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‘The key issue there is the lack of competition’
Largest post-acute companies
Wildfires strain California hospitals
ACOs for specialty providers could be key to saving Medicare money
Software helps predict employee retention
Chicago tech startup faces claims of overbilling pharma clients
Some plastic surgeons’ social media antics raise eyebrows
Healthcare leaders downbeat on compromise ACA fix bill
Physicians are assessing their role in curbing gun violence
House to examine bill that would speed payment from VA Choice program
With or without emergency designation, providers are moving forward with strategies to combat overdoses
Anthem’s new PBM could spark change across the industry
Americans don’t want to go backward on healthcare; first, stabilize the markets
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A sampling of deals announced in the third quarter
CMS approves Kansas Medicaid waiver nixed by Obama administration
Maryland publicizes data on procedure cost, quality
Covered California adds 12.4% surcharge to silver plans
AMA launches collaborative data project
CMS makes first move to see if MACRA will save money
Intermountain disrupting itself to form a ‘model for tomorrow’
Mitigating The Impact Of Denials
End-of-life care, planning can no longer be an afterthought
Time to stop playing games with Americans’ healthcare
Errors in opioid prescriptions and use during patients’ hospital stays may be the cause of more harm than previously thought, according to a new analysis.
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M&A projected cost savings not always realized
Highmark Health will spend $1 billion to expand its Allegheny Health Network hospital chain, including building a 160-bed hospital in Pittsburgh’s North Hills suburbs
Athenahealth reported it had a tough third quarter as providers stepped back from the electronic health record vendor’s products,