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Done CEO, president arrested, charged with $100M fraud on Adderall distribution in first Federal case on telemedicine prescribing (updated)

Done effectively done at the C-level, but not done in business yet. Last Thursday, Ruthia He, the founder/CEO, and David Brody, listed as the clinical president of Done Global (Done), were arrested in California on a Federal indictment filed in the US District Court for the Northern District of California. They are charged with providing easy online teleprescription access to Adderall and other Schedule II stimulants through patients paying a monthly subscription fee and skirted the normal restrictions provided in the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) and other regulations. By providing easy access and raising subscription fees, He and Brody are... Continue Reading

UK pathology services Synnovis hacked by Qilin ransomwareistes, demand $50M, justify attack due to UK involvement in “wars”

Pathology services provider Synnovis ransomwared, services continue to be disrupted. The Bloomberg report states that the Russia-based ransomware group Qilin is demanding a $50 million payment, in exchange for a code to unlock affected computers and software, which is the usual M.O. The ‘or else’ is that the hackers will post online the patient data stolen in the attack, according to a ‘spokesman’ quoted by Bloomberg, using a messaging account associated with the Qilin gang. FTA: “A representative for the hackers said that they were very sorry for the people who suffered, but refused to accept responsibility for the human... Continue Reading

Short takes: Virtual Therapeutics, Akili in $34M merger; why health clinics are struggling; Dollar General, DocGo call it quits; Clover Assistant AI debuts; fundings for Wanda Health (UK), Updoc (AU); Telstra buys out Fred IT (AU)

Two mental health companies with complementary digital therapeutics plan to merge. Virtual Therapeutics, which approaches mental health through VR-enabled games, and Akili Interactive, with online prescription games designed for ADHD and other cognitive impairments, yesterday announced plans to merge. The new company will retain the Virtual Therapeutics name and go private, with Akili operating as a subsidiary. The cash buyout to Akili shareholders will be based on $0.4340 per share of common stock (Nasdaq) or $34 million, a premium around 4%. Akili had announced on 29 April that it was seeking “strategic alternatives”. Shares were trading then at $0.235 so... Continue Reading

Oracle’s Glueck kicks back hard at Business Insider’s ‘deadly gamble’ article, Epic’s Faulkner (now with additional audio commentary)

...a provocative article in a small online publication (ask Elon Musk) what Oracle doesn’t want–very long legs and a long shelf life. Plus now, there is even more reason for BI to beat up on Oracle. Perhaps ignoring it, coupled with a sober internal communication (email/intranet/Slack) on the progress being made with the VA EHR (given that internal comms leak onto Reddit and similar), would have been the best response choices. And what about a conversation with BI? Like the old Sicilian saying about revenge, dishes like this should be served cold. Some interesting responses to the Oracle blog post... Continue Reading

Perspectives: How Collaborative Care Combats Physician Burnout

...about EBIs across various medical fields; that can include digital libraries/databases, clinical decision support systems, mobile applications, telehealth platforms and online resources. Frequent reviews and an inclusive patient approach Frequent reviews help identify and address areas for practice improvement due to informative feedback they provide. An inclusive patient approach reduces burnout and provides a sense of fulfillment among providers by nurturing greater patient engagement and increasing satisfaction. Comprehensive care supports patients In addition to benefiting health care providers, comprehensive care benefits patients, too. Impact analysis Impact analysis fosters an in-depth understanding of a patient’s needs and responses to treatment, leading... Continue Reading

Breaking news: Veradigm may sell, merge, or seek ‘strategic alternatives’; appoints new interim CEO effective June (updated)

...Corporation, in which this Editor was once part of as a manager/director in the Avis Rent A Car unit, was sold or spun off in parts in 2005-6. Once a giant in hotel, car rental, timesharing, real estate brokerage, online booking, and other parts of travel, by 2005 the primary shareholder/CEO decided that the share value was not reflective of the company value, and proceeded to sell and spin off its businesses–rather smartly before the real estate crash in 2007-8. Perhaps Veradigm does not see a way forward in running its diverse healthcare businesses even where it has a strong... Continue Reading

News roundup: UHG CEO’s Bad Day at Capitol Hill; Kaiser’s 13.4M data breach; Walgreens’ stock beatup; Cigna writes off VillageMD; Oracle Cerner shrinks 50%; Owlet BabySat gets Wheel; fundings for Midi, Trovo, Alaffia, Klineo

...wiggle room on over two months of totally disrupted processing and payment. The billion or so cited sounds impressive but much of this is in loans. Most practices and groups simply do not have the financial cushion or billing skillset to bridge this disruption, to pay back loans, or to bookkeep this. Also criticized at this late date was UHG being unable to determine how many individuals had PHI exposed in the breach. As to cause, the description of UHG finding that surprise, surprise, Change’s systems were way out of date, stored on physical servers versus the cloud, and used... Continue Reading

Who really has the 4TB of Change Healthcare data 4 sale? And in great timing, Optum lays off a rumored 20K–say wot?

...2) was it ‘notchy’s data’, and 3) how did RansomHub obtain it if not ‘notchy’? RansomHub also leaked some screenshots of 2011-2013 Medicare claims data. This old data raises even more questions on why this data was even available online and not stored offline…unless…. RansomHub’s 15 April posting included this statement, “The more we go through the data the more we are shocked of the amount of financial, medical, and personal information we find and it will be more devastating than the first attack itself.” By 16 April, DataBreaches reported that the listing read: Change HealthCare – OPTUM Group –... Continue Reading

TandemStride launches platform to assist survivors of traumatic injury; a personal look

A peer-support platform for those with life-altering injuries. TandemStride is an app for the use and support of those with traumatic injury. It is structured as a peer-to-peer platform to connect those who are injured–from amputations to head and spinal injuries–to mentors and others to share their experiences and connect to resources. The app, available for free on Google Play and the Apple App Store, matches patients with peers who have progressed well in their recovery, with guidance from the TandemStride Assistant. It also connects them with resources such as the Trauma Survivors Network, United Spinal Association, Amputee Coalition, and... Continue Reading

ISfTeH student contest and award 2024–deadline 26 April!

From Frederic Lievens of the International Society for Telehealth and e-Health: For this year’s ISfTeH Student Contest and Award, we are inviting ISfTeH student members to submit an abstract about their work, research, project or experience in the field of telemedicine and digital health. Deadline for submission is April 26th. For information on how to submit your abstract, contact our ISfTeH Student Membership coordinator, Dr. Simone Farah. The selected abstracts will be presented ‘live’ by the students during two online sessions on May 17th and June 14th. Later this year, in October, the award session will take place, in which... Continue Reading