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'Deeply troubled' Senate Democrats seek briefing on HHS' open enrollment strategy

Saying they are “deeply troubled” about efforts to undermine the Affordable Care Act, Senate Democrats are seeking answers about what t…

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Providence St. Joseph executive Aaron Martin: Slow pace of healthcare innovation is jarring to the tech world

There are major differences between how the technology and healthcare sectors approach innovation, according to Aaron Martin, who spent 8…

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Medical schools incorporate population health to train doctors of the future

More medical schools are incorporating population health into the education of future doctors, including a handful of programs that have ra…

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The healthcare data breach that took 14 years to uncover

For the first time this year, outside hacks surpassed insider breaches both in frequency and in the total number of affected patient record…

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The healthcare data breach that took 14 years to uncover

For the first time this year, outside hacks surpassed insider breaches both in frequency and in the total number of affected patient record…

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As overall care quality improves, socioeconomic disparities remain

A new report finds that the overall quality of healthcare in the United States continues to show gradual improvement. Among demographic gro…

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Humana, Amgen team up on data-driven research venture

Humana is joining forces with Amgen, a major biotechnology company, on a multifaceted research venture that aims to improve health outcomes…

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Aetna-Apple talks center on costs, protecting patient data

Debate in meetings between Aetna and Apple centered on protecting patient data and whether providing Apple Watches to enrollees is a cost-e…

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Rift grows between Wayne State University and pediatric practice over affiliation agreement

As physician practices affiliate with healthcare systems, there are bound to be conflicts. That’s certainly the case with Wayne State Uni…

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This state policy decision may be damaging the ACA exchanges

While some argue that allowing the sale of limited-coverage and transitional health insurance policies will benefit consumers, new research…

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Despite support from AMA, doctors worry the Human Diagnosis Project could be ‘spitting out garbage’

The Human Diagnosis Project might have the newfound support of the American Medical Association, but physicians are slightly more skeptical…

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Despite support from AMA, doctors worry the Human Diagnosis Project could be ‘spitting out garbage’

The Human Diagnosis Project might have the newfound support of the American Medical Association, but physicians are slightly more skeptical…

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Despite support from AMA, doctors worry the Human Diagnosis Project could be ‘spitting out garbage’

The Human Diagnosis Project might have the newfound support of the American Medical Association, but physicians are slightly more skeptical…

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​​​​​​​Providence Health System plans to transform D.C. hospital into multiservice ‘health village’

​​​​​​​As the healthcare industry turns its focus on patient needs outside of hospital walls, a District of Columbia provider…

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Cleveland Clinic cancels fundraiser at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago

The Cleveland Clinic has succumbed to internal and external pressure, canceling plans to hold its 2018 fundraiser at the Trump-owned Mar-a-…

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ONC, AHRQ would see budgets slashed under proposed House spending bill

The House Rules Committee released its combined bill on Wednesday, and the news wasn’t good for the agency in charge of health IT pol…

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HHS to delay 340B final rule until July 2018

The Department of Health and Human Services has again delayed the 340B final rule, which would penalize pharmaceutical companies that knowi…

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Doctor pleads guilty to bilking VA for hundreds of procedures never performed

A 44-year-old cardiologist from New Jersey pleaded guilty Wednesday to defrauding the Veterans Affairs program by billing for hundreds of p…

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Female mouse embryos actively remove male reproductive systems

NIH researchers reveal novel insights into how sex-specific reproductive systems arise.

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Penn Medicine CIO wants federal agents to prosecute cybercriminals that disrupt patient care

In the wake of two global cyberattacks, the CIO of Penn Medicine is calling for more federal support in the form of criminal investigations…

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Penn Medicine CIO wants federal agents to prosecute cybercriminals that disrupt patient care

In the wake of two global cyberattacks, the CIO of Penn Medicine is calling for more federal support in the form of criminal investigations…

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Penn Medicine CIO wants federal agents to prosecute cybercriminals that disrupt patient care

In the wake of two global cyberattacks, the CIO of Penn Medicine is calling for more federal support in the form of criminal investigations…

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Government will make CSR payments to insurers this month

The Trump administration will issue this month’s cost-sharing reduction payments to insurers—though it still has not committed to fundi…

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Illinois medical group will get even bigger, stay independent with $1.45B investment

The largest independent physicians group in Illinois aims to get even bigger with a $1.45 billion investment from a private equity firm. Du…

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NIST issues ‘next-generation’ draft guidance for IoT integration

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued its fifth revision of security and privacy guidance that includes a ne…

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NIST issues ‘next-generation’ draft guidance for IoT integration

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued its fifth revision of security and privacy guidance that includes a ne…

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Few hospitals meet consumer expectations, report finds 

Despite an industrywide push to improve the patient experience, a new study found that hospitals and healthcare systems often fail to meet…

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Anthem, Aetna, Kaiser Permanente CEOs sound off about Charlottesville violence, Donald Trump's response

The CEOs of major health insurance companies are speaking out about the recent violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, and its aftermath. …

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Express Scripts to place new limits on opioid prescriptions, drawing criticism from AMA

Express Scripts, the country’s largest pharmacy benefit manager, plans to roll out a new program that will limit the number and strength…

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Express Scripts to place new limits on opioid prescriptions, drawing criticism from AMA

Express Scripts, the country’s largest pharmacy benefit manager, plans to roll out a new program that will limit the number and strength…

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