56 posts and columns on health care
HealthTap, the mobile medical Q&A app, has raised $24 million in Series B funding led by Khosla Ventures. The two-year-old company describes its service as a remote “triage” for health care, something that may become increasingly relevant with the advent of Obamacare (also in this vein — an upcoming concierge health care app called Better). New Khosla partner Keith Rabois is joining the HealthTap board.
The real lesson here is that the scoop is and always has been a dangerous act of journalistic narcissism. Did it truly matter if one outlet “broke” the same information that other outlets — and the world of the Internet — knew a second before another?
– Jeff Jarvis on the failure of CNN, Fox and other outlets to report Thursday’s Supreme Court decision accurately