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Subject: Kan. physician allegedly involved in $30M billing fraud scheme | BCBS of Mass. to pay hospitals to keep patients out | Mo. hospital closes | LifePoint shareholders reject $120M in exec payouts
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October 30, 2018

1. Feds claim Kansas physician involved in $30M billing fraud scheme  Full story

2. BCBS of Massachusetts to pay hospitals to keep patients out  Full story

3. 27% of families are putting off medical care because of costs, survey finds  Full story

4. 10 must-read articles at the intersection of healthcare finance, supply chain, HCM and data analytics. Click here to download the E-book. 

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6. CHS sees net loss swell to $325M in Q3  Full story

7. Trump administration courts investors in broad effort to combat rising healthcare costs  Full story 

8. Learn all you need to know about keeping critical systems operational and sensitive data secure. 

9. Missouri hospital closes: 3 things to know  Full story

10. LifePoint shareholders approve RCCH merger, reject $120M in payouts for top execs   Full story

11. For insights into areas of hospital operations ripe for cost savings, download this free E-book.  

12. Mississippi hospitals end Medicare Advantage agreements over declining reimbursement  Full story

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