From: Becker's CFO Report <>
Subject: HCA reportedly selling $1B in debt to finance Mission deal | Universal Health Services CFO Steve Filton talks financial challenges | CMS updates 2 Medicare payment models | Hackensack Meridian waives ER copays, deductibles for government workers
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January 18, 2019
1. HCA reportedly selling $1B in debt to aid Mission Health acquisition Full story  
2. UPMC employees must pay system $317K after withdrawing wage lawsuit  Full story

3. CMS updates 2 payment models for Medicare plans: 7 things to know Full story
4. Geisinger reduced opioid prescribing and achieved substantial cost savings. To learn how, download this free white paper 
5. Hackensack Meridian drops ER copays, deductibles for government workers Full story
6. Jewish hospital profitable before U of Louisville affiliation, report says  Full story 

7. Register for this webinar to learn how a patient financial engagement solution can greatly increase cash collected year-over-year    
8. Foreclosure lawsuit pending after Kansas hospital averts having utilities shut off Full story
9. Florida Hospital can dismiss claims it acted as debt collector, judge says Full story

10. Download this free white paper to learn how Geisinger reduced opioid prescribing and achieved a cost savings of about $1M per month 
11. Minnesota hospitals saw bad debt climb nearly 25% in 2017

12. Universal Health Services finance chief Steve Filton on cost containment and challenges hospital CFOs face Full story   


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