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When President Obama signed PPACA into law three years ago, 2014 was a country mile down the road. Just months from now, open enrollment for plans participating in the health exchanges will begin, and the expansion of coverage is nigh—though questions persist. Will a potential 30 million new...
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Consolidation, the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), and efforts to use capitation for Medicare patients will all have an impact on health-related stocks, over then next few years.
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When it comes to mobile access to patient data, CIOs have two choices: Provide a secure access method, or continue to plug the hole in the dike with their fingers—and pray. With smartphone use among physicians at 98%, according to a 2012 report from Spyglass Consulting, attending and referring...
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When Robert London, MD, received a phone call from an executive recruiter who suggested that he interview for a position at Walgreens, he was flabbergasted. “I wondered what I was going to do,” he recalls. “Would I stand at the door and greet people? Let them know about a new shade of nail polish...
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As health-care providers tackle the unruly task of managing population health, they are engaging in the mythic—and transformational—practice of changing shapes into different forms. Providers, payors, employers, and even the corner drugstore are swapping roles: opening the door to more...

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