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Here's why Obamacare premiums are going down for the first time

by , and Oct 12, 2018
It's "really about returning excess profits," a Kaiser Family Foundation executive says.
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Kickbacks or a helpful service? Here's why pharma is under fire

by Mitchell Hartman Sep 21, 2018
Drug companies can get creative with doctor incentives, and that can be problematic.
A pharmacy technician counts out a prescription of antibiotic pills.
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Economics of Disability

Mind the gap: Navigating the transition from pediatric to adult health care

by Eliza Mills and Paulina Velasco Jun 22, 2018
Getting the right health care once you outgrow your pediatrician can be tricky if you have a disability.
[Image description: A wide shot of a doctor’s office in San Francisco. On the left, a patient in a gown sits on an examination bed while the doctor checks her breathing with a stethoscope. The patient has short brown hair and is sitting with her hands clasped in her lap. On the right, there is a set of counters, with various medical equipment laid across the surface.]
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Long-term health care industry vexed by immigration restrictions

by Dan Gorenstein Jun 7, 2018
Demand for health care workers for seniors is far outpacing the supply right now. Throw more immigration curbs on top of that, and the problem just gets worse.
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Some health care firms focus on empathy to keep people healthier

by Dan Gorenstein May 2, 2018
One reason for the interest in a more empathetic clinical staff stems from the fact that hospitals and physicians, increasingly, have financial incentives to keep patients out of the hospital.
A nurse tends to recovering patients on a general ward at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital on March 16, 2010 in Birmingham, England.
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When doctors need to learn "webside" manner

by Molly Wood Jan 29, 2018
A New York hospital is introducing telescreens into the emergency room in an effort to save time — and possibly money.
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Are doctors and patients ready for home health monitoring?

by Dan Gorenstein Jun 1, 2017
There's lots of optimism as manufacturers crank out medical devices, but no one knows if the approach will save money.
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Opioid overdoses overwhelm the nation's morgues

by Adam Allington May 11, 2017
Drug-related deaths highlight a critical need for more trained pathologists.
As of 2015, overdose became the number one cause of injury-related death, according to the most recent data from the Centers for Disease Control.
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When is it a good time to go to the hospital? When the doctors are being watched

by Dan Gorenstein Mar 21, 2017
Want to know when it’s a good time to go to the hospital? Seems it’s when the doctors are being watched. Every few years the accrediting agency known as the Joint Commission conducts random hospital inspections. A new study out…

Doctors are arming themselves with MBAs to navigate a tricky health care landscape

by Dan Gorenstein Feb 15, 2017
As medicine becomes more about business, an MBA could prove helpful.
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