guidelines for our Clinicians

We recently published this guideline at BIDMC based on the input from a multi-disciplinary working group. I thought it might be useful to share with the community, since many healthcare organizations are at the early stage developing social media policies.1. Show More Summary

The Indonesian waste pickers trading trash for healthcare

A scheme aims to tackle poverty and waste in Indonesia by collecting rubbish from some of country’s poorest people giving them health insurance in exchange Aged 70, Tuna has pains in her leg, waist and chest, but her income as a garlic picker put even the most basic medical provision beyond reach. Show More Summary

Slum dwellers squeezed out of India's ambitious Smart Cities plan, activists say

BHUBANESWAR/MUMBAI, India (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Once known as Temple City for its ancient Hindu temples, Bhubaneswar in the eastern Indian state of Odisha aims to reposition itself as a hub for technology and healthcare with funding from a government program to modernize cities.

SocGen Explains The Recent Surge In Health Care Costs

There was one topic prominently missing from last night's debate - Obamacare and soaring US healthcare costs- and with good reason: with most middle-class Americans suffering as a result of surging premiums, and even the Obama administration...Show More Summary

Healthcare leaders recommend restructuring health care system to better serve needs of U.S. throughout 21st century

To keep up with the evolving needs of our nation’s health and health care system, a series of papers recommends restructuring the U.S. health care system in ways that will support more efficient, targeted health care delivery.

A Picture Perfect Mid Century Home That Mixes High & Low — House Call

Name: George Location: Wilmington, Delaware A 1959 artist-built mid century house that was nearly torn down for its land as it is 4,300 square feet sitting on 1.5 acres along a creek. While I work in healthcare, I have always had an affinity for architecture and design so this was a nice outlet for that. READ MORE »

THE SMARTWATCH REPORT: Forecasts, adoption trends, and why the market isn't living up to the hype (AAPL, FIT, GOOG)

When they first broke onto the scene, smartwatches were touted as the next generation of devices set to transform consumers’ lives. And brands, service providers, and the healthcare segment were ready to capitalize on their “always on” nature, which promised to provide greater insight into consumer habits. Show More Summary

Aetna launching free Apple Watch program for 50,000 employees, customer & employer subsidies to lower price

Healthcare company Aetna shared today that it is partnering with Apple on a new health and fitness initiative for its employees and customers using the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch starting in 2017. Aetna will be providing its 50,000 employees...Show More Summary

Get Off on the Right Foot – 6 Tips for Starting a New Job

As someone in the healthcare field, you might take advantage of the new job opportunities available. Consider these employment facts for February 2016: Hospitals added 11,000 jobs Ambulatory health services jobs increased by 24,000 Healthcare and social assistance led all […]

Joel Dudley, PhD Appointed to Launch and Lead the Institute for Next Generation Healthcare at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Joel Dudley, PhD, has been appointed as the first Director of the Institute for Next Generation Healthcare at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS), a new venture that will assure Mount Sinai's position as an internationally recognized hub for research, clinical care, and education in the burgeoning and highly competitive field of digital medicine.

Two New Online Medical Education Courses Address Opioid Crisis

The DC Center for Rational Prescribing (DCRx) today announced the availability of two new online education courses aimed at teaching doctors and other healthcare professionals some of the myths and facts surrounding the use of prescription opioid painkillers. Show More Summary

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