Medical Records

healthcare

How to Make Millennials Actually Go to the Doctor

Blockchain might revolutionize our medical care.
Hannah Oreskovich
2.6.18
dystopia

This Biotech Company Wants You to Give it Selfies and Blood Tests in Exchange for Cryptocurrency

Users will "probably will be able to earn a good universal basic income," the company's founder says.
Caroline Haskins
12.6.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Now Trump Actually Won't Be Releasing His Medical Records on 'The Dr. Oz Show'

UPDATE: Oh wait, no, he actually did.
VICE Staff
9.14.16
The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election

How Conspiracy Theories About Hillary Clinton's Health Went Mainstream

Started by a discredited book and a bunch of angry YouTubers, rumors that Hillary Clinton is secretly suffering seizures are now being spread by Fox News and Donald Trump himself.
Harry Cheadle
8.25.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

WikiLeaks Published the Names of Rape Victims and Civilian Medical Records in Saudi Leak

The cache of information also includes hundreds of employment, financial, passport, and transcript records of ordinary civilians.
VICE Staff
8.23.16
Hacking

Hacker Dumps Sensitive Patient Data From Ohio Urology Clinics

The files include names, addresses, phone numbers, dates of birth, and even diagnostic and treatment information.
Joseph Cox
8.2.16
Health

Things a Criminal Could Do With 9 Million Hacked Health Care Records

A hacker is advertising 9 million records supposedly hacked from a health care insurance database. But what could they actually be used for?
Joseph Cox
6.28.16
uk

UK Hospitals Are Feeding 1.6 Million Patients’ Health Records to Google’s AI

Google is getting real-time access to patient data at 3 London hospitals under a new pilot program.
Janus Rose
4.30.16
News

Inside One Family’s Bureaucratic Struggle to Find Out if Their Missing Daughter Is Still Alive

Canadian regulations around government records for Status Indians makes it impossible for even investigators to access basic clues to her whereabouts.
Jane Gerster
12.21.15
Health

Can We Mine Life-Saving Health Data Without Sacrificing Privacy?

Larry Page said mining health care data could "probably save 100,000 lives." But there's a reason we're protective of it.
Victoria Turk
6.27.14
Features

The Genome's Big Data Problem

As genome sequencing proliferates, we need to figure out the issues around collecting, storing, and sharing genetic data.
Joseph Cox
6.4.14
Motherboard Blog

Police Could Access Medical Records in the UK's New Health Database

Doctor-patient confidentiality risks being undermined by the NHS's controversial data sharing scheme.
Victoria Turk
2.7.14
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