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MGMA Chief: 'Stop Whining and Start Leading'

Ahead of MGMA's annual conference in Nashville, the group's CEO says leaders of other industries are crucial to understanding and navigating healthcare transformation.

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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

New FL physician group to open 12 urgent-care clinics

Orlando Business Journal, October 8, 2015

NJ health officials say nurse reused syringes while giving flu shots; testing urged

Star Tribune / Associated Press, October 8, 2015

TX program aims to reduce physician shortage

Midland Reporter-Telegram, October 8, 2015

University of Pittsburgh's diabetes treatment technology licensed

Pittsburgh Business Times, October 8, 2015

TX veterans first to test cyber rehab system

The Miami Herald / Associated Press, October 8, 2015

Teladoc CEO says growth opportunities to prove doubters wrong

The Dallas Morning News, October 8, 2015

CA coroners have issues with new assisted death law

Los Angeles Times, October 8, 2015

Meaningful Use Stage 3 Final Rules Elicit Mixed Reactions

Scott Mace, for HealthLeaders Media, October 7, 2015

Healthcare Executives Median Base Salaries Up 3.1%

John Commins, for HealthLeaders Media, October 7, 2015

ONC Unveils Final Interoperability Roadmap

Lena J. Weiner, for HealthLeaders Media, October 7, 2015

Obamacare's MD effect: No patient rush, but more money

CNBC, October 7, 2015

Thomas Jefferson agrees to add Aria Health to its hospital network

The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 7, 2015

San Francisco is changing face of AIDS treatment

The New York Times, October 7, 2015

Can nursing homes get 300,000 dementia patients off deadly antipsychotics?

Al Jazeera America, October 7, 2015

Penn Medicine taps big data to save lives

InformationWeek, October 7, 2015

NYC hospital worker found dead after being locked in bathroom for days: Family

NBC New York, October 7, 2015


Industry stakeholders are trying new ways to deliver and pay for care, but the shift to value remains an unfinished journey. Find out more in the September issue of HealthLeaders Magazine



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