The February Issue
by GRACE MOEN
The February issue — ‘What We’re Reading’ at Health 2.0 is a new and ongoing series that features a round up of newsworthy articles, thinkers, and opinions from across the community. We hope you enjoy and follow along. Happy reading!
All I heard about through JP Morgan week was this Practice Fusion sale, but I couldn’t totally grasp why it was ending up as the butt of jokes. This CNBC article Matthew shared breaks it down really nicely — with a few cringe-worthy moments and some shock value to keep it interesting.
Finally, someone with the strength to do it. But you may also want to read this, one woman’s account of faking her data.
The news of Apple’s foray into health records looks like small potatoes next to Amazon, JP Morgan Chase, and Berkshire Hathaway’s announcement. Sounds very exciting, but there is some skepticism surrounding the health plan trifecta.
Somehow Cher is making our news… not a huge bother, but interesting none the less! Also, wasn’t it Patrick who piloted his own aircraft to keynote the Fall Conference that one year?
And finally, a few stories Indu will be particularly interested in as they land perfectly in The Unacceptables category:
- If you like these, follow Maneesh Juneja on LinkedIn. He’s quickly become my best news sources for technologies interfacing with the Social Determinants of Health / the Unacceptables.
Happy reading everyone!