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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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Last month the California legislature passed AB-72, which amends the Health & Safety Code to address reimbursement for out of network (OON) providers who provide services at in-network facilities, such as hospitals and laboratories....

source: The National Law Review

It’s almost that time again. Every year on Oct. 15, Medicare opens up for enrollment. During this annual enrollment period (AEP) through Dec. 7, those eligible for Medicare are allowed to change their plans. When they do, their new plans will be effective on Jan. 1...

source: Idaho Statesman

Nash UNC Health Care officials joined a growing chorus of hospital administrators last week in decrying the negative effects they continue to suffer due to the N.C. General Assembly’s failure to expand Medicaid. The federal government expanded Medicaid under the Affordable...

source: Rocky Mount Telegram

A prominent scholar says that Medicare will not be saved either by vouchers backed by Republican congressional majorities or the national health care overhaul achieved under Democratic President Barack Obama. Theodore Marmor, who is making several stops in Oregon, says...

source: Portland Tribune

Regarding the Sept. 14 PowerPost article “Percentage of Americans lacking health coverage drops”: In Virginia, nearly 250,000 more residents have policies that provide real protection. It’s a life-changer for many. Yet hundreds of thousands of low-income...

source: The Washington Post

The opioid abuse epidemic continues to dominate the news as celebrities die from overdoses, and federal and state agencies try to stem the tide of addiction and abuse. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued...

source: Practical Pain Management

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