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August 29, 2014
Transforming Cancer Care
NFP Hospitals' Revenue Growth at 'All-Time Low'
More data to be withheld from database of physician payments
Freestanding ERs target suburbs, rural panel told
Why are there so few doctors in rural America?
Parkland's patient care draws federal scrutiny
MN doctors now must report dense breast tissue on mammograms
August 28, 2014
Sharp HealthCare Leaves Pioneer ACO Program
Acute Kidney Injury Gets New Focus
3 ways insurers can discourage sick from enrolling
IBM's Watson: Can it improve returns on R&D?
Northwestern Memorial HealthCare, Cadence Health finalize merger
Lake Shore (NY) hospital plans to stay open under its own management
Some St. Charles Parish, LA Hospital employees might not be rehired after merger
Hospitals' hand washing strategies effective in reducing patient infection rates
A hotline for end-of-life care
August 27, 2014
MA an Insurance Proving Ground for Providers
Targeting Self-Insured Populations
Obama plans more measures to improve healthcare for veterans
Nonprofit hospitals' 2013 revenue lowest since recession, report says
10 ways to strengthen healthcare security
Study: Medicaid payouts for office visits may influence cancer screening
Opinion: Patient portals—Strategies for engaging users
TN hospitals trail nation in preventing MRSA
Doctors' pay: IN hospitals fighting to keep it under wraps
August 26, 2014
Docs Fret as HHS Addresses Malpractice Reporting 'Loopholes'
mHealth Tackles Readmissions
No link found for deaths and veterans' care delays
Medicare star ratings allow nursing homes to game the system
Doctors' house calls for frailest patients save cash, study finds
NY ranks second for its number of doctors
Doctors reiterate need for free medical clinic
Novant Health exec pay jumps to $25.2M amid retirement-plan changes
Crittenden Regional Hospital to close next month
Mayo offers at-home colon cancer test; stool sample goes in the mail
It helps to have a hospital room with a view
August 25, 2014
Proton Beam Therapy Poised for Growth in US
'Kafkaesque' Value System Unfairly Penalizes Doctor Pay
Hospitals look for new ways to collect unpaid medical bills
As investors buy struggling hospitals, big change comes to NJ healthcare
Patient worries emerge over chargemasters at Pittsburgh's regional hospitals
CHS breach a sign of healthcare's security illness
Community Healthcare forms a clinical integration model for patient care
Opinion: The new face of healthcare innovation—7 ways telemedicine changes the healthcare landscape, and what it means for you
August 22, 2014
Apple steps up health push as it begins talks with insurers
LSU sends collection letter to hospital manager
TJC Warns Hospitals of Deadly Medical Tubing Mistakes
Slideshow: How Healthcare Leaders Are Investing in Heart Health
Since Obamacare, ER visits down at L.A. County public hospitals
Judge's ruling favors Globe in Steward complaint
Flint clinic offers holistic healthcare services
Layoffs at University Medical Center in NV called necessary, overdue
St. Luke's Health System (ID) may acquire Weiser hospital
Are your organization's medical records vulnerable to theft?
Opinion: EHR must fit into doctor-patient relationship
Lies, damned lies, and medical science
August 21, 2014
The secret committee behind our soaring healthcare costs
CA Powers Up $80M HIE to 'Create Value in the Data'
Half of All Primary Care, Internal Medicine Jobs Unfilled in 2013
US hospitals have had 68 Ebola scares, CDC says
What it really means when doctors say they don't take insurance
Inside view of medical imaging: A $3B vision for WA
90% of hospitals and clinics lose their patients' data
Here's how doctors may have saved Cincinnati firms $32M
August 20, 2014
Patients gain, and maybe lose, as doctors consolidate
State board took action against Virginia hospital official
August 19, 2014
Consumerism Drives Healthcare Branding, Rebranding Efforts
PA Ranks See 'Phenomenal Growth,' Lack of Diversity
HHS pressed on insurance discrimination claims
Parkland hospital in trouble again for patient safety problems that could jeopardize its funding
Hospitals reconsider charity for patients who decline health coverage
Too many cancer screenings wasted on those facing death
In study, questions about who should perform in-office surgeries
Doctor, patient communication needs to be examined
New bill to give PA doctors protection from lawmakers
Rethinking hospital restraints
August 18, 2014
CHS Hacked, 4.5M Patient Records Compromised
Antibiotic Overuse a 'Huge Threat' to Patient Safety, Says CDC
Business Roundup: M&A Activity Down Slightly in First Half of 2014
Medicare to start paying doctors who coordinate needs of chronically ill patients
Government will withhold one-third of the records from database of physician payments
Wide range of CA hospital charges for blood tests called 'irrational'
Hospitals must help patients access digital records — or else
Healthcare chain's bid for 6 CA hospitals draws protest
OK's rural hospitals work to stay open, viable
Medicare ruling could mean $12 million hit to VT hospitals
Healthcare boosts Charlotte's economy as industry preps for change
Opinion: Let's stop trying to force consumers to 'engage' with their healthcare
August 15, 2014
New Goals, New Alliances
CFO Exchange: Top Revenue Growth Opportunities ID'd
Large Employers Trimming Healthcare Spending
FDA warns about fake Ebola drugs
How agents hunt for fraud in trove of Medicare data
Key takeaways from the Medicare trustees' report
Surgeons, physicians top CareerCast list of 10 best-paying jobs
Why hospitals are investing in telemedicine technology
WA gets $300,000 to train nurses as shortage gets more severe
Designing an upside-down, hurricane-proof hospital for New Orleans
August 14, 2014
HIEs Adding Data Analytics Capabilities
VA referrals to private doctors on rise
Nonprofit hospitals at a tipping point from mounting challenges
Opinion: The best doctors money can buy?
