Sep 232018
 September 23, 2018  Posted by  Breaches, Healthcare

Hannah Martin reports: Do you remember when the floppy-disk was more than the ‘save’ button in Microsoft Word? Or the goose-bump inducing sound of dial-up internet ringing through your ears? Technology has come a long way since then. In a New Zealand hospital today a surgeon can assist a robotic operation; an anxious child can go [Read More…]

Sep 212018
 September 21, 2018  Posted by  Healthcare, Laws

Lev Facher reports: The American Medical Association is opposing a change to patient privacy laws that would allow doctors to more freely share information about a patient’s history of substance use, a proposal that has divided the health care community and highlighted some of the challenges of addressing the opioid [Read More…]