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forbes.com
Monday October 23, 2017 @ 12:45:52 AM mt

The Blockchain of Food



How to initiate, gain adoption and run a Blockchain of Food in the food supply chain.

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Monday October 23, 2017 @ 12:45:51 AM mt

Google May Share Its Titanic Revenues And Targeting Skills With News Outlets



In an era when digital advertising is widely dominated by the 'Big Two,' news that Google might give media a cut has the internet buzzing, and raises the question, 'What will Facebook do?'

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Monday October 23, 2017 @ 12:45:52 AM mt

Postcards from Europe; Part 3: Paris and Back to London



Paris is for lovers--and legal tech, too. It has a vibrant legal community--corporate and retail--utilizing technology and process to improve legal access/ delivery. Back in London, the Legal Geek Conference evoked images of a 'Legal Woodstock' and an emerging global legal community.

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Monday October 23, 2017 @ 01:48:34 AM mt

U.S. Economy Losing Billions As 'Trump Slump' Continues In Tourism Sector



A new study shows strong correlation between lagging US inbound arrivals and the travel bans.

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Monday October 23, 2017 @ 01:32:34 AM mt

GoPro: Antonio Cairoli FIM MXGP 2017 RD13 Czech Republic Qualifying Moto




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Monday October 23, 2017 @ 01:40:10 AM mt

The 2017 Patriots finally look as good as Tom Brady



The 2017 Patriots finally look as good as Tom Brady

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Monday October 23, 2017 @ 01:48:35 AM mt

Technista Talk: Neha Narkhede - LinkedIn Employee To Confluent Boss



Neha Narkhede shared her journey to becoming the CTO of Confluent, the company that created the Apache Kafka technology that gives businesses access to real time data. It is used by major companies worldwide including LinkedIn, Netflix, Pinterest, Airbnb, Verizon, Salesforce and more.

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Monday October 23, 2017 @ 01:38:47 AM mt

Helping The Refugee Crisis Through Design Forbes




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ncpa.org
Monday October 23, 2017 @ 01:15:35 AM mt

Maryland's Drug Price Gouging Law: The Potential Consequences



NCPA Senior Fellow Thomas Hemphill writes at RealClear Health:

On May 26, Maryland became the first state to pass a law which applies specifically to "price gouging" practices by generic pharmaceutical manufacturers of essential drugs. This law passed with overwhelming bipartisan support, 137-2-2 in the Maryland House of Delegates, and 38-7-2 in the Maryland Senate, had more than enough votes to override the Governor's veto. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan (R), in a letter to the speaker of the Maryland House, explained that he withheld his signature because the bill vaguely defines what constitutes "price gouging" and may not withstand a legal challenge on constitutional grounds.

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Monday October 23, 2017 @ 01:15:34 AM mt

Cost Transparency Improves Collections and Boosts Satisfaction



NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick writes for Managed Healthcare Executive:

One complaint about Obamacare is that deductibles have skyrocketed since its inception. The average deductible has about doubled in the past decade in the employer market, a phenomenon that began long before Obamacare. In 2016, the average deductible for employee-only coverage was $1,478. The average deductible for marketplace plans in 2017 is $6,105 (bronze) and $3,609 (silver). As a result of higher deductibles, many individuals are essentially having to pay virtually all their medical care bills out of pocket.

Patients are often shocked when they get hit with out-of-network medical bills or even just an expensive charge they did not expect. A recent survey claimed more than one-third (37%) of Americans could not pay a medical bill of $100 without incurring debt. One-in-five reported being so cash-strapped they could not pay anything toward a medical bill without incurring debt. In the same survey just more than half of Americans indicated they have received medical bills they could not pay.

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