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Teaching Hospital Update, October 7-11, 2013


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October 11, 2013

Curated and edited by Amy Kaufman (Patton Boggs LLP, Washington, DC).

Professional satisfaction for docs tied to better care, RAND study shows - Physicians' perception of their ability to provide high-quality care most strongly determines their level of professional satisfaction, according to a newly released RAND Corp. study. The American ... 

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Insurance industry says health care website is fixable - The Denver Post - The federal government's biggest foray into online commerce has left millions of tech-savvy Americans thoroughly bewildered. But the insurance industry and others experienced with rolling out new p... 


UVA Medical Center CEO R. Edward Howell to Retire - R. Edward Howell has announced he will retire in July 2014 as vice president and CEO of University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville, Va. Mr. Howell became vice president and CEO of the... 


University of Miami Hospital overbilled Medicare $3.7 million, audit says - Miami-Dade - - The University of Miami Hospital will have to refund $3.7 million to Medicare after a federal audit of the hospital's billing practices found the hospital overbilled in 2009 and 2010, according to ... 


Hospitals embrace reform, worry shutdown will hurt care - FierceHealthcare - Various hospitals groups have expressed disappointment with Congress for not reaching an agreement on funding for health care reform and are concerned about how the government shutdown will affect c... 



New HHS Rule: Blood Stem Cells Aren't for Sale 


Cutting edge research on hold at NIH - Video on 



Seattle Hospital Sues State Over ACA Exchange Marketplace - Law360 

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