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UnitedHealth asks judge to dismiss Medicare fraud case

Having successfully beaten one fraud case brought against it by the federal government, UnitedHealth is asking a federal judge to dismiss a…

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UnitedHealth asks judge to dismiss Medicare fraud case

Having successfully beaten one fraud case brought against it by the federal government, UnitedHealth is asking a federal judge to dismiss a…

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IHI 2017: Patient-centered care is not enough; it’s time to create a partnership of care

ORLANDO, Fla.—The relationship between physicians and patients has progressed from one that was once paternalistic to the more recent pus…

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CliniComp sues Cerner for patent infringement

Months after challenging the VA's decision to tap Cerner to replace its EHR, CliniComp is waging a new legal battle against the EHR giant,…

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CliniComp sues Cerner for patent infringement

Months after challenging the VA's decision to tap Cerner to replace its EHR, CliniComp is waging a new legal battle against the EHR giant,…

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It’s not just primary care doctors that are in short supply, specialists are, too

It’s not just a shortage of primary care doctors that the country needs to worry about. The emerging shortage also includes physician spe…

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Physicians offer strategies to balance accountable and fee-for-service payment models

Accountable care organizations are beginning to show positive results, but there are challenges inherent in being in both the value-based p…

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AHA calls for more oversight of medical device cybersecurity as FDA outlines plans to modernize approvals

Replying to a request for information, the AHA called on the FDA to improve its oversight of medical device cybersecurity, noting that the…

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AHA calls for more oversight of medical device cybersecurity as FDA outlines plans to modernize approvals

Replying to a request for information, the AHA called on the FDA to improve its oversight of medical device cybersecurity, noting that the…

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AHA calls for more oversight of medical device cybersecurity as FDA outlines plans to modernize approvals

Replying to a request for information, the AHA called on the FDA to improve its oversight of medical device cybersecurity, noting that the…

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Access to doctors varies widely across the country

If you live in Massachusetts, you may be healthier and have greater access to healthcare providers, according to a new report. America’s…

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Congress not likely to reauthorize CHIP funding in 2017

Though Congress has passed a stopgap measure to help states facing funding shortfalls, lawmakers aren’t likely to approve long-term fundi…

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Congress not likely to reauthorize CHIP funding in 2017

Though Congress has passed a stopgap measure to help states facing funding shortfalls, lawmakers aren’t likely to approve long-term fundi…

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Study debunks idea that uninsured patients overuse the ER

Despite the common perception that the uninsured are more likely to visit the emergency room, new research contends that isn't actually th…

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21st Century Oncology pays $2.3M to OCR for 2015 data breach, moves forward with class action settlement

After filing for bankruptcy earlier this year, the Florida-based cancer care center that operates in 17 states agreed to pay a $2.3 million…

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21st Century Oncology pays $2.3M to OCR for 2015 data breach, moves forward with class action settlement

After filing for bankruptcy earlier this year, the Florida-based cancer care center that operates in 17 states agreed to pay a $2.3 million…

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21st Century Oncology pays $2.3M to OCR for 2015 data breach, moves forward with class action settlement

After filing for bankruptcy earlier this year, the Florida-based cancer care center that operates in 17 states agreed to pay a $2.3 million…

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21st Century Oncology pays $2.3M to OCR for 2015 data breach, moves forward with class action settlement

After filing for bankruptcy earlier this year, the Florida-based cancer care center that operates in 17 states agreed to pay a $2.3 million…

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Second health center leader steps down for mishandling of sexual harassment, bullying complaints

The mishandling of sexual harassment complaints at a Boston health clinic has led another top leader to step down. Robert H. Hale, who serv…

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Southern California hospitals brace for impacts of wildfires; Hurricane recovery in Puerto Rico leads to saline shortage

As wildfires continue to burn in Southern California, regional hospitals prepare to treat patients who may be harmed by smoke inhalation, a…

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2018 trends to watch include ACA uncertainty, cyberthreats, patient experience: PwC

To face challenges that lie ahead in 2018, healthcare organizations must rely on the resiliency they've built up during a year of upheaval.

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2018 trends to watch include ACA uncertainty, cyberthreats, patient experience: PwC

To face challenges that lie ahead in 2018, healthcare organizations must rely on the resiliency they've built up during a year of upheaval.

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2018 trends to watch include ACA uncertainty, cyberthreats, patient experience: PwC

To face challenges that lie ahead in 2018, healthcare organizations must rely on the resiliency they've built up during a year of upheaval.

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2018 trends to watch include ACA uncertainty, cyberthreats, patient experience: PwC

To face challenges that lie ahead in 2018, healthcare organizations must rely on the resiliency they've built up during a year of upheaval.

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IHI 2017: Patient safety efforts must move beyond the hospital to encompass ambulatory, home settings

ORLANDO, Fla.—Hospitals have made great strides in patient safety initiatives, such as declines in medication errors, hospital-acquired i…

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IHI 2017: Don Berwick shares his take on value-based care and CMS’ decision to cancel mandatory bundled models

ORLANDO, Fla.—Although he wishes the healthcare industry could transition more quickly to value-based care, Don Berwick, M.D., isn’t as…

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IHI 2017: Don Berwick shares his take on value-based care and CMS’ decision to cancel mandatory bundled models

ORLANDO, Fla.—Although he wishes the healthcare industry could transition more quickly to value-based care, Don Berwick, M.D., isn’t as…

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IHI 2017: Don Berwick shares his take on value-based care and CMS’ decision to cancel mandatory bundled models

ORLANDO, Fla.—Although he wishes the healthcare industry could transition more quickly to value-based care, Don Berwick, M.D., isn’t as…

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Intermountain, Cerner among those meeting with the White House about interoperability

Intermountain Healthcare, Cerner, HIMSS and The Sequoia Project all confirmed they would be attending a meeting on interoperability hosted…

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Intermountain, Cerner among those meeting with the White House about interoperability

Intermountain Healthcare, Cerner, HIMSS and The Sequoia Project all confirmed they would be attending a meeting on interoperability hosted…

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