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  1. 22 latest hospital, health system CNO and CMO moves

    Becker's Hospital Review reported the following hospital and health system chief nursing officer and CMO moves in the last four weeks.
  2. AI tool predicts cancer survival more accurately than standard method, study says

    Researchers have developed an artificial intelligence software that can predict the prognosis of patients with ovarian cancer more accurately than current methods, according to a study published in Nature Communications.
  3. Why Warren Buffett's right-hand man would never hire Elon Musk

    Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway and longtime business partner of Berkshire Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett, spoke about the qualities he looks for in potential candidates during a meeting Feb. 14, according to the Observer.

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  1. California hospital secures $200M in bonds for five-story medical tower

    Oroville (Calif.) Hospital has received $200 million in bonds from 48 large institutional investors to fund a five-story, 165,000-square-foot medical tower, according to the Chico Enterprise-Record.
  2. Walmart teams up with Ochsner for joint replacement program

    Walmart is aiming to lower spending and improve healthcare outcomes for its employees by sending them to New Orleans-based Ochsner Health System for hip and knee replacements.
  3. Michigan hospital nurses reuse surgical wraps to help the homeless

    Nurses and surgical technicians from Children's Hospital of Michigan, based in Detroit, are repurposing surgical wraps to help the homeless, according to a WXYZ news report.
  4. J&J CEO on partnership with Apple: 'We're going to save lives'

    Johnson & Johnson recently partnered with Apple on a study to test whether the Apple Watch can better detect and diagnose heart irregularities.

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  1. Medicare would pay for CAR-T therapy under new proposal

    CAR-T therapies have emerged as promising new cancer treatments with shockingly high price tags. However, under a new proposal released by CMS Feb. 15, Medicare would pay for the therapies for patients across the nation.
  2. Apple hints at blockchain development in SEC filing

    Apple detailed its involvement in various blockchain projects in a recently submitted Securities and Exchange Commission filing, leading some to believe the tech giant may soon develop its own blockchain-based services, according to Cryto Heroes.
  3. Ascension's operating revenue climbs $1.3B in first half of FY 2019

    St. Louis-based Ascension saw operating revenues and operating income increase in the first six months of 2019, but ended the period with a net loss.
  4. 'Big tech' moves into senior care: 4 notes

    Technology giants are increasingly eyeing senior care as aging Americans are choosing to live independently in their homes, according to CNBC.

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  1. How CMS' newest innovation model will change telehealth payments 

    CMS' new, five-year Emergency Triage, Treat and Transport Model will reimburse ambulance service providers for providing telehealth treatment for Medicare beneficiaries.
  2. Louisiana physician, medical billing supervisor plead guilty to Medicare fraud

    A Louisiana physician and his medical billing supervisor have pleaded guilty to participating in a Medicare fraud scheme, according to the Justice Department.
  3. CHI's operating loss swells to $57M in Q2

    Englewood, Colo.-based Catholic Health Initiatives saw its revenue increase and operating loss grow in the second quarter of fiscal year 2019, according to recently released unaudited financial documents.
  4. UPMC Pinnacle to close hospital this month: 5 things to know

    UPMC Pinnacle will close its hospital in Lancaster, Pa., on Feb. 28.
  5. Healthcare venture capital is growing: 13 latest deals

    Venture capitalists poured $2.6 billion into healthcare startups in January, and several healthcare venture capital deals were announced in the first half of February.
  6. Pipeline Health to close Illinois hospital

    Pipeline Health, a Los Angeles-based privately held hospital ownership and management company, plans to close Westlake Hospital in Melrose Park, Ill., by July, according to a Chicago Tribune report.
  7. For-profit hospital stock report: Feb. 11-15

    Four major for-profit hospital operators saw their stock prices rise last week.
  8. At least 30 reports of people trapped in elevators over 13 months at Texas hospital, documents show

    Documents obtained by NBC 5 DFW show that at least 30 elevator incidents occurred at John Peter Smith Hospital during the past 13 months, including one incident in which a hospital employee was seriously injured.
  9. 13 latest healthcare industry lawsuits, settlements

    From Ontario, Calif.-based Prime Healthcare and its CEO settling false claims allegations to nurses suing Englewood, Colo.-based Catholic Health Initiatives over on-call pay, here are the latest healthcare industry lawsuits and settlements making headlines.

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