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If Romney is GOP’s Pick, Healthcare Recedes as Campaign Issue

Philip Betbeze

Whether or not you love or hate healthcare reform in its current iteration, it's likely not going away. But when Republicans tell you it can be repealed, don't fall for it. They don't really believe it. >>>


Editor's Picks

7 Reasons Hospitals Buy Technology They Don't Need

We keep hearing that health providers should be cutting costs, so why do healthcare chiefs keep buying high-priced gadgets and gizmos that don't improve quality of care? Ego, vanity, and economics are the driving forces. >>>

Nudging Physicians Toward Accountability

A hospital leader discovers that putting the focus on culture as well as clinical and economic integration, can open physicians' eyes to accountable care structures. >>>

Intelligence Report: M&A—Hospitals Take Control

More than three-quarters of organizations are exploring or have M&A deals under way, according to this HealthLeaders Media Intelligence Report. Get the free report with exclusive research and analysis. >>>

News Headlines

Are Americans getting healthier?

The Wall Street Journal, January 13, 2012

Third Immediate Jeopardy for Cape Fear Valley Medical Center

HealthLeaders Media, January 13, 2012

The race to build more federally funded health centers in NJ, January 13, 2012

States oppose Obama healthcare Medicaid law

Reuters, January 12, 2012

Raising Medicare age would save $148B, CBO says

NationalJournal, January 12, 2012

Erlanger Health System begins executive shake-up

Chattanooga Times Free Press, January 12, 2012

NH: A state at war with its hospitals

Government Health IT, January 11, 2012

Court ruling won't kill ACA, hospital chief predicts

Highland Park News / Chicago Sun Times, January 11, 2012

Steward Health vs. Nurses Union Fight an Ugly Harbinger

HealthLeaders Media, January 10, 2012

Q&A: Farzad Mostashari on Meaningful Use, Privacy

HealthLeaders Media, January 10, 2012

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20 People Who Make Healthcare Better—2011

Determination and a willingness to take a chance are among the qualities we see in our annual HealthLeaders 20 as they set about dedicating their professional lives to making a difference for good in healthcare. >>>


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