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Business schools could aid health system problem solving
Nov 21 | Tammy Worth
Collaboration with university-based business schools can bring a new perspective to hospital and health ...
Narrow networks can work if ACOs share risk
Nov 21 | Julie Appleby
While narrow networks aren't new, they have emerged as one of insurers' major levers for keeping costs down ...
45 rural hospitals losing critical access status, must reapply
Nov 21 | Anthony Brino
The U.S. Census Bureau and Office of Management and Budget changed their urban and rural ...
Cost concerns keep uninsured from buying coverage, poll shows
Nov 21 | Mary Agnes Carey, Kaiser Health News
Just days before the Affordable Care Act's marketplaces reopened, nearly a quarter of uninsured ...
The meaning of 'risk' in an ACO
Nov 20 | John Andrews
Accountable care organizations can be risky business. ACO care partners must be able to depend on one another for proper ...
Providers slow to enact risk-based reimbursement model
Nov 20 | Chris Nerney
The change from a fee-for-service healthcare model to a value-based approach might be inevitable, but that ...
U.S. pharma spending to rise considerably
Nov 20 | Roni Caryn Rabin
After several years of modest increases, U.S. spending on medications is projected to shoot up by 12 percent this year, ...
Dartmouth-Hitchcock's zero-readmission strategy: Focus on value
Nov 19 | Sherree Geyer
The CFO of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire, says the move towards ...
Medtronic shares climb as company goes ahead with Covidien merger
Nov 18 | Henry Powderly
Shares of medical device maker Medtronic Inc. surged Tuesday after the Minneapolis-based company ...
Changing Medicaid rules hurt California beneficiaries
Nov 18 | Jenny Gold
Changing eligibility standards could purge a million or more beneficiaries from Medicaid rolls in California. A ...

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