Medical records firm files for bankruptcy; GE, Intel create new lab to test healthcare technologies;

> Impairment Resources LLC, a medical records firm based in San Diego, filed for bankruptcy late last week after medical data on more than 14,000 patients was stolen during a break-in at the company's office building, according to the Wall Street Journal. The information included addresses, social security numbers and medical diagnoses of patients. Article

> StartUp Health announced the "healthcare transformers" that will make up the first class for the StartUp Health Academy for Health and Wellness Entrepreneurship. Among those in the inaugural class are Medivo CEO Sundeep Bhan, who looks to improve the usage of lab testing, and DailyFeats CEO Veer Gidwaney, who is working to improve health through behavior change. Announcement

> GE Healthcare and Intel jointly created a new laboratory in Israel aimed at testing new healthcare technologies, Reuters reports. Post

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