Category Archives: consumer health apps

The “May You Live in Interesting Times” Edition of Health Wonk Review

Just when you thought things can’t get any weirder, they do. Combine staunch opposed ideologies held by fierce political warriors, and we find ourselves under the ancient curse of living in interesting times. It seems our nation is transitioning from … Continue reading

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The President’s Day Edition of Health Wonk Review on Your Virtual Newsstand Now

David E. Williams is on top of the President’s Day Edition of Health Wonk Review. Click here to go to David’s Health Business Group blog for this special edition on your virtual newsstand today. I also want to add my … Continue reading

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Fresh Prints: An All-New, Alt-Fax Edition of Health Wonk Review

Health Wonk Review for February 9, 2017 #alternative_facts Edition By Steve Anderson medicareresources.org Editor February 9, 2017 Honesty is such a lonely word. Everyone is so untrue. – Billy Joel The title of Billy Joel’s hit song wouldn’t have been nearly … Continue reading

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Puppies and Kittens Edition of Health Wonk Review

Hank Stern’s roundup of wonkery and punditry as the Health Wonk Review group looks at where things are going under a new administration in DC in this Puppies and Kittens edition of our beloved HWR. Here come da fuzz.

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Healthcare Devices and the Internet of Things – Promise, Peril and Distributed-Denial-of-Service Attacks

Last Friday, widely used websites like PayPal, Netflix and Twitter were unavailable due to a distributed denial of service (DDOS) attack . Hackers got into those systems through technical holes in hundreds of thousands of personal wifi-enabled devices like baby monitors and … Continue reading

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Pre-election Punditry with Joe Paduda at Health Wonk Review

If you think the Black Death was fun, you’ll just adore this election season! So join Joe Paduda this week for Pre-election Pundit Ponderings! at Managed Care Matters for some pre-game festivities.   I am excited to announce that I … Continue reading

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Peering into the Future of Health Insurance: Real-time Data and a Whole New Way to Look at Actuarial Science

“At Lemonade…their hope is to remake insurance as a social good, rather than a necessary evil.” – Dr. Peter H. Diamandis The structure of ObamaCare® requires people who don’t have health insurance to purchase it; if you can’t afford it, … Continue reading

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A Yuuuuuuge Edition: Health Wonk Review Channels Inner Trump

Steve Anderson at Medicareresources.org channels his inner Trump to bring us a yuuuuuge edition of Health Wonk Review. Thanks to Steve for a tremendous undertaking in the service to his fellow countrymen and countrywomen.  

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A Pot Luck Health Wonk Review – Breathe This In

Chris Fleming has posted A Pot Luck Health Wonk Review at Health Affairs Blog.  Many thanks to Chris & crew for hosting a great edition – we all greatly value Health Affairs ongoing participation! As Chris said in his post, “Despite … Continue reading

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Human Nucleus: Your Analyzed Individual Genome is the Basis for Population Health In Extremis

You can know and affect your health future now. Human Longevity Institute is launching Human Nucleus, a place where you can have your genome completely analyzed into its millions of component pieces of information. That information is actionable immediately, and … Continue reading

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