Less Than 1 Percent Of Blood Test Results Voided Or Corrected, Theranos Says
The company's announcement, however, has left even more confusion in its wake.
The Associated Press:
Theranos Says Only 1% Of Results Affected
Less than 1 percent of the blood test results Theranos has provided have either been voided or corrected, according to the company, which last month said it was canceling or altering tens of thousands of results, including two years of results on some of the company's proprietary machines. (6/3)
In other news, Modern Healthcare examines a growing trend of compensating board members at health care systems —
To Pay Or Not To Pay: Some Not-For-Profit Systems Give Board Members Big Pay
In 2015, Sally Smith made $3.9 million as CEO of Buffalo Wild Wings, the investor-owned restaurant chain that is a mecca of hot wings, beer, sports and heartburn. Smith also sits on the board of Allina Health, a hospital system headquartered in Minneapolis, as is Buffalo Wild Wings, colloquially known as “B-Dubs.” It's an interesting juxtaposition for Smith: providing guidance to a $3.8 billion health system dedicated to improving everyone's health while running a company built on bar food and booze. (Herman, 6/4)