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Teaching Hospital Update, October 14-18, 2013

 
Email Alert
October 18, 2013
Curated and edited by Amy Kaufman (Patton Boggs LLP, Washington, DC).
Medicare choices tricky even for med students, doctors  
 
www.reuters.com - NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Even doctors in training have trouble sifting through insurance options to pick the cheapest available plan, a new study shows. "I think it confirms some of the issues t... 
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Univ. of California Wins Medical Privacy Appeal - Law360 
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Moody's: Health Insurance Exchange Uncertainties Hurt Nonprofit Hospitals  
 
www.beckershospitalreview.com - As the health insurance exchanges continue to ramp up enrollment of newly insured Americans, the uncertainties surrounding exchange plan reimbursement are likely to increase pressure on the revenue... 
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Hospital CEO Pay Not Tied to Quality  
 
www.medpagetoday.com - The compensation of nonprofit hospital executives wasn't linked to processes of care, patient outcomes, or the charity care the facility provided, a retrospective observational study found. Chief e... 
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IBM, Cleveland Clinic collaborate to develop Watson technology for patient care  
 
www.modernhealthcare.com - The supercomputer technology that defeated the world's best "Jeopardy!" players is now even smarter, thanks to a collaboration between IBM Research and the Cleveland Clinic. IBM worked with the Cli...  
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