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Dual-eligibles: The next front in hospital readmissions penalties

The CMS is exploring how to levy excess readmission penalties fairly on hospitals, based on their patient population.
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Trump Puts Boots On The Ground In Syria… Right Next To Russian Troops

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Dodgers Dugout: Rich Hill is back, but who’s next for the Dodgers?

Hi, my name is Houston Mitchell, and welcome to another edition of Dodgers Dugout. I wonder if Vin Scully is having second thoughts and wants to return next season.

Next season’s team

I started off last week’s Dodgers Dugout with this, and will run this after every trade or signing so we can see… – Los Angeles Times

Next Billion-Dollar Startups 2016

Startups are the spark that lights the engine of the U.S. economy. The most successful of them, companies like Airbnb, Uber, and Snapchat, change the way we live, travel and communicate. For Forbes’ second annual list of next billion-dollar startups, we’ve found 25 companies that are transforming their industries and showing tangible results. They’ve already attracted tens and in some cases hundreds of millions in investment capital while in the midst of explosive growth. Most popular stories

What’s next for SeaWorld’s plans to expand its orca tanks?

Now that the California Coastal Commission has approved a plan to let SeaWorld San Diego expand its killer whale enclosure — but only on the condition that the park end its breeding program and add no new whales in the future — what options does SeaWorld have?

According to information released… – Los Angeles Times

After King v. Burwell, what’s next?

As the Supreme Court decision in the King v. Burwell case over Obamacare’s health insurance premium subsidies draws near, experts are thinking about how Congress and the Obama administration might respond to the decision. – Physician Leadership News

Democrats see skimpy insurance as the next healthcare issue

A different healthcare issue has emerged for Democrats, in sync with the party’s pitch to workers and middle-class voters ahead of next year’s elections.
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Finding the Next Big Disrupters in Technology

From the cloud and mobile devices to the latest in robotics, healthcare’s renegades are riding a new wave of transformational technologies.

The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Medical Center, which sits on a steep hill in one of the city’s foggiest neighborhoods, may be only 30 miles north of Silicon Valley, but for its researchers and clinicians, technology disruption starts on the home turf. Unwilling to wait for others to develop the same slick apps and technologies that consumers have come to expect, UCSF is finding success forging its own innovative path. “When you are on your computer doing your work and you get a FaceTime message on your iPhone from your kid who’s 3,000 miles away, you ask, ‘Why can’t we do this in healthcare?’ ” says Robert Wachter, MD, chief of the division of hospital medicine and chief of medical service. “Here, when we see gaps like that, we have the inclination to develop a tool to fix it.”

Sponsored material. – HealthLeaders Magazine

Webinar: What’s Next for Healthcare Reform?

From the White House to Community Clinics: What’s Next for Healthcare Reform? What happens to health and healthcare reform, now that the presidential election is decided? Reporting on Health…

TEDxMaastricht – Daniel Kraft – “What’s next in healthcare?”

There’s some amazing things coming down the healthcare pipeline and Daniel Kraft ( @daniel_kraft ) knows a “little” about all of them. We asked him to take u…
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