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Shopping for Insurance? We’ve Got You Covered

Is my prescription covered? What’s my copay? Choosing a health insurance plan that gets you the most bang for your buck is daunting. For many, medication price and coverage is a crucial decision factor. Meanwhile, drug prices vary under different … Continue reading

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United Health Centers of San Joaquin Valley will bring WellFX to its patient population of 50,000 as well as its employees. WellFX is a social platform that allows users to interact with patients who face similar health issues. EClinicalWorks, a … Continue reading

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Beyond Lucid, which created a health record used during emergency situations, announced its Response for Responders campaign. In recognition of the heroism of EMS and fire professionals, especially those who acted in recent crises, the company will donate 5% of … Continue reading

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Indian Health Service, the agency of the United States Department of Health and Human Services that provides health care to Native Americans, announced that it is creating a personal health record system. Patients will be able to view online and … Continue reading

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Researchers at Legal Barriers, a project funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, developed HealthInfoLaw.org. The site focuses on the legal issues that arise as health information becomes electronic information. Massachusetts health care company Partners HealthCare reported second quarter income … Continue reading

Diversinet–Live!

  Diversinet is a tech company focused squarely on securing the communications of health data between multiple devices. I caught up with Mark Trigsted, Executive VP, Global Healthcare at Diversinet who told me about what they’re now doing with both the DOD and the … Continue reading

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— Cancer Commons and the Melanoma Targeted Therapy Finder just launched its free web application. Built by CollabRx, the app integrates existing data on different forms of Melanoma and ways to access recommended treatments. The Washington Times recently ran a … Continue reading