Tagged: healthcare

My Experience with Healthcare.gov

My Experience with Healthcare.gov

I’m a geek – so of course I wanted to test out the healthcare.gov site immediately after it launched – and failed. First I wasn’t able to connect to the site and eventually when...

Why the Healthcare.gov fiasco SHOULD teach us to Open Source Government Application Development.

Why the Healthcare.gov fiasco SHOULD teach us to Open Source Government Application Development.

We Spent How Much?! According to The Daily Beast the United States Government has spent $118 million to build Healthcare.gov and another $56 million in fixing it…and based on the fact that the site...

HealthTap – Real Doctors, Real Free.

HealthTap – Real Doctors, Real Free.

HealthTap is a pretty cool site (and phone app) I discovered a while back and have been using on occasion and also recommending others to when they have health problems. HealthTap offers a bunch...

DIY Health Reform: Employers Solving Healthcare Crisis One Onsite Clinic At A Time | TechCrunch

DIY Health Reform: Employers Solving Healthcare Crisis One Onsite Clinic At A Time | TechCrunch

Dave Chase writes in a recent TechCrunch article, “Led by IBM’s study of their $2 billion annual health expenditure, the overwhelming evidence comes to a surprisingly simple conclusion: more primary care = healthier population...

Healthcare Reform and Technology.

Healthcare Reform and Technology.

Disclaimer: When it comes to discussions about nationalized healthcare, cost reductions, and other major political issues – I generally don’t feel qualified to comment. With this post I’m stepping out on a limb –...