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 April 9, 2018

In the News: April 5–12

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This week: association of neighborhoods with pediatric acute care; treatment costs of antibiotic-resistant infections; and meal-delivery programs and Medicare/Medicaid dual eligible health care utilization

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 March 19, 2018

In the News: March 15–22

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This week: Hospitals continue to rapidly acquire physician groups; the potential impact of precision medicine partnerships; and 3-year results from Maryland’s all-payer hospital model

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 March 12, 2018

In the News: March 8–15

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This week: The value of minimally invasive surgery in the Medicare population; an insurer’s new payment policy for ED claims; and hospital-at-home programs

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 March 5, 2018

In the News: March 1–8

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This week: The impact of policy changes on coverage and premiums, a Colorado ED collaborative reduces opioid use in pain management, and Uber launches a medical transportation service

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 February 12, 2018

In the News: February 8–15

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This week: Virtual health reimbursement legislation, depression treatment initiation and primary care, and rapid adoption of hospital-based palliative care programs

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 December 18, 2017

In the News: December 14–21

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This week: Tax reform bill passes House and Senate, gene therapy for hemophilia, a nationally backed continuum of care for mental health and the repeal of net neutrality

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