MediBid reduces healthcare costs using free market principles of competition & transparency in healthcare. Our costs are usually 80% lower than billed rates
I read an article where one woman used this site to reduce the price of a quoted 45k hip surgery down to 13k. In a system where hospitals treat patients like consumers, it only makes sense that patients start shopping around.
You may not know the name Lumus now, but expect to be hearing a lot from them in the future. When we first met the Lumus rep Ari Grobman two years ago he showed us some amazing technology. It was basically an ...
HD glasses...kinda reminds me of a Season 3 episode of Sherlock.
It's the end of the line for Windows XP. Microsoft is planning to use pop-up warnings to remind users to upgrade and it could start as soon as next week. Windows XP will end its 12-year successful run on April 8th and Microsoft wants the considerable number of users to shift over to more modern…
A study by GOP Senate staffers finds that federal officials repeatedly fail to take basic preventive actions.
from the article: "The message broadcast in several states last winter was equal parts alarming and absurd: “Civil authorities in your area have reported that the bodies of the dead are rising from their graves and attacking the living. . . . Do not attempt to approach or apprehend these bodies, as they are considered extremely dangerous.” The reported zombie invasion was not something out of the “The Walking Dead.” It was the federal Emergency Alert System under control of hackers — who exploited weaknesses that are disturbingly common in many critical systems throughout government..."
The 24 year old Pavel Sapozhnikov tries to reproduce the lifestyle of the Russian ancestors in the year 1100 and lives an ascetic life with very little human contact by participating in one of the most extreme sociopsychological experiments in...