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July 31, 2014
Obamacare dividends pile up for hospitals as patients pay
Hospitals Likely to Outsource ICD-10 at Launch
Senators Hear How Two-Midnight Rule Harms Patients, Hospitals
House approves bill overhauling VA healthcare
5 reasons we can't predict the future of health costs
Johnson & Johnson urging doctors to steer clear of hysterectomy device
KY attorney general seeks to join Kosair Children's Hospital fight
Novant Health to roll out EMR system at Triad hospitals this weekend
Hospitals look to ease anxiety over scanning machines
July 30, 2014
Premium Subsidy Fight Creating Uncertainty for Hospitals, Health Plans
IOM Identifies GME Problems, Calls for Finance Changes
A health trade-off that's here to stay: Lower cost, limited choice
Geisinger CEO to resign in 2015
Kaiser, Hopkins collaborate on patient care
Jobs at risk as Mission Health eyes deep budget cuts
Healthcare security: CSOs needed
Why are dope-addicted, disgraced doctors running our drug trials?
Some hospitals won't reveal how much they pay U.S. News for use of 'Best Hospitals' logo
July 29, 2014
Deal allots $17 billion for overhaul of VA healthcare system
Medicare Advantage Carriers See 'No Choice' But to Accept Cuts
Physicians to Appeal 'Docs v. Glocks' Ruling in FL
Medicare's hospital trust fund appears flush until 2030
Assurant Health to pay $30.8M in Obamacare rebates — most in nation
Health Policy Commission says discharge trends driving MA healthcare spending
Insecure communications costly for hospitals
Medical identity theft can threaten health
Two Kansas City area hospitals to be sold
Improving the 'handoff' in children's hospitals cuts down on errors
Can doctors teach the body to cure cancer?
Some FL doctors are refusing to accept Obamacare
July 28, 2014
CA Fines 8 Hospitals for Medical Errors
As Medicare Advantage Cuts Loom, Disagreement Over Program's Stability
Maryland hospitals aren't reporting all errors and complications, experts say
AK hospitals in spat over patient agreements
High prices raise questions about hospitals' charity status
Other hospitals help Hopkins pay $190 million settlement
Sanford Health settles lawsuit alleging kickbacks to doctors
New pay model leads some physicians to leave Mercy
NY state healthcare experiment emphasizes prevention
Hospital or hotel? New hospitals take cues from hospitality industry
July 25, 2014
New Orleans East Hospital opens quietly, still seeking accreditation
July 24, 2014
Two Americas on healthcare, and danger of further division
Uncompensated costs, regulations hurting rural KY hospitals
July 22, 2014
Contradictory Obamacare Rulings Issued by Appellate Courts
NH hospitals form umbrella group to explore lowering costs
July 21, 2014
Rural IA hospital courts urban patients
AL Hospitals Taking Hit
Weeks after fire, Crittenden Regional Hospital (TN) has re-opened
As States Regulate Provider Competition, Common Threads Emerge
July 18, 2014
Texas Health partners with CVS on walk-in health clinics
July 17, 2014
CareFirst Announces PCMH Program Results
Chronic Disease Care Costs Get Bipartisan Attention
Specialty care is a challenge in some ACA plans
LSU hospital privatization deals cost less than expected
Seton Medical Center workers seek to preserve jobs, services with sale of hospital
'Boot camp' teaches doctor, nurse teamwork
Flu shots lag among MA acute-care workers, regulators find
Registered nurses increasingly delay retirement, study finds
The case for concierge medicine
July 16, 2014
HCA boosts guidance as hospital chain's profit beats estimates
July 15, 2014
Mayo Tops U.S. News Best Hospitals Rankings
July 14, 2014
Community Hospital Corp. Subsidiary Readies 5 LTACHs
Hospitals continue to shut down in rural America
Violent crimes at hospitals on the rise
Charlotte places sixth for most expensive healthcare in nation
ID ranks 31 nationally for healthcare
OH rural hospitals face financial woes
July 9, 2014
Surgeon Breaks Through Boys' Club, Scales Olympic Heights
$100M in federal funds to go to local health centers
In TN, limited patient options bring some of cheapest premiums
July 8, 2014
2015 OPPS Proposed Rule Detailed
Critical Times for Small and Rural Hospitals
The giant problem American healthcare ignores
How IL has spent $56M from health law's prevention fund
AL physicians form network to provide private care for state veterans
July 7, 2014
Providence, Swedish Health Launch Employer-Driven ACO
Emergency Surgeries Drop with Insurance Expansion in MA
Fees Lurk in Health Plans' Shift to e-Payments
Drive-thru healthcare: How McDonald's inspired an urgent care gold rush
Opinion: The risks of hospital mergers
The healthcare waiting game
Doctors may soon be paid for not making you wait
Health Net vows to improve healthcare coverage, service
Triangle (NC) hospitals go Epic with multimillion-dollar software
Investments being made in rural healthcare in ND
Good Shepherd Hospital's $247 million makeover begins
July 2, 2014
Hospitals Urged to Review Visitation Policies
Beaumont Health Clears Key Hurdles in Latest Merger Try
2 GA Healthcare Systems Ink Partnership Deal
CDC: Painkiller prescription rates vary widely among states
NIH creates network to tackle mysterious diseases
Inspector General reports find problems with Obamacare eligibility
MA Governor Signs ICU nurse-staffing bill
OR program allows mediation for medical errors instead of suing
VA hospital claims turn-around on wait times
Governor intervenes in Hopkins Hospital labor dispute
Opinion: Healthcare data analytics gone wrong
Audit finds MA doctors' criminal cases go unreported
Jury: St. Luke's Hospital should not have sued families from unsuccessful killer nurse lawsuit
July 1, 2014
Infection Prevention Effort Targets Hospital Handshakes
Providers Blast CMS on Two-Midnight Rule
Can the Procter & Gamble CEO clean up the VA?
UnitedHealth, an insurer switching roles, helps hospitals on Medicare billing
Doctors shortage worsening, demand growing
Many hospitals struggle to understand their own cost data
Big data helps insurer pinpoint at-risk patients
MGH to screen all patients for substance abuse
Cheaper premiums in 'copper' health plans mean higher costs to pay if you get sick
Opinion: What’s in a health economist's toolbox for controlling cost growth?
Doctors' group advises against regular pelvic exams