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Subject: 6 RCM key notes | CMS cancels cardiac bundles, scales back CJR model | Which EHR vendor boasts the most hospital clients? | State-by-state breakdown of 80 rural hospital closures
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August 16, 2017
1. CMS cancels cardiac bundles, scales back CJR model: 8 things to know  Full story

2. Navient subsidiary acquires ELIPSe, Zotec renews sponsorship with Butler University athletics & more -- 6 RCM key notes  
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3. Chinese billionaire again ups stake in CHS -- this time for $71M  
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4. Webinar: Best ideas to engage adults in preventative care and improve population health 

5. RCM tip of the day: Don't make revenue cycle management a second job   Full story

6. New Hampshire at risk of losing Medicaid funding over hospital donations: 3 things to know   Full story

7. Whitepaper: Find out how to recruit, hire and retain the best epic skilled professionals to build and operate your software.  
8. HIMSS Analytics: Which EHR vendor boasts the most hospital clients?   Full story

9. The 800+ ICD-10 code changes 2017 brings  Full story   

10. Wyoming hospital resolves EHR billing error  Full story

11. Don't fall into 3rd party network contracts that lower reimbursement -- here's what to avoid 

12. State-by-state breakdown of 80 rural hospital closures   
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13. This week's 5 must-reads for hospital RCM leaders  Full story

14. Memorial Sloan-Kettering's operating margin climbs to 7%  
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15. BCBS of Michigan faces more than 30 lawsuits alleging hidden health plan fees  Full story

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