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July 10, 2014
Anthem Blue Cross faces another suit over Obamacare doctor networks
Race is on to profit from rise of urgent care
CA healthcare union tells elected officials to shun hospital chain
July 9, 2014
Nurse firing highlights hazards of social media in hospitals
July 8, 2014
Opinion: Fixed nurse-patient ratios are needed in more than just the ICU
AZ Supreme Court: Hospitals are subject to laws protecting vulnerable adults
July 7, 2014
Providence, Swedish Health Launch Employer-Driven ACO
Emergency Surgeries Drop with Insurance Expansion in MA
Fees Lurk in Health Plans' Shift to e-Payments
Drive-thru healthcare: How McDonald's inspired an urgent care gold rush
Health Net vows to improve healthcare coverage, service
Opinion: After Hobby Lobby—A single-payer healthcare solution?
Good Shepherd Hospital's $247 million makeover begins
Opinion: Google co-founders to healthcare—We're just not that into you
July 2, 2014
Beaumont Health Clears Key Hurdles in Latest Merger Try
2 GA Healthcare Systems Ink Partnership Deal
Inspector General reports find problems with Obamacare eligibility
OR program allows mediation for medical errors instead of suing
Audit finds MA doctors' criminal cases go unreported
July 1, 2014
Providers Blast CMS on Two-Midnight Rule
Washington and other states see new insurers on exchanges
UnitedHealth, an insurer switching roles, helps hospitals on Medicare billing
Many hospitals struggle to understand their own cost data
Big data helps insurer pinpoint at-risk patients
Cheaper premiums in 'copper' health plans mean higher costs to pay if you get sick
Opinion: What’s in a health economist's toolbox for controlling cost growth?
Doctors' group advises against regular pelvic exams