Happy Holidays from MyHealthSpin!
Our helpful health care links focus on a variety of topics this holiday week — an Atlanta CDC worker being monitored for possible Ebola exposure and important information about smartphone apps which are meant to monitor hypertension. We also include a local story from Crain’s Detroit Business reporting on a lawsuit filed on behalf of 159 Detroit residents whose medical records were breached. All 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!
When Home And Health Are Just Out Of Reach
A Medicaid experiment helps some elderly and disabled people move out of institutions into their own homes.
CDC Worker In Atlanta To Be Monitored For Possible Ebola Exposure
A laboratory technician working at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta may have been exposed to the Ebola virus.
Henry Ford Health Wins Appeal Over Online Posting Of Patient Medical Records
The Michigan appeals court has reversed a decision and dismissed a lawsuit filed on behalf of 159 people in the Detroit area whose medical records were mistakenly made available online.
3 Ways To Get Cheaper Health Care In 2015
Companies are offering workers more health and wellness options, which means more opportunities for you to shop around for the most affordable care.
Beware The Claims Of Hypertension Apps, Study Says
Many smartphone apps that contend they address hypertension make medical claims without clinical validation or FDA approval.
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