Will Google get away with grabbing 50m Americans’ health records?

 Google’s CEO, Sundar Pichai. The company has forged a partnership with Ascension, a major hospital chain. Photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Few things are certain in the American healthcare system – except for the paperwork. The tedious ritual of signing forms authorizing new providers to access our medical history is the result of a rarity for Americans: thanks to the first amendment, we have few rights and little expectation of privacy, except when it comes to our medical records. Even doctors who have our best interests at heart must get permission…

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Helium Health

Founders: Adegoke Olubusi (CEO), Dimeji Sofowora, Tito Ovia Launched: 2016 Headquarters: Nigeria Industry: Health care Pictured above (from left to right): Adegoke Olubusi, Tito Ovia, Dimeji Sofowora Helium Health’s medical records dashboard Helium health Helium Health offers a suite of products and services for electronic health records management. The company’s platform specializes in handling doctor’s visits, prescriptions and medical billing, facilitating offline access from any device, offering customizable forms and monitoring trends, triggering alerts and generating reports, enabling doctors to streamline their practice, reducing waste and increasing the standard of care. Key investments have…

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Sourav Ganguly: Career Records and Achievements

General Information about Sourav Ganguly  Full Name: Sourav Chandidas Ganguly Date and place of birth: 8 July 1972 (age 47) Behala, Calcutta, West Bengal Nickname: Dada, Prince of Calcutta, Maharaj, Lord of the Off Side Height: 5 feet 11 inches (1.80 m) Autobiography: A Century is Not Enough Batting Style: Left Hand Bowling: Right Arm Medium Role: Batsman Wife: Donna Ganguly (1997) Daughter: Sana Ganguly Brother: Snehasish Ganguly Captain of the Indian Team: 2000 to 2005 Test debut: 20 June 1996 against England Last Test Match: November 06, 2008 ODI Debut: Against West Indies, January 11, 1992 Last ODI: Against Pakistan at Captain Roop…

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Chinese fashion group EP Yaying to expand into the US and Australia

Chinese fashion group EP Yaying is planning to expand beyond Asia by launching in the US and Australia by next year. The group is bullish about the increasing popularity of the Chinese culture-inspired fashion, and believes it will resonate with foreign consumers. EP Yaying started as a small garment factory in 1988 and in 2016, it has adopted a dual-brand development strategy to cater to different customer bases. Its EP brand offers contemporary international fashion styles while Yaying focuses on “deep exploration of China’s traditional culture, aesthetics, fashion and craftsmanship…

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Five Reasons Why It’s Never Too Late To Start A Business

Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook when he was 19 years old. By 25, his company was valued at over $5 billion. At 28, he took Facebook public. Now, at the age of 35, he is among the top 10 richest people in the world. When we think of entrepreneurs, we tend to think of the Mark Zuckerberg’s of the world – youthful visionaries who disrupt traditional businesses with a new and better ways of doing things. New research, however, challenges the view that youth is advantageous to entrepreneurial success. Perhaps a better…

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Here’s A Wake-Up Call: At The End Of Your Career, How Would You Like To Be Remembered?

How would you like to be remembered at the end of your career? We all may have been looking at our careers the wrong way. Everyone mostly views their job and profession from beginning to end. We hyperfocus on each step up the rungs of the corporate ladder. Perhaps, we should view things differently—by starting backwards. Look through the lens of your career as if you’re retired. To get a little deeper and heavier, how would you like your obituary to read? How would like people to remember you? At…

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Fashion and travel blogger Alexandra Lapp, 44, credits age for her success

If age is an obstacle for women in fashion and blogging, Alexandra Lapp may be the exception to the rule. The 44-year-old fashion and travel influencer, who has more than 260,000 followers on Instagram, believes she’s found success in an otherwise ageist industry because of her age, not in spite of it. “I guess a big success factor is surely my age as there are not a lot of women blogging past 40,” Lapp told the Daily Mail. FITNESS BLOGGER CELEBRATES 3 YEARS WITHOUT ADDERALL AFTER DRUG ‘RUINED’ HER LIFE “But there are many women…

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Poorest hit hardest by cuts to public health spending – research

Worst-off areas have lost six times as much funding to tackle health problems such as obesity as best-off areas, finds analysis. Photograph: Clara Molden/PA England’s poorest communities have borne the brunt of almost £900m of cuts to public health spending, despite them having higher rates of disease, research has revealed. Places with high levels of deprivation such as Liverpool, Blackpool and Birmingham have lost much more of their budgets to prevent problems such obesity and smoking than better-off areas. One pound in every £7 of the £871.6m that has been…

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Air India to hire law firm for assessing labour issues, business contracts

National carrier Air India has invited bids from law firms to assess labour issues, possible liabilities arising out of litigation and group companies’ contracts with various business partners ahead of disinvestment in three of its entities—Air India Ltd., Air India Express Ltd. and Air India SATS Airport Services Pvt. Ltd. (AISATS). The due diligence will cover a range of issues such as existing arrangements with employees, employee benefits and labour disputes along with Air India group’s contracts with a host of business partners valued above ₹50 crore, including aircraft lease and fuel supply arrangements. It…

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Google doesn’t want to let Apple run away with the health-tracking market, but it may be too late

Hardware is increasingly becoming a commodity, where devices with nearly identical features end up competing mainly on price. But for big consumer technology companies like Apple and Google, it’s still important to have a foothold in the wearable devices market because it’s the key way to get information about users on the go, as well as to gather potentially lucrative biometric data about the human body. Apple, with its health-tracking smartwatch, is dominating the market, especially in North America. That has rivals scrambling to catch up. Google parent company Alphabet, which has historically struggled…

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