Breadcrumb Home Technology January 29, 2018 12:00 AM News from other sources Modern Healthcare Tweet Share Share Email More Print Public healthWorkplace wellness programs really don't work | BloombergEmployees participating in employer-led wellness programs don't have better health outcomes or lower costs, according to a new study. That's in part because the people who are likely to participate are already healthy.Information technologyGoogle is using 46 billion data points to predict the medical outcomes of hospital patients | QuartzIn a new study, Google researchers said their machine-learning software is better at predicting outcomes—such as death and readmissions—than current software. The study was not peer-reviewed.Health-care insurers are beefing up their apps to make you like them more | CNBCAs the flu rages, more people are using telemedicine. Meanwhile, insurers have been trying to get people to use their apps for things like messaging.AR prototype could let doctors see patients' insides on the outside | MobihealthnewsDoctors using ProjectDR can project CT and MRI scans onto patients' bodies. "This is a way to provide more context around the medical data," said one of the researchers who developed the device.In other newsSomething amazing will happen with the moon on Jan. 31 | The Washington PostOn January 31, there will be a total lunar eclipse of the full moon. There will also be a blue moon and a supermoon, which also happened on the first of the year. Letter to the Editor Send us a letter Have an opinion about this story? Click here to submit a Letter to the Editor, and we may publish it in print. Recommended for You Salesforce, Google, Facebook. How Big Tech undermines California's public health system. Five things to know about Privia Health's outsized IPO Sponsored Content View the discussion thread.