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November 27, 2013
Nurse killed in stabbing rampage at TX medical center
Engaging the Chronic Care Patient
Easing nurse practitioner laws may save money at clinics
November 26, 2013
Victims in meningitis outbreak hope for criminal charges against compounding pharmacy
November 25, 2013
Business Roundup: Cadence Health, Rockford Health System to Merge
Analysis of huge data sets will reshape healthcare
November 22, 2013
Workflow Changes Could Relieve PCP Shortage
Healthcare industry vested in success of Obamacare
Spending more and getting less for healthcare
November 21, 2013
Pressure is On to Reduce Pressure Ulcers
Lower health increases could spur job growth, analysts say
Staff, visitors sue Las Vegas hospital in TB case
UC hospital workers begin one-day strike
November 20, 2013
Nurses Rap Payment Models Recommended by AMA
How Population Health Analytics Opens Opportunities for Better Care
Safety-net hospitals lose more under Medicare's quality-based payments
Senate passes bill to step up oversight of compounding pharmacies
Baptist Health System settles $3.5 million federal false claims lawsuit
Five takeaways: Why doctors stay mum about mistakes their colleagues make
November 19, 2013
Physician Executive Compensation Growth Slow, but Healthy
Higher Intensivist Staffing Levels Linked to Fewer ICU Deaths
Risk calculator for cholesterol appears flawed
November 18, 2013
Rethinking Retirement Plans for Healthcare Workers
At clinics, tumultuous lives and turbulent care
November 15, 2013
Geisinger, AtlantiCare Enter 'Integration' Talks
Nearly 1,500 hospitals penalized under Medicare program rating quality
Long-awaited kidney transplant canceled over hospital strike
Sheriff: Suspect shot, wounded inside hospital
November 14, 2013
HMA Board Approves $7.6B CHS Acquisition
Anatomy of a Readmissions Master Plan
AZ Governor seeks money to recruit more nurses
Pain med prescribing guidelines mostly agree
Patients, families are in the dark over risky MN nurses
Doctors told to get tougher with patients about weight
Tupelo hospital lays off 109 workers
November 13, 2013
1 in 5 Hospital Patients Who Leave AMA Are Uninsured
When healers get too friendly
November 12, 2013
Debate Over Delaying Individual Mandate Grows Louder
Physicians-for-Hire Must Tread Carefully
Doctors rely on helping hands to fill primary care gaps
November 11, 2013
Hospitals Address Compounding Concerns
Cuts in hospital subsidies threaten safety-net care
November 8, 2013
EHR Interoperability Remains Elusive
CEO Exchange: Physician Leadership Seen as Crucial
6 lifesaving lessons from the ER
In a disaster, will your hospital be ready?
Hospital room lighting may worsen patients' mood, pain
November 7, 2013
MU Audit Fears Escalate as HMA Returns $31M
Patient dies after hospital's monitoring alarms shut off
Sheriff cites confusion, glitches in search for missing hospital patient
November 6, 2013
Surgeons' Disrupted Sleep Not a Safety Factor
Health center closure raises concerns in St. Louis
November 5, 2013
Malpractice Insurance Strategies Evolve as Docs Get Hired
ECRI Announces Top 10 Healthcare Technology Hazards
Addicted nurses keep licenses
NY hospital group turns the tables on hospital graders
November 4, 2013
Intermountain Generating Population Health Data, Revenue
Project aims to tame flood of hospital ICU data
Fresh off its IPO, Charlotte-based healthcare alliance Premier Inc. aims for broader reach
November 1, 2013
3 in 4 Patients Want E-mail Consultations
Readmission Rates Stubborn, Even Among Best Hospitals
Midwives and nurses are as good as docs -- and sometimes better, WHO finds
Manhattan hospital confirms employee tested positive for tuberculosis