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When the health IT expert becomes the patient
Feb 12 | Susan Morse
The technology is there to make navigating the healthcare system easier for those with cognitive deficits caused by ...
Hospitals saw increased profitability as 2019 came to a close
Feb 11 | Jeff Lagasse
Multiple factors contributed to the increases, including higher volumes and revenues, despite increases ...
President Trump's budget cuts target Medicaid, Medicare
Feb 11 | Susan Morse
Blueprint includes cuts for care in hospital outpatient departments, teaching hospitals and post-acute ...
Healthcare mergers and acquisitions continue to be active, with a positive outlook for the future
Feb 11 | Jeff Lagasse
Interest rates remain at historic lows and purchase price ...
House committees release surprise billing legislation
Feb 11 | Susan Morse
Patients would receive 'true and honest' cost estimate under Ways and Means proposed bill.
Department of Health and Human Services launches Foundry for American Biotechnology
Feb 10 | Jeff Lagasse
The Foundry will engage regional experts and offer an idea lab, dry and wet labs, ...
Nurses at higher risk of suicide than general population, national study confirms
Feb 10 | Jeff Lagasse
Female nurses have been at greater risk of suicide since 2005, and male nurses ...
How data is being used to humanize healthcare
Feb 10 | Susan Morse
Whole person care means aligning the goals of the patient to the care team.
CMS prepares healthcare facilities for coronavirus threat
Feb 07 | Susan Morse
As death toll rises to more than 600 worldwide, agency reinforces infection control responsibilities and ...
Value transformation framework model seeks to guide transition to value-based healthcare
Feb 07 | Jeff Lagasse
The model seeks to guide systems change toward the "quadruple aim" ...

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