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What does Taylor Swift have in common with health insurance?

What does Taylor Swift have in common with health insurance?

Taylor Swift is an American singer-songwriter, and undoubtedly, one of the most popular artists of the decade. She’s won 10 Grammys, a record 23 Billboard Music Awards, and is one of the best-selling musicians in history. More than just a pop sensation who came along with the […]

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Marcus & Millichap team close on $27M in medical office deals in Arizona

Marcus & Millichap team close on $27M in medical office deals in Arizona

The projects run from Tucson to several in the Valley. Source link

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Baptist Healthcare names new Louisville hospital leader

Baptist Healthcare names new Louisville hospital leader

The city’s second largest hospital has a new president. Louisville-based hospital and health care provider Baptist Healthcare System Inc. announced in news release that Larry Gray will be the new president of the system’s flagship hospital, Baptist Health Louisville. His first day is June 18. Larry Gray, […]

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How Mercy is using technology to bring health care to the patient

How Mercy is using technology to bring health care to the patient

Can quality health care come at home, rather than the hospital? Source link

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Gilbert Hospital, sister facility closing after involuntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings

Gilbert Hospital, sister facility closing after involuntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings

New Vision Health LLC is closing its two hospitals in Gilbert and Florence as a result of an involuntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding, according to the receiver in the case. Plans call for closing the 19-bed Gilbert Hospital by 1 p.m. June 16, and Florence Hospital at […]

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Berkshire Medical Center nurses avoid second strike with contract

Berkshire Medical Center nurses avoid second strike with contract

Union nurses at Berkshire Medical Center have called off a second planned strike after reaching a tentative agreement on a five-year contract. The deal on Friday offers wide-reaching wins for the 800 nurses at the hospital, including a per-person bonus of between $1,000 and $3,000, a 5.75 […]

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Don’t let your insurance plan hold you captive

Don’t let your insurance plan hold you captive

Healthcare in the U.S. continues to remain volatile and uncertain. What we know for sure, though, is that costs will keep rising, with another 4.3 percent increase expected in 2018 [1]. Businesses, consumers, carriers, and providers are all grappling with how to combat costs while maintaining the […]

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Health insurance 'disruptor' hires CEO, signs deal with Penn Medicine

Health insurance 'disruptor' hires CEO, signs deal with Penn Medicine

A former Philadelphia City Councilman is now at the helm of Homestead Smart Health Plans. Source link

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Type 1 diabetes advocates lambaste Oregon Prescription Drug Program

Type 1 diabetes advocates lambaste Oregon Prescription Drug Program

A Eugene-based organization said the program isn’t passing along rebates to discount card holders in the form of the lowest prices available. Source link

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FDA grants Cary's Chiesi new designation

FDA grants Cary's Chiesi new designation

With construction of a new headquarters overlooking Symphony Lake currently underway, expanding Cary-based pharmaceutical company Chiesi USA has received a nod from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for a new stem cell therapy. Chiesi USA – along with Italian biotech Holostem Terapie Avanzate – have been […]

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