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The Shocking Doomsday Maps Of The World And The Billionaire Escape Plans

The Shocking Doomsday Maps Of The World And The Billionaire Escape Plans (0)

When I wrote my first article on billionaire bunkers years ago, I never would have imagined how quickly our world was changing, Forbes writes. Our lives are in a constant state of

CEOs Discuss The Future Of Health Care

CEOs Discuss The Future Of Health Care (0)

Perhaps the only constant in health care today is change. Sean Campbell, managing partner of health care at IBM, shares the key elements driving this change, “Health care is transforming

The 5 health-care terms every millennial should know

The 5 health-care terms every millennial should know (0)

Health-care plans are confusing enough but the industry-specific jargon often used to describe them can make their details even more difficult to decipher, CNBC writes. If you get confused about

Gwyneth Paltrow: Will Fake Pills Drive Out Real Cash for Goop Investors?

Gwyneth Paltrow: Will Fake Pills Drive Out Real Cash for Goop Investors? (0)

Chasing snake oil and fad gurus is harmless until your journey of personal discovery becomes a platform for prescribing therapies to complete strangers. Any reasonably diligent venture capital partner should

Trump: ‘We’ll just let Obamacare fail’

Trump: ‘We’ll just let Obamacare fail’ (0)

A “disappointed” President Trump said he wants to “let Obamacare fail” after the latest Republican attempt to overhaul the U.S. health-care system quickly fizzled out, CNBC writes. “Let Obamacare fail; it’ll be a

FDA moves to increase generic competition

FDA moves to increase generic competition (0)

New FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb knows the tricks the pharmaceutical industry often plays to increase profits, CNBC writes. His ties to the industry were one of the criticisms of

5 Ways Physicians Can Use Social Media

5 Ways Physicians Can Use Social Media (0)

Social media is an enormous part of our lives — Facebook has more than 1.8 billion active users per month, and Twitter has upwards of 300 million active users in the same

The Double Life Of Ex-USC Med School Dean

The Double Life Of Ex-USC Med School Dean (0)

The former dean of the USC’s medicine school has a history of partying with young criminals and allegedly taking meth and ecstasy with them, Daily Mail writes. An investigation by

Meet The ‘Doctors’ Who Will Talk To You Whenever You Like

Meet The ‘Doctors’ Who Will Talk To You Whenever You Like (0)

Could health apps and chatbots eventually replace your traditional doctor? “Let’s talk about how you’ve been feeling over the past 30 days,” says Joy, BBC writes. “This will help me get

The Disturbing Process Behind Trumpcare

The Disturbing Process Behind Trumpcare (0)

Since I came to Washington in 1969, I have been immersed in Congress and its policy process, The Atlantic writes. I have seen many instances of unpopular bills considered and

How Hospitals Got Richer Off Obamacare

How Hospitals Got Richer Off Obamacare (1)

A decade after the nation’s top hospitals used all their advertising and lobbying clout to keep their tax-exempt status, pointing to their vast givebacks to their communities, they have seen

Recommending the Right Health Savings Accounts to Clients

Recommending the Right Health Savings Accounts to Clients (0)

Financial advisors should note that some health savings accounts are better for covering current medical expenses while others are preferable for those clients hoping to invest current income for medical

Want A Botox House Call? A Doctor Turned Entrepreneur Is Building An Uber-Style App

Want A Botox House Call? A Doctor Turned Entrepreneur Is Building An Uber-Style App (0)

While earning his degree at Tulane Medical School, S. Mark McKenna came to the conclusion that it would be tough to make a lot of money as a doctor. Instead

Where Are The Doctors’ Voices?

Where Are The Doctors’ Voices? (0)

The long, fierce debate over the Affordable Care Act has focused largely on who pays the healthcare bill for millions of Americans. But neither the ACA nor the new Senate

Senate Republicans Delay August Recess To Work On Health Care

Senate Republicans Delay August Recess To Work On Health Care (0)

Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said Tuesday the Senate will delay the start of its summer recess to finish action on repealing Obamacare and other priority items, USA today writes.

America’s Rich Will Get Richer, Its Poor Poorer With Obamacare Repeal

America’s Rich Will Get Richer, Its Poor Poorer With Obamacare Repeal (0)

Jane Harrod, a landscaper in central Kentucky, was installing a hog fence on her family farm with a “spud bar,” a long, iron tool often used as a lever to move

Senate GOP ‘Very Pessimistic’ On Obamacare Repeal

Senate GOP ‘Very Pessimistic’ On Obamacare Repeal (0)

Tensions are rising between Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s leadership team and his party’s ideological factions, with a renewed sense of pessimism creeping into the Senate GOP’s efforts to repeal

Goldman Sachs thinks the opioid crisis is so bad it’s affecting the economy

Goldman Sachs thinks the opioid crisis is so bad it’s affecting the economy (0)

The opioid crisis has major costs for the U.S. economy, including the labor market, David Mericle, senior U.S. economist at Goldman Sachs, said in a note, CNBC writes. The report

The FDA Owes Patients Improved Medical Device Regulation After Dr. Amy Reed’s Death

The FDA Owes Patients Improved Medical Device Regulation After Dr. Amy Reed’s Death (0)

Dr. Amy Reed, an anesthesiologist and patient-safety advocate, died in May 2017 after a four-year battle with leiomyosarcoma of the uterus. The cancer was spread by a power morcellator, the

Doctors Use Snapchat to Share Patient Scans, UK Report Finds

Doctors Use Snapchat to Share Patient Scans, UK Report Finds (0)

As hospitals struggle to keep up with modern communication technology, U.K. physicians are turning to ordinary apps like Snapchat to share medical photos of their patients, according to a new