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The Identity Theft Smoke Screen: Data Mining of Prescription Drug Records and Personal Data Privacy by Posted Mon 02 May 2011 11:13pm [Ed Note: We are pleased to welcome a guest article from Christopher J. Asakiewicz, J.D. He graduated from Seton Hall Law in 2011 with a concentration in Health Law, recently passed the New York Bar Exam (congratulations!) and works for ImClone Systems Corporation, an affiliate of Eli Lilly and Company, drafti ... Read on »
Nuance Buys Virtual Assistant Company VirtuOz–Siri for the Enterprise by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 10 Jan 2013 11:05pm Nuance certainly has been busy as at CES they announced yet another technology that works on several platforms and doctors can benefit using a Personal Assistant in combination with Dragon Medical.  More information on that technology at the link below.  It will be interesting to see what Nuance does with the VirtuOz technology ... Read on »
Social Media Health: 3 Key Elements to Use When Engaging in Social Media by Barbara Ficarra Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Tue 18 Dec 2012 12:28pm By Barbara Ficarra, RN, BSN, MPA There are some health care professionals who refuse to engage in social media and there are others who have mastered it.  And yet there are some who just don’t understand it. There’s a photo of a clinician on Facebook holding a cigarette. It may not seem like much, but when it’s a clinician at a ... Read on »
Department of Justice’s Historic FCA and AKS Settlement by Posted Thu 04 Apr 2013 12:00am In February 2013, a historic $26.1 million settlement was reached under the False Claims Act and Anti-Kickback Statute in a qui tam action against Florida dermatologist Steven Wasserman. U.S. ex rel. Freedman v. SuarezHoyos et al., No. 04-933 (M.D. Fl ... Read on »
The Health Data Initiative Forum 2011 by Brian Ahier Posted Thu 09 Jun 2011 10:00am The IOM and HHS hosted The Health Data Initiative Forum on Thursday, June 9, 2011 to accelerate momentum for the public use of data and innovation to improve health. The Forum buildt on the success of The Community Health Data Initiative Forum: Harnessing the Power of Information to Improve Health , held in June 2010, and included a number of fas ... Read on »
Bioethicists Not So Ethical When It Comes to Gardasil Injuries by SANE VAX Posted Mon 19 Sep 2011 11:22am Dr. Caplan et al., we are not willing to gamble with patient’s lives….. However, you and some of your associates are apparently willing to do just that. By Leslie Carol Botha,Vice-President Public Relations Janny Stokvis - Researcher and VAERS Analyst September 19, 2011 Time to get this story straight: – University of Pennsylvania bi ... Read on »
“Distressed Babies” and Employment-Based Health Coverage by Posted Tue 11 Feb 2014 12:00am AOL CEO Tim Armstrong was the center of a story bringing together issues of whining one-percenters, employees’ rights to privacy in their health information, and the growing evidence that some employers are simply not good agents for their employees’ he ... Read on »
Guest blog - About the Amazon Kindle text-to-speech function by Rudy S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Apr 2009 11:10pm Thanks so much to Penny Reeder for sending me this Penny Reeder Content Specialist Gettinghired, LLC More on Text-to-Speech and the Kindle 2: Demonstration in Front of the Authors' Guild April 7; Online Petition, Sign It Now! We were delighted to learn that, responding to an onl ... Read on »
HHS Study on HIPAA and Medical Record Privacy is 18 Months Late–Complex Issue But There’s Time For A Big Facebook Co by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 13 Aug 2011 2:36am Why did I mention Facebook?  It has to do with privacy as well.  Certainly what is being discussed here are the privacy standards and procedures for personal health records for the most part and nobody’s doing much about it.  That’s what people, businesses and government does when things get too complicated – NOTHING.  Now with all the t ... Read on »
Microsoft Office Now Complies With HIPAA Standards Using the Office 365 Trust Center in the US and the UK For Privacy & Security by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 15 Dec 2011 2:54pm This is a big deal as email correspondence has been a huge topic for years with security and ensuring privacy.  For my own use I have parked my own domain of ducknet. net over at Microsoft and as a “Live” or “Hotmail” user you get the same antiviral protection that they sell to the enterprise.  I remember when they purchased Forefront and atte ... Read on »