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Subject: [Value-based care] Average 6 year old smarter than Google's AI | Low-cost services reflect most unnecessary medical spending | ACOs still focused on early stages of care redesign | Specialist Medicare payments could vary +/- 16% under MIPS | 11 health IT key notes
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October 6, 2017
Average 6 year old is smarter than Google's AI, study finds

2. Study finds ACOs still focused on early stages of care redesign 

3. Specialists could see 16% variability in payments under MIPS in 2018 

4. Weight-bearing MRIs -- Beyond Gravity: How Spine Specialists Leverage Clinical Innovation and Business Discoveries 
5. 7 hospitals with strong finances 

6. Detroit Medical Center, BCBS sign value-based reimbursement contract 

7. Current Trends for Success in Bundles and Strategies for Financial Changes: Orthopedics and Beyond 

8. High-volume, low-cost services reflect most unnecessary medical spending, study suggests

Humana signs value-based agreement with 248-member physician group
10. 10 revenue cycle tips for healthcare organizations     

11. Overcoming MACRA obstacles with positive patient identification   

12. Epic ranked as most-used vendor for Medicare EHR Incentive Program; Allscripts completes McKesson health IT acquisition & more - 11 health IT key notes 



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