From health data pioneer John Halamka, who will be part of this panel: The new threats to information security and integrity are state sponsored cyberterrorism, hackivism and organized crime. Every CIO I know loses sleep over these threats. Let’s work together to identify emerging threats, implement best practices for mitigating risks and investigate promising new … Continue reading 12/5 live forum: Health researchers and payers are way ahead on big data. But, can they keep it secure?
More here. Tune in Tuesday 11/14 at 12pm ET to hear our expert panelist Elizabeth Halprin from @JoslinDiabetes Center discuss the latest treatments for #diabetes
Our neighbors to the north have been trying to expand their Medicaid program for years. Lawmakers would endorse it; Republican Gov. Paul LePage would veto it. Apparently that is no longer an option, but he has vowed to find a way. More from The New York Times At least 80,000 additional Maine residents will become eligible … Continue reading Mainers choose Medicaid expansion, but will they get it?
Thanks to Fred Hapgood and Boston Science and Engineering Lectures for most of these listings. And, as he notes, do check Harvard events as some may not be open to the public or be in buildings with limited access. Monday: A research program called the "Center for Cancer Evolution" is holding a kick off symposiums … Continue reading Health events in Boston 10/23 to 10/28
https://youtu.be/AwTJtaozvbI The Panel Robert Blendon Professor of Health Policy and Political Analysis, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Harvard Kennedy School Sheila Burke Chair, Government Relations and Public Policy Group, Baker Donelson, and Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School Lanhee Chen Research Fellow, Hoover Institution, and Director of Domestic Policy Studies … Continue reading A Harvard panel makes prediction for the the future of the Affordable Care Act #HCR
From The Boston Globe: “There is something fundamentally wrong when one of the richest and most powerful countries on the planet can’t make sure that a person can afford to see a doctor when they’re sick. This isn’t any way to live,” Warren wrote, asking her backers to sign a petition expressing their support for … Continue reading Sen. Elizabeth Warren is backing the single-payer insurance proposal from Sen. Bernie Sanders. Does it have a chance?
Your correspondent spent much of the '90s covering health care in North Carolina. Found this while visiting family. See story below from Kaiser Health News. Probably won't find it next visit. How the cuts will play our in Massachusetts is an unknown at this point. In the meantime, hospitals in Boston reported surpluses yesterday. Trump … Continue reading Can the states step in if the feds cut marketing $$$ for Affordable Care Act?