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November 30 | Week in Review

admin November 8, 2018

Headlines Experts recommend closer scrutiny of radiation exposure from CT scans States confront menu of Medicaid changes Hospitals still angry with low patient safety scores Remote monitoring to cut readmissions by 75% Health-care providers can play critical role in reducing and preventing intimate partner violence Combined RB and PTEN loss identifies DCIS primed for invasive… Continue Reading »

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From The Editor: Social Value

admin November 8, 2018

The rain is falling here outside my window. It’s the type of weather that always seems to intensify my already imaginative brain. It brings in a heavy helping of nostalgia to mix with the ever stressful and complex holiday season. All these photos of beaming happy families carving Christmas turkeys or lighting Menorahs don’t always… Continue Reading »

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December 28 | Week in Review

admin November 8, 2018

Headlines Doctors call for evidence-based appropriateness criteria for elective procedures Implementation of appropriateness criteria required for elective procedures The mirror, not the scale, is the enemy of many this New Year’s resolution time Affordable Care Act’s impact on uncompensated care New MRI method may help diagnose dementia Ability to metabolize tamoxifen affects breast cancer outcomes… Continue Reading »

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February 22 | Week in Review

admin November 2, 2018

Headlines Common acne drug not associated with increased risk of IBD Hospitals tap drugstores to curb readmissions Better hospital care linked to happy staff Physician groups are primary ACO sponsors Cover the tattoos: In the ICU, doctor appearances matter Facebook ‘likes’ could translate to real life likes for hospitals 10 technologies health execs should watch… Continue Reading »

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February 15 | Week in Review

admin October 30, 2018

Headlines Obama Addresses Raising Minimum Wage, Indirect Impact for Home Care Workers Aetna, Univita Partnering to Help Reduce Preventable Rehospitalizations HRT could delay dementia HIV positive patients not disclosing infection to NHS staff Subtle genetic changes found in dengue virus Gluten-free food should be scrapped Kidney transplants riskier for obese patients A search engine tool… Continue Reading »

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Week in Review | April 29, 2013

admin October 30, 2018

Headlines Horror and heroism: Watching Boston while 3,000 miles from home Heart failure costs will double by 2030, warns heart association 500 groups urge Congress to kill IPAB CMS rejects delaying Pioneer ACOs’ performance-based pay Passion and purpose: Taking healthcare to new levels New study confirms link between weight loss and blood pressure for individuals…… Continue Reading »

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Week in Review | May 6, 2013

admin October 30, 2018

Headlines Oral drops can give kids needle-free relief from asthma, allergies Medicaid coverage improved healthcare utilization, but not outcomes Targeted screening can reduce spread of C. diff infection Capitol Hill Caught Up In Health Act’s Sticky Situation Political Battle Over Health Law Starts Next Chapter Foster care a sound choice for some maltreated children Portable…. Continue Reading »

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Week in Review | May 13, 2013

admin October 30, 2018

Headlines President Asks Moms For Help Promoting Obamacare Better dyes for imaging technology Hospital safety shows little progress Integrated care: The bridge between quality and efficiency Dramatically Different Medicare Bills Set Hospitals Thinking New 3-D technology to treat atrial fibrillation War spawns new approaches for wounded service members’ pain care U.S. has highest first-day infant… Continue Reading »

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Week in Review | May 20, 2013

admin October 30, 2018

Headlines Attacking MRSA with metals from antibacterial clays Nearly Half The Country Doesn’t Know Health Law Exists Swell Of Goodwill For First Medicare Chief Confirmed Since 2004 Gosnell Verdict Raises Questions About Access To Abortions Researchers shocked by new statistics on head injuries among people who are homeless Massachusetts’ health care reform didn’t raise hospital… Continue Reading »

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