Helpful Health Care Links: February, 6, 2015

Internet security concept open red padlock virus or unsecured wiOur helpful health care links focus on two hot topics in health care this week– The breach in security with Anthem Health Insurance and a new health care application for iPhones. Both are worth your time. And, as always, if you ever come across a healthcare story that you think merits more attention, please send it our way!

Anthem Health Insurance Was Just Hacked. Here’s What Customers Need to Know

The nation’s second-largest health insurance company just announced that hackers have stolen members’ Social Security numbers, names, birthdays, medical IDs, and more sensitive personal information in a massive data breach.

Apple’s New Plan For Healthcare: The Doctor Will Track You Now

Mayo Clinic has teamed up to test several health care applications for the iPhone, such as a service to alert patients when their Apple apps detected abnormal health results, and help schedule them for follow-up visits.

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