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Outmoded Hospital Policies Create Hungry, Sleep-deprived Patients

Physiologic stress is being needlessly inflicted on patients because, despite their education and expertise, some doctors are reluctant to shed traditions. But any hospital, regardless of size or budget, can do better to... Read More
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Opinion: Misunderstanding ProPublica—Transparency, confidence intervals, and the value of data

Ashish Jha /, October 9, 2015

Stars Rise, Fade in 2016 Medicare Advantage Ratings

John Commins, for HealthLeaders Media, October 9, 2015

Health Policy Experts Fear the Worst With Payer Mergers

Shannon Firth, MedPage Today, October 9, 2015

Bill would add nurses, physician assistants to pharma payments database

ProPublica / NPR, October 9, 2015

More cancer docs spurn pricey drugs

NBC News / Reuters, October 9, 2015

Closing a hospital, and fearing for the future

The New York Times, October 9, 2015

Obama signs 14th bill making changes to Obamacare

USA Today, October 9, 2015

Patients who feel ready to leave the hospital are more satisfied

Reuters, October 9, 2015

Sensitive blood test may help ER docs rule out heart attack

CBS News / HealthDay, October 9, 2015

8 healthcare insights from a longtime Washington insider

Healthcare IT News, October 9, 2015

Opinion: Telemedicine is vital to reforming healthcare delivery

Harvard Business Review, October 9, 2015

MI nurses say they work too much OT

Lansing State Journal, October 9, 2015

800-pound man kicked out of hospital for ordering pizza

The Boston Globe, October 9, 2015

How Hospitals are Cutting SSI Rates

Sandra Gittlen, October 8, 2015

Better Discharge Planning May Cut Postpartum Risks

Alexandra Wilson Pecci, for HealthLeaders Media, October 8, 2015

Boost VBP with Financial Incentives For Physicians

Gregory A. Freeman, October 8, 2015

Whistleblower doctor warns about hospitals hiring physicians

U.S. News & World Report / Kaiser Health News, October 8, 2015

State of NJ may bid to buy Newark hospital in bankruptcy, October 8, 2015

New FL physician group to open 12 urgent-care clinics

Orlando Business Journal, October 8, 2015

A mammogram's price can vary by nearly $1,000, study finds

Kaiser Health News, October 8, 2015


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