In its annual report, the National Committee for Quality Assurance finds "some very impressive results," particularly around obesity, where a greater focus has been measured, says the committee's president. >>>
Kaiser Permanente's "total health" program has prompted its physicians to change patients' behaviors—and their own—by interacting in the community and online. >>>
Healthcare reform in Massachusetts did not kill jobs. It actually had little effect on employment, says a report from the Urban Institute. Is this what we can expect in the rest of the country if healthcare reform law continues to roll out in 2014? >>>
With Medicaid expansion no longer mandatory and the uninsured population growing, public hospitals stand to rack up billions of dollars in uncompensated healthcare costs, an industry group says. >>>
Data shows that helping to educate minority nurses will not only improve minority representation in hiring, but will serve as a workforce multiplier. >>>
Four Missouri hospitals form a collaborative; Advent Health announces plans to buy Chicago-area Sherman Health; and in Baltimore, St. Joseph's finalizes its merger with the University of Maryland Medical Center. >>>
Date: Nov. 29, 2012, 1:00-2:30 p.m. ET
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