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Subject: NY health system pays $15.6M to settle billing fraud case | No. 1 priority for hospital CEOs? Cost control | Texas couple considers divorce to pay daughter's medical bills | Chicago hospital faces closure without $3M infusion
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July 11, 2018

1. New York health system pays $15.6M to settle billing fraud case  
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2. Chicago hospital needs $3M infusion to avoid closure   Full story

3. Cerner invests $266M in Lumeris as part of 10-year deal to ease value-based care delivery  Full story

4. Strategic use of workforce management technology can generate huge savings. To learn how, register for this upcoming webinar. 

5. Texas family considers divorce to pay for daughter's healthcare bills  Full story

6. The No. 1 priority for hospital CEOs? Cost control  Full story

7. 13 latest hospital credit rating downgrades  Full story

8. Increasing the practice of cultural humility at your facility will go beyond supporting the delivery of higher quality care. Download the white paper.

9. 4 recent RCM tips  Full story

10. HCA helps fill gap in care left by Houston hospital closure   
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11. Proposed changes to 340B program would cut DSH eligibility by half   Full story

12. Systemization of supply chain streamlines processes, standardizes supplies and improves service -- learn how in this Mercy Health white paper.

13. 11 latest healthcare industry lawsuits, settlements  Full story

14. This week's 5 must-reads for hospital RCM leaders   Full story

15. Shares of CHS close below $3 for first time  Full story

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