From: Becker's Revenue Cycle Management Report <>
Subject: Hospitals' readmission fines drop | UnitedHealth posts $3.5B profit | Quorum sells Texas hospital | Why 8 hospitals have closed this year + 3 ways payers are aggressively driving patients to ASCs
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April 16, 2019

1. New CMS policy cuts readmission fines for safety-net, teaching, rural hospitals  Full story

2. Maryland medical group settles false billing allegations  Full story

3. UnitedHealth posts $3.5B profit in Q1 Full story

4. Two experts explain how AI and predictive analytics can provide faster reimbursement and maximize your revenue cycle. Read More.

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6. Theranos granted 5 new patents  Full story

7. Quorum divests Texas hospital   Full story 

8. How St. Vincent Medical Center is working toward sustainability with an AI-powered RCM solution. Click here to register for the webinar. 

9. 3 ways payers are aggressively driving patients to ASCs  
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10. Healthcare spending jumps after tax refunds, study finds  
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11. Increase collections with strategic automation in the revenue cycle. Click here to register for the upcoming webinar. 

12. 8 hospitals closed so far this year -- here's why  Full story

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