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Do physicians really hate their EHRs?

Physicians hate their EHRs. Research shows there's no love lost between doctors and the technology. According to a recent study, just 34 percent of physicians said they were "satisfied" or "very satisfied" with their EHR system in 2014, down from 62 percent in 2010. Diving...

source: By Scott Rupp
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An update to Florida law will extend healthcare billing protections to more consumers starting July 1. Attorney Eric D. Fader, of Day Pitney LLP in New York City, told Legal Newsline the law will extend protection from so-called “balance billing” beyond the...

source: Legal NewsLine

In what was dubbed an "inevitable sequel" in a long-running legal battle, a state appeals court heard arguments in a dispute about Medicaid payments to hospitals that provide emergency care to undocumented immigrants. More than two dozen hospitals across the southern part...

source: Health News Florida

News of a mistake that dropped several thousand Kansans from state Medicaid backlog reports has advocates and Democratic lawmakers questioning the state’s oversight of the contractor blamed for the error. Susan Mosier, secretary...

source: Kansas Health Institute

In just two months, a federal law kicks in requiring hospitals to tell their Medicare patients if they have not been formally admitted and why. But some physician, hospital and consumer representatives say a notice drafted by Medicare for...

source: Kaiser Health News via HealthLeaders Media

Premiums for popular low-cost medical plans under the federal health care law are expected to go up an average of 11 percent next year, said a study that reinforced reports of sharp increases around the country in election season. For consumers, the impact will depend on...

source: CBS News

Short-term health insurance soon could get a whole lot shorter. Federal officials moved to improve the financial outlook of Obamacare insurance plans by calling for limits on increasingly popular short-term health plans that are siphoning off healthier customers from coverage...

source: CNBC

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