Google adds hundreds of health conditions to search results feature; Court finds UCLA Health not responsible for release of patient medical records;

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> Google is rolling out broad updates to its health conditions feature, which launched in February. Following the recent Legionaries outbreak in New York City, Google will add hundreds more health conditions, according to a post at its Inside Search blog. In addition, there will be virtual design improvements, a "download .pdf" link to print information to bring to the doctor's office and more information on "neglected tropical diseases." Post

> A California court has ruled that the University of California Los Angeles Health System is not be responsible for the release of a woman's medical records to a former boyfriend, according to The Hill. The plaintiff, Norma Lozano, sought $1.25 million after a temporary worker at the health system used a doctor's log-in information to access Lozano's medical data and texted photos of the data to others. Article

Health Provider News

> A Texas hospital must make several changes and improvements to avoid the mistakes that led to a patient with Ebola infecting two nurses prior to his death, according to an independent report released by Texas Health Resources, the hospital's parent company. Article

Health Insurance News

> Amid rising concern about sky-high costs and a sometimes-adversarial relationship between insurers and oncologists, Anthem is seeking to change the status quo with its Cancer Care Quality Program. Article

> Facing financial losses, Pittsburgh-based insurer Highmark will shift gears in terms of what it offers through the Affordable Care Act exchanges, opting for more narrow-network plans, according to the Wall Street Journal. Article

And Finally... Maybe they should just consider joint custody. Article