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Unwise Medical Choices Stubbornly Defy Eradication

Studies suggest both physicians and patients are reluctant to give up low-value healthcare services that waste money and can do more harm than good.

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A Payer and a Partner Make the Case for Extensivists

Alexandra Wilson Pecci, for HealthLeaders Media, February 10, 2016

Jackson Health: 'Rogue' employee suspected of stealing private patient information

The Miami Herald, February 10, 2016

Texas Health to build $37M drug and alcohol North Texas treatment facility

Dallas Business Journal, February 10, 2016

Opinion: When the hospital serves McDonald's

The Atlantic, February 10, 2016

Will patients flock to this new 'find a doctor' app?

Fast Company, February 10, 2016

CA Ballot Measure Seeks to Lower Prescription Drug Prices

Doug Desjardins, February 9, 2016

Medical Boards Fail to Punish Docs Who Commit Sexual Misconduct

John Commins, for HealthLeaders Media, February 9, 2016

White House seeks $1.8 billion for Zika virus response

NBC News, February 9, 2016

Bill would require identifying struggling VA hospitals

The Tennessean, February 9, 2016

Johns Hopkins approved for HIV-positive organ transplants

Sun Sentinel / Associated Press, February 9, 2016

Some dialysis patients give Medicare failing grade on ambulance trial

Kaiser Health News, February 9, 2016

Drop in prostate cancer screening reveals split among doctors

Reuters, February 9, 2016

Citing huge patient load, NY nurses seek rules on staffing

ABC News / Associated Press, February 9, 2016

Evidence-based practice underutilized, hospitals fall short on performance

Healthcare IT News, February 9, 2016

In hospitals, smoke-free doesn't mean abuse-free

The New York Times, February 9, 2016

When men get breast cancer, they enter a world of pink

NPR, February 9, 2016

Why it took years for the FDA to warn about infections tied to medical scopes

Los Angeles Times, February 8, 2016

How NCH Promotes Health Among a Widely Diverse Population

Julie Auton, for HealthLeaders Media, February 8, 2016

Fourth patient linked to mold outbreak at Pittsburgh hospital dies

Reuters, February 8, 2016

Barnes-Jewish Hospital opens new wing to test new care models

St. Louis Post-Dispatch, February 8, 2016


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