'Patients' who act sick valuable as teaching tool
Practicing on patients
How healthcare costs gobbled up wages
Slideshow: Patient Experience Transformation—Engaged Patients, Measurable Standards
August 13, 2014
FDA's Social Media Gambit 'A Long Shot,' Says Patient Advocate
In Cancer Survivors, Colonoscopy Risks Rise with Age
Plan to reveal pharmaceutical payments to doctors hits snag
UN Chief urges world's physicians, nurses to help in Ebola outbreak
An amazing healthcare revolution is happening in Maryland — and almost no one's talking about it
Hospital CIO says health IT needs major rehab
Drug discount program needs help, researchers say
Childbirth complications: Some hospitals have 5 times more, but which ones?
5 trends driving Cincinnati's healthcare building boom
Opinion: Wearable tech can extend clinical analytics
August 12, 2014
Medical Training Gets a Second Life
More Rankings, Less Value?
Apple wants to be 'a hub of health data,' is in talks with top hospitals
FDA approves first DNA-based test for colon cancer
Device recall means tougher surgeries
Opinion: The need for nutrition education in med schools
The question doctors can't ask
Top doctors, dead or alive
August 11, 2014
VBP Program Impact, Incentives Questioned
6-System Partnership to Cover 9 in 10 WI Residents
Growing trend: Hospitals post procedure prices online
Survey shows Twin Cities hospitals financially OK
With health law, ERs still packed
Four things to know about the Hartford HealthCare-Anthem dispute
Explaining hospitals' dismal hit rate on electronic records
Opinion: Healthcare for $4—Are you ready for Walmart to be your doctor?
August 8, 2014
Training Physicians for Empathy
EHR Adoption Slow, Information Exchange Lagging
Obama signs bill giving more than $16 billion to scandal-plagued VA
Doctors' 'conflict of interest' database gets delayed
HHS report finds Medicare Advantage plans exaggerate members' diseases to make more money
Obamacare creates 'upheaval' at free clinics
In ambitious bid, Walmart seeks foothold in primary care services
Majority of doctors go digital
Fast track for primary care docs at one CA university
The trouble with medicine's metaphors
August 7, 2014
Feds stop public disclosure of many serious hospital errors
Simple EHR Function May Trigger Audits, Hospitalist Cautions
Interstate Medical Licensure Could Ease Physician Shortages
WHO to convene panel on use of experimental Ebola drugs
VA executive: Wait times can be fixed in 2 years
First look at Medicare quality incentive program finds little benefit
Suspicious prescriptions for HIV drugs abound in Medicare
Maryland state works to reduce preventable hospitalizations
Opinion: Can healthcare execs be security experts too?
A junior doctor's salary
August 6, 2014
CHS Cites 'Shifting' Standards in Fraud Allegation Settlement
Ebola: CDC Briefs Clinicians; Hospitals Say They’re Ready
2015 IPPS Final Rule Detailed
Cerner to buy Siemens health data unit for $1.3 billion
Groups call for delay in physician transparency database
When healthcare prices stop being hidden, and start getting real
With funds for physician training set to expire, rural doctor shortage persists
Online medical records may soon become a reality in CA
Opinion: Expensive hospitals aren't any better
Hospitals equip to serve severely obese patients
'Cowboy' doctors could be a half-a-trillion-dollar American problem
August 5, 2014
Community Health Systems pays $98M to settle DOJ claims
Some doctors unhappy with lower-paying marketplace healthcare plans
Statin guidelines change, but your doctor may not go along
Doctors fear growing hospital superbug
August 4, 2014
Concierge medicine a growing trend in healthcare
Business Roundup: Duke LifePoint Expands NC Footprint
Hospitals Prep for More Patients with Dementia
TARP for hospitals
$1,000 hepatitis pill shows why fixing health costs is so hard
CT hospital offers patient updates at your fingertips
New breastfeeding initiative changes some Philadelphia hospitals' policy
Hospital killing shows safety gap in mental health
Opinion: Jobs are growing. Healthcare is booming. So why are hospitals flat?
August 1, 2014
2015 HIX Premium Hikes May Top 7%
CMS Confirms ICD-10 Deadline
6 states, DC extending Medicaid pay raise next year to primary care doctors
Maybe there's not a doctor shortage, after all
Opinion: Five engagements that will define the future of health
Boston hospitals on the lookout for Ebola Virus