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Subject: Why one physician is forgoing EHRs | UnitedHealthcare to cut ties with Carolinas | 7 hospital credit downgrades | Kaiser Permanente profits climb to $3.1B
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Feb. 18, 2015

1. The culprits behind the rise in health spending   
2. Kaiser Permanente profits climb to $3.1B 

3. Why one physician is forgoing EHRs

4. UnitedHealthcare set to drop Carolinas HealthCare from network     

Florida will need 7,000 more physicians by 2025, study finds     

John Bardis to retire from MedAssets
7. A Guide to the Joint Commission's Communication Goal - 4 tips to improve how caregivers share information. Read now.  

8. 7 hospitals receive credit downgrades in past month 

UPMC, Jameson Health approve definitive merger agreement  

10. Cerner ranked best EHR-based HIE

11. Bringing cupcakes and taking notes: Women and "office housework"  

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