Morning Headlines 2/8/23
Imperative Care Announces Formation of Stroke Recovery Digital Health Company Kandu Health
Medical technology company Imperative Care launches Kandu Health, which offers digital support for recovering stroke patients.
Senators probe telehealth companies for tracking and monetizing sensitive health data
A bipartisan group of senators ask executives at telehealth companies Cerebral, Workit, and Monument for details of their data-sharing policies including a list of all third-party sites they’ve shared data with over the last three years.
Albertsons Companies Launches Sincerely Health™ Digital Health and Wellness Platform
Grocery store operator Albertsons launches Sincerely Health, a digital health and wellness app that offers a questionnaire-calculated health score, linking to activity trackers such as Apple Health and Fitbit, and pharmacy management.
Oracle Unit Wins Fees After Beating Patent Case
A judge rules that CliniComp must pay nearly $1 million in attorney fees after losing a 2017 patient infringement lawsuit against Oracle Cerner.
I think you're referring to this: https://www.wired.com/2015/03/how-technology-led-a-hospital-to-give-a-patient-38-times-his-dosage/ It's a fascinating example of the swiss cheese effect, and should be required…