I’ve been reading that more patients are using telemedicine this flu season, which is great. It can not only save you money, but keep you home where you’re comfortable and not spreading germs to others. This post was originally published May 2016, but I’ve updated the information.
Time is money
Maybe you have affordable health insurance and a doctor you like.
But have you ever had the experience of calling … read on
Keeping our money and personal information safe from hackers is an ever-present, and ever-expanding, problem.
Most big retailers and financial institutions are fighting back and making it more difficult for hackers to get our personal and credit info. That’s great, but unfortunately the hackers are just moving to an easier target—our medical identities.
Medical data breaches are expected to be a big problem in 2016.
I’m not a gadget person, and I don’t embrace the “quantified self” movement, which seeks to keep track of everything measurable about the human body—weight, body mass index, blood pressure, heart rate, calories consumed, miles walked, jogged, biked, etc.