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 •  September 18

Knee replacements are booming. Between 2005 and 2015, the number of knee replacement procedures in the U.S. doubled, to more than one million. Experts think the figure might rise another sixfold in the next couple of decades because of our aging population.
Since many people receiving knee replacements are elderly, Medicare picks up most of the...

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 •  April 1, 2016

The shift of Medicare dollars away from fee-for-service medicine when it comes to paying for knee and hip replacements begins a new era for medical device makers and hospitals coping with bundled payments. Beginning today, April 1, hospitals and doctors in 67 regions– one in every five U.S. metro areas–will be at risk for all Medicare spending for...

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 •  March 6, 2016

An increasing number of states are granting physician assistants more autonomy to increase access to patients amid a shortage of doctors and an influx of patients with health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. In some cases, states are removing bureaucratic barriers that in the past led to redundant tasks or slowed the ability of patients to...

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 •  November 5, 2015

In previous blogs I've focused on some very specific data breaches and specific defense mechanisms. I often find CEOs, particularly owners of

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 •  October 29, 2015

The industries around this problem, especially telemedicine, had ... Our solution is to bring the trial to the patient so they can stay with their

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 •  October 15, 2015

Did you apply for T-Mobile services anytime between September 1, 2013 and September 16, 2015 or have an account at Scottrade from the

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 •  September 30, 2015

The so-called “stimulus” act committed almost $30 billion to induce physicians and health facilities to install Electronic Health Records (EHRs)