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Richard Cordray Yet One More “Algo Duped” Government Executive Sucked In To Virtual Values and Unable to Locate the by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 31 May 2014 1:22pm Mr. Corday is not alone and sure he has good intentions as do most government executives but he’s just one more out there sucked into “The Grays” of virtual values and can’t see the humans for the algorithms.  I named this ugly phenomena a while back and I call it the “Sebelius Syndrome” as there was nobody more visible in the public’s eyes and ... Read on »
Windstorm by Joanne J. Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 8:23pm This entry is long overdue. So much happens on a daily basis that sometimes I feel I’m standing in a windstorm just holding out my open hand, not really grasping anything fully but only briefly considering the random pieces of life as they land in my palm before they take flight again. One of the current fragmented themes concerns the way li ... Read on »
Dwelling Disparities: How Poor Housing Leads to Poor Health by Environmental Health Posted Sat 30 Apr 2005 9:00pm Dwelling Disparities: How Poor Housing Leads to Poor Health Formal Correction: This article has been formally corrected to address the following errors. Jump to ... Read on »
The Medical Good Shepherd: Structuring "Invisible Hand Values" to the Supply Side of Healthcare and Medicine by Jim Pinkerton Posted Tue 24 Nov 2009 10:03pm In The New York Times this morning, David Brookssums up the conventional wisdom on healthcare, arguing that we face a choice between "vitality" and "security." Brooks' dichotomy, which echoes Virginia Postrel's distinction between "dynamism" and "stasis," is the familiar way of thinking about healthcare. Do we want r ... Read on »
Not Only Is It Time to Hold Banks and Corporations Accountable, But Rather Hold Their CEOs, Math Model Creations and Proprietary by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 25 Jan 2014 2:45pm This week you didn’t have to look much further than J P Morgan to see what holding banks accountable does, well Jamie Dimon, CEO of J P Morgan gets a big raise. Did he tell shareholders he’s got some new models to roll out that will ensure profits?   Is that any shape or form of accountability?  It certainly does not have that appearance does i ... Read on »
New York Subway Worker, Dubbed as a Hero Has Pension Reduced to $5.00 a Month–Retirement System Error–Attack of the by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 17 Jun 2012 12:08pm Here we go again with checking the books and making a decision, but is this the right thing to do ethically?  People on pensions use this money to pay rent, bills, etc.  As I have mentioned before on a few occasions, the middle class and I should add retirees are just becoming “data chasers”.  Was it his fault this mistake was made? No, but thi ... Read on »
Licensing and Excise Taxing Data Sellers, Facial Recognition Yet One More Tool Used To Secure & Match Data - The Epidemic, Billi by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 25 May 2013 12:07pm If you missed the recent report by 60 Minutes, this is very much worth watching.  Facial recognition technologies is growing quickly and getting more accurate all the time.  With using 3D modeling, matches are made to find the identity of individuals.  “Faceprint” is the new word to be aware of.  As pointed out the technologies need large data ... Read on »
United Healthcare Round Two With More Medicare Advantage Doctors Being Fired in Massachusetts and Tennessee- Expansion of the Bu by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 07 Jun 2014 7:36pm This is yet another expansion of the Medicare Advantage Killer Algorithms as the insurer business intelligence methodologies used are designating that these are additional areas that are having an impact on over all profit strategies.  This is a process that all companies do today; however when it comes down to the personal with health insuranc ... Read on »
60 Minutes Confirms the Super Attacks of the Killer Algorithms With Consumer Credit Information With Flawed Data and the Inabili by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 10 Feb 2013 11:18pm   If you read here very often then you may have seen the 50 some Chapters I have on the Attack of the Killer Algorithms.  There’s always a link on the left hand side under my educational information for consumers that I post.  This has been going on a long time and now it is getting worse.  In addition you may have seen some of my posts about ... Read on »
mHealth and Other Technologies in Healthcare Experience Slow Growth Is As the Data Selling Epidemic for Shear Profit in the US C by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 31 Mar 2013 12:54am So, do you wonder why we can’t create more new jobs?  Well when one can hire a few technologists and mine data and create analytics by the barrel (which half will end up being useless) why would a company expand with tangibles when a few lines of code and some algorithms can made even more money that manufacturing a product?  There you have it, ... Read on »