Slashdot Items Tagged "healthcare"

Date / Time Story
Monday September 19, 2016 @07:04PM Anonymous Hacker Explains His Attack On Boston Children's Hospital
Thursday August 25, 2016 @07:41PM The Big Short: Security Flaws Fuel Bet Against St. Jude
Tuesday June 28, 2016 @02:39PM US Healthcare Records Offered For Sale Online
Friday June 24, 2016 @01:39AM Study Finds Password Misuse In Hospitals Is 'Endemic'
Friday June 10, 2016 @05:39PM Microsoft Analyzes Web Searches, Finds Clues For Early Cancer Detection
Thursday May 05, 2016 @01:59AM Medical Equipment Crashes During Heart Procedure Because Of Antivirus Scan
Friday April 29, 2016 @11:44AM Google AI Has Access To 1.6M People's NHS Records
Thursday April 14, 2016 @06:34PM Report: US Government Worse Than All Major Industries On Cyber Security
Wednesday March 30, 2016 @02:36PM Over 1,400 Vulnerabilities Found In Automated Medical Supply System
Thursday October 29, 2015 @05:23PM Chinese Hackers Targeted Insurer To Learn About US Healthcare
Thursday October 15, 2015 @08:19AM Big Data Attempts To Find Meaning In 40 Years of UK Political Debate
Saturday September 20, 2014 @10:18PM Emails Cast Unflattering Light On Internal Politics of Healthcare.gov Rollout
Saturday May 31, 2014 @01:37PM Oregon vs. Oracle: the Battle of Blame Heats Up
Thursday April 10, 2014 @02:32PM Can the ObamaCare Enrollment Numbers Be Believed?
Saturday March 02, 2013 @08:49AM With 'Obamacare' Kicking In, Microsoft Sees a Health-Data Windfall
Thursday August 23, 2012 @01:48PM Ask Slashdot: IT Contractors, How's Your Health Insurance?
Saturday July 09, 2011 @08:45AM UCLA Hospital Hit With HIPAA Fine On Celeb Records
Tuesday June 14, 2011 @03:27PM Federally-Mandated Medical Coding Gums Up IT Ops
Monday December 13, 2010 @02:00PM Judge Declares Federal Healthcare Plan (Partly) Unconstitutional
Thursday June 03, 2010 @01:55PM Doctor Slams Hospital's "Please" Policy
Friday March 19, 2010 @08:32AM Health Care Reform
Sunday November 15, 2009 @03:39PM Genentech Puts Words In the Mouths of Congress Members
Tuesday September 15, 2009 @08:33AM Insurance Won't Cover Smartphones, When Pricey Alternatives Exist