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Connecticut Post
Big push to enroll young people in health insurancewere younger adults — to offering those Lyft discounts. Other facets of the go
Big push to enroll young people in health insurance
Connecticut Post / Posted 14 hours ago
were younger adults — to offering those Lyft discounts. Other facets of the government’s plan include partnering with the American Hospital Association on a media toolkit hospitals can use to teach young people about insurance and enrollment, and... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Big push to enroll young people in health insurancewere younger adults — to offering those Lyft discounts. Other facets of the go
Big push to enroll young people in health insurance
Greenwich Time / Posted 14 hours ago
were younger adults — to offering those Lyft discounts. Other facets of the government’s plan include partnering with the American Hospital Association on a media toolkit hospitals can use to teach young people about insurance and enrollment, and... Read more
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The News-Times
Big push to enroll young people in health insurancewere younger adults — to offering those Lyft discounts. Other facets of the go
Big push to enroll young people in health insurance
The News-Times / Posted 14 hours ago
were younger adults — to offering those Lyft discounts. Other facets of the government’s plan include partnering with the American Hospital Association on a media toolkit hospitals can use to teach young people about insurance and enrollment, and... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Big push to enroll young people in health insurancewere younger adults — to offering those Lyft discounts. Other facets of the go
Big push to enroll young people in health insurance
Stamford Advocate / Posted 14 hours ago
were younger adults — to offering those Lyft discounts. Other facets of the government’s plan include partnering with the American Hospital Association on a media toolkit hospitals can use to teach young people about insurance and enrollment, and... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president fo
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 22 hours ago
“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president for quality and patient safety policy at the American Hospital Association. On one hand, “they’re getting this signal [from the CDC] to not prescribe opioids. And on the... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president fo
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 22 hours ago
“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president for quality and patient safety policy at the American Hospital Association. On one hand, “they’re getting this signal [from the CDC] to not prescribe opioids. And on the... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president fo
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 22 hours ago
“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president for quality and patient safety policy at the American Hospital Association. On one hand, “they’re getting this signal [from the CDC] to not prescribe opioids. And on the... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president fo
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 22 hours ago
“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president for quality and patient safety policy at the American Hospital Association. On one hand, “they’re getting this signal [from the CDC] to not prescribe opioids. And on the... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president fo
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 22 hours ago
“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president for quality and patient safety policy at the American Hospital Association. On one hand, “they’re getting this signal [from the CDC] to not prescribe opioids. And on the... Read more
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WHAS TV11 Louisville
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president fo
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted 22 hours ago
“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president for quality and patient safety policy at the American Hospital Association. On one hand, “they’re getting this signal [from the CDC] to not prescribe opioids. And on the... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president fo
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 22 hours ago
“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president for quality and patient safety policy at the American Hospital Association. On one hand, “they’re getting this signal [from the CDC] to not prescribe opioids. And on the... Read more
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11 News Houston
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president fo
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers
11 News Houston / Posted 23 hours ago
“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president for quality and patient safety policy at the American Hospital Association. On one hand, “they’re getting this signal [from the CDC] to not prescribe opioids. And on the... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president fo
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 23 hours ago
“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president for quality and patient safety policy at the American Hospital Association. On one hand, “they’re getting this signal [from the CDC] to not prescribe opioids. And on the... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president fo
Doctors wrestle with mixed messages when deciding whether to prescribe painkillers
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 23 hours ago
“feel like they’re getting mixed signals,” said Nancy Foster, vice president for quality and patient safety policy at the American Hospital Association. On one hand, “they’re getting this signal [from the CDC] to not prescribe opioids. And on the... Read more
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The Hill
Health insurance mergers put consumers lastas much. Research shows that health insurer consolidation between 1998 and 2006
Health insurance mergers put consumers last
The Hill / Posted 2 days ago
as much. Research shows that health insurer consolidation between 1998 and 2006 increased prices by 7 percent. The American Hospital Association estimates that the Anthem-Cigna merger will reduce competition for commercial health insurance... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
OhioHealth to open network of emergency departments; largest in Grove Cityoperating free-standing emergency departments in the United States more than do
OhioHealth to open network of emergency departments; largest in Grove City
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 2 days ago
operating free-standing emergency departments in the United States more than doubled, from 146 to 300, according to the American Hospital Association. Since 2010, when Diley Ridge Medical Center opened in Canal Winchester, several free-standing... Read more
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My EastText
ETX hospital system VP named to Texas Health Services Authority Board Of Directorsis a fellow for the American College of Healthcare Executives and she previousl
ETX hospital system VP named to Texas Health Services Authority Board Of Directors
My EastText / Posted 4 days ago
is a fellow for the American College of Healthcare Executives and she previously served on the board of directors for the American Hospital Association- Solutions Division, CASA for Kids of East Texas, North Texas RCIC, Tyler Area Chamber of... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Trying to fight the opioid epidemicnext rule-making. The PROP Act is also broadly supported by groups active in t
Trying to fight the opioid epidemic
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 7 days ago
