Breadcrumb Home Technology September 04, 2018 01:00 AM News from other sources Modern Healthcare Tweet Share Share Email More Print PayersYou'll never guess which company is reinventing health benefits | The New York TimesComcast, the largest cable company in the U.S., has kept healthcare costs almost flat by investing in healthcare companies that lower costs by engaging patients , such as Accolade.ProvidersLatest perk for tech companies: doctor visits at work | San Francisco ChronicleDoctors from healthcare startup Heal make house calls—at work. Those visits save money for patients, who might otherwise be going to the ER.TechnologyPhone apps help heart patients remember meds | ReutersApps that remind patients to take their cardiac medications may improve adherence, according to a new study from Australia.FDA looks to bolster regulatory decisions using real-world data | Health Data ManagementTo inform its regulatory work, the FDA is upping its use of billing, claims, and EHR data. The agency will use real-world evidence for post-marketing safety surveillance and for label indications, according to FDA commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb.In other news98.6 degrees is a normal body temperature, right? Not quite | Wired98.6 is not, in fact, the "normal" human body temperature. That number comes in part from the flawed measurements of a 19th century thermometer. 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 Sponsored Content View the discussion thread.