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A road map for assessing blockchain health care startups

Blockchain-backed health care startups are all the rage right now, and a new open-source tool that tracks data about startups in the aim to help potential investors navigate the pile of startups clamouring for their time and money.

New e-health solution helps people to live independent lives

It has long been recognized that the longer elderly people can live independently for the better it is for their well-being. Independent living carries risks and to assist with risk avoidance, a new sensor has been developed.

Watsi builds technology for universal health coverage

Watsi is a nonprofit healthcare crowdsourcing platform designed to fund medical care for individuals in developing countries without access to affordable medical care. Watsi has recently introduced a new program to seek healthcare efficiencies.

Op-Ed: Which scandal caused Ontario's Premier to throw in the towel?

Ottawa - In Ontario, many have been asking "Where's the money?" when it comes to government spending. Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty has weathered many scandals, from eHealth to the most recent power plant closings.

Ontario health spending scandal spurs calls for resignations

Ontario's eHealth scandal has gotten wider and deeper after the release of the Auditor General's report yesterday. David Caplan, Minister of Health, resigned prior to the release of the eHealth report.

Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty Blamed For eHealth Scandal

After reviewing the Ontario's auditor general's report on untendered contracts by the agency to create electronic health records, blame has been pointed at Premier Dalton McGuinty.

Rules ignored in London, Ontario eHealth project

The eHealth project in London, Ontario has some serious allegations of misconduct. Those allegations are questioning if Ontario Health Minister David Caplan should resign.

Ontario electronic health records facing questions about cost Special

Why is Ontario spending on eHealth when it already has a computer-based system functioning? That question is being tossed around as eHealth defends its use of a new system.

Ontario's eHealth CEO's Speech Cost Taxpayers $25,000

In a recent Toronto Star investigation, former eHealth CEO Sarah Kramer gave a speech to the Ontario Hospital Association and cost the taxpayers $25,000.

McGuinty takes blame for Ontario eHealth scandal

Even though his resignation has been demanded for the last few weeks, Ontario's Health Minister, David Caplan is thus far the only person to not have any flack from the Ehealth scandal affecting him.
 

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