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November 26, 2014
Insurers' listings of in-network doctors often out of date
More medicine goes off limits in US drug-price showdown
Costs of responding to Ebola adding up
UPMC may have to tweak doctor contracts following Highmark terminations
Why are more and more hospitals partnering with each other?
Can the design of hospitals help patients recover faster?
November 25, 2014
Transforming Decision Support and Reporting
Slideshow: Healthcare Executives Eye Efficiency
The next Ebola? Health officials try to prepare for future outbreaks
Some experts dispute claims of looming doctor shortage
Upfront costs of going digital overwhelm some doctors
For rural veterans with PTSD, telemedicine may help
Radiologists are reducing the pain of uncertainty
November 24, 2014
CMS Mulls Income-Adjusting MA Stars
Aligning Executive Compensation with Provider Mission
Healthcare M&A leads global deal surge
Bay Area nurses, hospitals clash over Ebola training
Teamwork: TX program benefits hospitals, patients and students
Wheaton (IL) doctors work to spread positive message about house calls
Opinion: Teaching hospitals are the best place to test health innovation
We must protect vital '340B' drug discounts for safety net hospitals
November 21, 2014
Former NQF Co-Chair Linked to Conflicts of Interest in Journal Probe
The way we pay for healthcare is broken. A CEO describes how
A life-saving alternative to open heart surgery
CA hospitals reported 6,282 adverse events over four years
Study: Health IT use could affect physicians' capacity to see patients
That medical test costs $50, or is it $500?
November 20, 2014
Medicare Cost, Quality Data Tools Weak, Says GAO
Slideshow: Reforming Executive Compensation to Accelerate Change
MN legislator seeks stiffer penalties for attacks on nurses
Opinion: How medical care is being corrupted
Health system reveals hospital gown to cover rears
November 19, 2014
AMA Pushes Lame Duck Congress for SGR Repeal
Quality in Ambulatory Surgical Settings Gets a Closer Look
GAO: Government fails to provide adequate data on Medicare provider cost and quality
Hospitals improvise Ebola defenses, at a cost
CA regulator knocks Anthem, Blue Shield on Obamacare networks
Top VA official examines failures at TN hospitals
AG seeks to negotiate over MA hospital closure
9 healthcare innovations driven by open data
CHS sells another hospital to Prime Healthcare
Doctor shortage looming? Maybe not
Doctors with borders: How the US shuts out foreign physicians
November 18, 2014
Women's Health and Gender-Specific Guidelines
What does surgeon's death teach us about treating Ebola?
Opinion: How to improve hospital ED communications
Training helps doctors weigh risk of prescribing opioids
November 17, 2014
Surgeon who contracted Ebola virus in Sierra Leone dies at NE hospital
CIOs, CMOs Share EHR, Telehealth Adoption Experiences
Hospitals and pharmacies grapple with rising drug prices
Schumer to Obama: Reimburse NYC for $20M Ebola treatment
Few TX hospitals lose funding after 'immediate jeopardy'
CA adopts tough Ebola-protection rules for health workers
Invasion of medical records, hospital privacy on rise
November 14, 2014
Population Health Challenges HIT, Quality Leaders
TJC Announces 11% Increase in Top Performers
Family of Dallas Ebola victim settles with hospital that treated him
Hospitals criticize nurses' strike over safety, Ebola preparedness
Faculty shortage puts nursing field in critical condition
Survey: One third of physicians use telemedicine, one fifth are reimbursed
The insidious new ways Big Pharma is manipulating doctors' drug choices
When patients don't follow up
November 13, 2014
Population Health Risks and Rewards
AMA Calls for Coverage Expansion, SGR Repeal
Dallas hospital escapes lawsuit over Ebola treatment
Rural hospitals in critical condition
Study: Hospital workers wash their hands less frequently toward end of shift
November 12, 2014
Saline Compounding a Poor Option for Hospitals
End to Global Payments a 'Nightmare,' Surgeons Say
Hospital CEO contends with Medicaid conundrum
Doctors cash in on drug tests for seniors, and Medicare pays the bill
Medicare poised to cover CT scans to screen for lung cancer
U-M nurses to get pay in case of Ebola quarantine
WellCare questions Medicare Advantage ratings
FL hospital pledges millions to help solve homelessness
November 11, 2014
NY doctor infected with Ebola to be released from hospital
Confused by the ACA's 'narrow networks?' Physicians are too.
