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Healthline Welcomes DiabetesMine

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At Healthline.com, our goal is to deliver health information that educates, engages and inspires people to improve their health. Meaningful, relevant content is the focus of our website, as well as the condition-specific social communities we manage on Facebook. Today, we announced the acquisition of DiabetesMine, a top consumer blog for the diabetes community. Content…

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Gazing into the Crystal Ball: Five Healthcare Predictions for 2015

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In 2014, the Affordable Care Act put a strong stake in the health IT landscape, shifting critical healthcare conversations from simple theory to reality. Today, all healthcare stakeholders – providers, payers and technology vendors – are getting serious about making healthcare delivery more efficient and more effective. Even the big tech players like Apple, Oracle…

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Get Your Votes In – Healthline Kicks Off Best Health Blogs of 2014 Contest Today

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Each year, we recognize and honor the top health blogs of the year with Healthline.com’s annual Best Health Blogs Contest. The contest shines light on those blogs that have really made an impact on their reader community and provided them with valuable information and resources to help them live better, healthier lives. Since its inception, the…

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Healthline Features Launched on New Redesigned MSN Site

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MSN’s newly redesigned Health & Fitness site launched last month with Healthline technology, including Healthline’s Taxonomy (powering MSN’s Symptom Checker and “3D Human Body”) and content such as Healthline’s comprehensive HealthReference Library and visual BodyMaps. Building on Healthline’s existing collaboration with Microsoft, these capabilities invite MSN.com visitors to access and explore information to help them…

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Americans Skip Medical Treatments for Cost Reasons; Give Health Insurance a Failing Grade

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With the 2015 open enrollment season quickly approaching, many Americans are grappling with the plethora of health insurance plan options available to them for the next year. To get a better sense of the current state of healthcare insurance in the U.S, Healthline.com recently conducted a survey among its website visitors to examine consumer opinions…

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Teamwork and Joyful Healthful Living at the Healthline Cornhole Tournament

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Here at Healthline, we take our Core Values seriously. Sometimes that means not taking ourselves seriously at all. For the past two weeks, 32 Healthliners have been participating in the company’s Second Annual Healthline Cornhole (Baggo) Tournament. For anyone who isn’t sure what the game of cornhole is, you’ve probably seen it being played in…

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SXSW, Here We Come!

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After an intense couple of months of PanelPicker voting for SXSW 2015, we were all excited to find out this week that Healthline’s proposed session on cancer care was selected for the SXSW Interactive Festival! Breast cancer survivor, patient advocate and blogger Ann Silberman will be hitting the stage with Healthline.com’s own David Kopp in…

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Living Our Values

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In the competitive healthcare and tech industries, it can be difficult to find and retain top talent. Here at Healthline, we look for people who not only are good at what they do but also want to make a real difference in the company and the lives of people around the world. Two years ago,…

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Health 2.0: A Look at the Latest in Digital Health Innovation

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After attending Health 2.0’s 8th Annual Fall Conference a couple of weeks ago, it proved once again that Health 2.0 is the go-to event for the latest in digital health innovation. The 2014 conference spanned the healthcare landscape, covering wide-ranging topics, including: consumer tech and wearables, the patient voice in care delivery, patient-provider communication, personalized…

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