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May 30, 2014
How a Community Hospital Tackles Diabetes
Doctor shortage is cited in delays at VA hospitals
Measles cases in US spike to highest level in 20 years
Hospital accused of dumping patient in L.A.'s skid row to pay $500,000
May 29, 2014
KY hospital to pay nearly $41M in federal settlement
Mental Health Integration in Primary Care
Business Roundup: NY Health Plans Form Strategic Alliance
Adventist Health admits it violated federal law
Harsh report finds VA hid waiting lists
GA looks to reopen some closed hospitals as ERs
Experts expect changes in FL's 'post-caps world'
Study: MS worst state for nursing
With special clinics, hospitals vie for hesitant patients: Men
Most doctors wouldn't want intensive care at the end of life
May 28, 2014
Opinion: Privatization won't fix the VA
Safety net hospitals already seeing more paying patients — and revenue
Should doctors work for hospitals?
Slideshow: The ED Fix: Triage, Coordination and Navigation
May 27, 2014
Value-Based Investments Pay Off for NFP Hospitals
Healthcare M&A Deal Value Up 152% in Q1 2014
Private hospitals could take some pressure off VA
Opinion: How technology can transform our healthcare labyrinth
Some med school grads fail to get residency
May 23, 2014
Payer Backlash May Slow Unnecessary Spinal Fusion Surgeries
ACA, spending cuts slow healthcare hiring
What will it take to fix VA healthcare?
Obamacare expected to be boon to urgent care facilities
Single sign-on transforms healthcare at MI hospital
How many patients should doctors see each day?
Union in Johns Hopkins case wants hospitals to disclose employees on public assistance
How the typical hospital will change with tech and shift to patient-centered care
Slideshow: Monitoring Quality Along the Care Continuum
May 22, 2014
Healthcare Cost Growth 'Slows' to 5.4%
Medicare may be overpaying hospitals for patients who don't stay long
Only 2 in 5 L.A. health clinics are ready for Obamacare patients
When doctors play this game, patients get better medical care
May 21, 2014
Observation, Two-Midnight Rules Hit in Hearing
3-hospital takeover by Partners OK'd
White House sends Obama aide to investigate deaths linked to VA center in Phoenix
Way too many doctors are prescribing antibiotics in error, study says
Millennials, Boomers want different healthcare conveniences
Patients lose when doctors can't do good physical exams
May 20, 2014
Transitions of Care Go Digital
Group demands probe into possible NIH conflict of interest
TX nurse practitioners look to ease supervision rules
When doctors treat patients like themselves
May 19, 2014
EHR Use Surges at Health Centers
'Stunning' Number of Sepsis Cases Among Patients Who Die in Hospitals
Medicine's top earners are not the MDs
VA official quits amid furor over delayed care at hospitals
Poorer health of surgery patients on Medicaid may alter law's bottom line
As rural hospitals fail, GA considers downsizing
Mother accuses doctors of forcing a C-section and files suit
May 16, 2014
With Saline in Short Supply, Hospitals Look for Alternatives
NASS Aims for Transparency in Spine Care
US mines personal health data to find the vulnerable in emergencies
Inside global hunt for source of MERS
Diabetes afflicts 1 in 3 hospitalized patients over 34 in CA
May 15, 2014
Throughput and Satisfaction in the ED
A look at allegations of cover-ups at VA hospitals
Big data treasure trove from routine medical checkups
May 14, 2014
Feds Bust 90 Linked to Medicare Fraud Schemes Totaling $260M
Medicare Pays Billions for Wasteful Care
Two FL hospital employees have flu-like symptoms after contact with MERS case
Brooklyn judge rules against first-place bidder for Long Island College Hospital
May 13, 2014
Highmark Execs Detail ACO Transformation
How Obamacare May Boost ED Profits
Overused medical services cost Medicare billions of dollars
Fears of doctor shortages under new health law may have been overblown
With report of nurse understaffing dangers, group pushes to revive hospital staffing bill
Cloud-based EHRs: Sky's the limit
May 12, 2014
Salvaged Blood Safer, Cheaper than Transfusions, Study Says
Hospital Mergers and Acquisitions Declined in 2013
Emergency room reopens at Kinder (LA) hospital
May 9, 2014
The hospitals most likely to give patients a C-section, ranked
CDC warns of common parasites plaguing millions in US
May 8, 2014
Remote Monitoring Exploring New Territories
Hospitals are cutting down on their deadly mistakes, HHS says
How Making Hospital Quality Data Public Affects Providers
Hospitals boost patient safety, but more work is needed
Cancer doctors join insurers in US drug-cost revolt
Chronic disease patients' top online privacy worries
May 7, 2014
Telemedicine Still Facing Barriers in Many States
Summa Health to close St. Thomas Hospital emergency room
Tenet CEO: Obamacare has not freed up our ERs
Unions to drop CA hospital initiatives
$7 million 'hospital within a hospital' planned for Missouri Baptist
Opinion: The day I started lying to Ruth—A cancer doctor on losing his wife
May 6, 2014
Medicare Payment Changes Garner Approval of FQHC Advocates
Bariatric Surgery and the Obesity Battle
If healthcare usage is surging, where are the healthcare jobs?
Hospitals' purchase of doctors leads to higher prices, spending, study finds
First US MERS patient expected to be released from IN hospital
Healthcare nonprofit learns patient engagement game
VA treatment records falsified, probe finds
Prescription for disaster
May 5, 2014
Feds reject LSU hospital deals
May 2, 2014
Medicare seeks to stop overpayments for hospice patients' drugs
Doctors think the other guy often prescribes unnecessary care
Nurses taking on new roles under Affordable Care Act
CDC: Hundreds of thousands of Americans die unnecessarily every year
Slideshow: The New Primary Care Model—A Patient-Centered Approach to Care Coordination
May 1, 2014
Return of the Autopsy
Cloud, analytics improve breast cancer screening education
HIV patient's lawsuit against Lahey Clinic and doctors moves forward
World Health Organization: No, seriously, stop abusing antibiotics
Opinion: Preserving the integrated model of care