Shortage of Medicaid doctors? Not if you ask patients
November 10, 2014
Highmark Dreams of Growth Beyond Insurance
Steward Announces Medical Center Closure; AG to Investigate
Growing number of nurses being abused inside hospitals
Montefiore's new Bronx medical center emphasizes outpatient care
Fairmont (MN) hospital struggles after Mayo takeover
Needing to hire, chief of VA tries to sell doctors on change
Opinion: 5 examples of great healthcare management
November 7, 2014
Telehealth Gets More Coverage from CMS
Lung Biopsy Value, Costs Questioned
Voters Opt for Higher Wages, Safety Net Funding
All eyes on chief as new enrollment season nears
TX Ebola fears recede
How much is that MRI, really? MA shines a light
Flu season may bring rise in ER visits over Ebola fears
WellCare faces whistleblower case over denying payment for hospital stays
Four NYC hospitals to receive $1.6 billion for storm improvements
Maryland board proposes continuous monitoring of doctors' criminal activity
Steward plans to close Quincy Medical Center by end of year
UC Davis Medical Center nurses suit up for treating Ebola patients
Opinion: Hospitals earn the tax benefits they receive
November 6, 2014
Massachusetts AG Defends Partners M&A Deal
Two-Midnight, Pioneer ACO Rules Targeted by OIG
New Ebola funding request would dwarf previous commitment
FDA: Some Ebola patients should get placebo in drug tests
Opinion: Healthcare entrepreneurs—What's your 50+ strategy?
A key thing doctors can do to reduce hospital errors
What about lousy hospitals?
November 5, 2014
Slideshow: Healthcare Leaders Explore Emergency Department Solutions
Hospitals Seek Cost Savings in Alternative Fuel Sources
Less than 17% of Hospitals Demonstrate MU Stage 2 Capabilities, CMS Says
$37 million: Amount Dignity Health will settle for overbilling Medicare, military health program
TX to allow most returning Ebola workers to self-quarantine
VA to speed healthcare access in scandal's wake
Court rules Westport doctor can be sued for HIPAA violation
GA health system eliminating 219 positions
Memorial Hermann uses Google Glass to speed stroke treatment
Busting Grandma out: Hospitals can be a place to be saved from
November 4, 2014
OPPS 2015 Final Rule Detailed
The Impact of the ICD-10 Delays
Readmission Rates Can be Curbed by Longer LOS, Study Finds
Ebola nurse, ME settle quarantine suit
Malpractice reform won't do much to reduce health spending
Hospitals could pay big if they don't lower infection rates
Can this doctor save US healthcare?
Researchers develop new way to attack antibiotic-resistant bugs
Emotion is not the best medicine, Ebola case further shows
New hospital job: Patient satisfaction officer
Transportation troubles hinder care for healthcare superusers
November 3, 2014
The Indirect ROI of Retail and Wellness Models
NQF Wants Risk-Adjusted Outcomes, Costs, Payments
Behind CMS's $840M Move to Fix Physicians' Practices
Hospitals wrestle with extent of Ebola treatment
Kaci Hickox criticizes 'abundance Of politics' behind mandatory quarantines
NBC/WSJ poll: 71% back mandatory quarantines for Ebola health workers
Prescription drug overdoses burden hospitals, the economy
Carondelet sale leaves future of two hospital foundations in doubt
Cleveland Clinic invests in 'functional medicine' to fix dysfunctions in healthcare
Bracing for the falls of an aging nation