next rule-making. The PROP Act is also broadly supported by groups active in this field. The American Medical Association, American Hospital Association, Physicians for Responsible Opioid Prescribing, Association of American Medical Colleges, and... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
South Peninsula Hospital installs eICU unitIt’s the push of a button.” South Peninsula Hospital joins a growing corps of
South Peninsula Hospital installs eICU unit
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 7 days ago
It’s the push of a button.” South Peninsula Hospital joins a growing corps of hospitals using telehealth services. The American Hospital Association found the lack of on-site physician specialists available for 24-7 emergency department... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New study may provide more insights into effects of physician-hospital integrationstudy, the investigators will conduct a before-and-after comparison of integrat
New study may provide more insights into effects of physician-hospital integration
News-Medical-Net / Posted 9 days ago
study, the investigators will conduct a before-and-after comparison of integration using data for 2008-2013 drawn from the American Hospital Association Annual Survey, the Medicare Hospital Compare database and multiple state databases that collect... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Van Zandt receives environmental awardamong the top 25 for 2016. Practice Greenhealth began under a different name i
Van Zandt receives environmental award
Altoona Mirror / Posted 10 days ago
among the top 25 for 2016. Practice Greenhealth began under a different name in 1998 as a partnership between the American Hospital Association and the Environmental Protection Agency to prevent pollution in healthcare, according to the... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Facility fees cost Medicare billionssaid. “It is hurrying up the process by setting a deadline. It did not unravel
Facility fees cost Medicare billions
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 12 days ago
said. “It is hurrying up the process by setting a deadline. It did not unravel the damage that’s already been done.” The American Hospital Association opposed Medpac’s recommendations on several grounds, including that the higher fees are... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Hospital fees under scrutinyare all there. You can get everything done at one time,” said Erik Rasmussen, v
Hospital fees under scrutiny
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 14 days ago
are all there. You can get everything done at one time,” said Erik Rasmussen, vice president of legislative affairs for the American Hospital Association. Provider-based offices must meet much stricter standards than standalone physician practices,... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Hospital fees under scrutinyare all there. You can get everything done at one time,” said Erik Rasmussen, v
Hospital fees under scrutiny
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
are all there. You can get everything done at one time,” said Erik Rasmussen, vice president of legislative affairs for the American Hospital Association. Provider-based offices must meet much stricter standards than standalone physician practices,... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Facility fees cost Medicare billionssaid. “It is hurrying up the process by setting a deadline. It did not unravel
Facility fees cost Medicare billions
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
said. “It is hurrying up the process by setting a deadline. It did not unravel the damage that’s already been done.” The American Hospital Association opposed Medpac’s recommendations on several grounds, including that the higher fees are... Read more
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MedCity News
Medicare claims appeals pile up, and backlog is unacceptably longfiled by computer. For hospitals, the appeals delay has tied up billions of do
Medicare claims appeals pile up, and backlog is unacceptably long
MedCity News / Posted 15 days ago
filed by computer. For hospitals, the appeals delay has tied up billions of dollars in disputed claims, according to the American Hospital Association, which has sued the government to speed up the decisions. The hospitals have argued that... Read more
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Business Insurance
Browning-Ferris fights joint employment rulingunions. About a dozen business groups - from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and
Browning-Ferris fights joint employment ruling
Business Insurance / Posted 18 days ago
unions. About a dozen business groups - from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the National Restaurant Association to the American Hospital Association and the National Association of Home Builders - plan to file briefs supporting Browning-Ferris'... Read more
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MedCity News
Study: Ambulance diversions may temporarily relieve ER overcrowdingdemand for ED services, reduced numbers of EDs and hospital closures in urban a
Study: Ambulance diversions may temporarily relieve ER overcrowding
MedCity News / Posted 19 days ago
demand for ED services, reduced numbers of EDs and hospital closures in urban areas as factors driving diversions. The American Hospital Association reported that ED visits grew from an average of 359 visits per 1,000 people in 1993 to 423 per... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Economic payoff of Digital Age is proving to be elusivethe adoption rate in doctors’ offices rose to 51 percent, from 17 percent, acco
Economic payoff of Digital Age is proving to be elusive
The Buffalo News / Posted 19 days ago
the adoption rate in doctors’ offices rose to 51 percent, from 17 percent, according to the most recent surveys by the American Hospital Association and the federal government. The government incentives came with timetables for adopting... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Shameless Healthcare Cronyism Exposed In ConnecticutNew York and Wisconsin, and further consolidate insurance markets in 10 other s
Shameless Healthcare Cronyism Exposed In Connecticut
Zero Hedge / Posted 23 days ago
New York and Wisconsin, and further consolidate insurance markets in 10 other states where Anthem already operates. The American Hospital Association estimates that more than 800 local markets serving 45 million people would see the companies... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Consumer Group Demands Insurance Commissioner Recuse Herself On Cigna Mergerpolitical committees that you are associated with." The American Medical Socie
Consumer Group Demands Insurance Commissioner Recuse Herself On Cigna Merger
Hartford Courant / Posted 23 days ago
political committees that you are associated with." The American Medical Society, the American Medical Association, the American Hospital Association and unions representing health care workers are lobbying the Justice Department to reject the... Read more
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Mississippi Business Journal
State now has 67 stroke hospitals working together to improve carepatient. “Stroke Hospitals are all to be collecting data via Get With The Guid
State now has 67 stroke hospitals working together to improve care
Mississippi Business Journal / Posted 24 days ago
patient. “Stroke Hospitals are all to be collecting data via Get With The Guidelines-Stroke (GWTG-S) data registry, an American Hospital Association tool,” Howard said. “Mississippi hospitals are at varying stages of coming on board with this... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Beth Israel's radical restructuring tells another storyare particularly compelling. Manhattan boasts 6.1 hospital beds per 1,000 resi
Beth Israel's radical restructuring tells another story
Crain's New York Business / Posted a month ago
are particularly compelling. Manhattan boasts 6.1 hospital beds per 1,000 residents, according to the latest data from the American Hospital Association. The national average is 2.9. Get Crain's Daily Alert Sign up for our FREE daily email... Read more

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