Potential HIPAA Security Violations – Electronic Health Reporter

Computer, Business, Office, Technology

May 102019 Potential HIPAA Security Violations By Adrian Johansen, freelance writer; . Your health is the most personal part of your life. Going into a doctor’s office or hospital makes a person feel vulnerable, even if they’re only there for a routine checkup. There’s an unspoken trust between patient and doctor that whatever is discussed or recorded will remain private. When …

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Ways To Keep Seniors Active At Senior Living Communities

Couple, Passion, Love, Elderly Person

May 82019 Ways To Keep Seniors Active At Senior Living Communities Being in a senior living community does not mean that you are going to live a sedentary life. As depicted by mainstream media, living in these communities entails sacrificing the things that you used to love. Physical activities are essential regardless of your age. A senior living community should …

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The Spring Meal Plan 2019 is RELEASED!

I have to admit. When I cook a little homemade dinner, even after a crazy day, I feel like I’m totally just winning at life. Beyonce-in-a-apron-style, even if I’m still in my sweaty lululemons with a power bun and eyebrows that so badly need waxing. To me, making a healthy dinner is like this soothing little ritual that says- you got this …

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LetsGetChecked Announces $30 Million in Series B Financing

May 82019 LetsGetChecked Announces $30 Million in Series B Financing  LetsGetChecked, the direct-to-consumer at-home health testing platform increasing access to laboratory and self-testing, today announced the closing of $30 million in its Series B round. LTP, a Boston-based growth equity investment firm focused on healthcare IT, led the round. Existing investors Optum Ventures and Qiming Venture Partners USA also participated in the round. LetsGetChecked will …

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