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Cerner sees record level of bookings in Q2

By Rachel Z. Arndt  |  July 28, 2017

Riding high second-quarter earnings, the EHR vendor's president said he was skeptical about whether newcomers to the EHR market would be able to break through.

Back office relief:
 Automating the arcane world of device warranties

Back office relief:
 Automating the arcane world of device warranties

By Alex Kacik  |  July 28, 2017

The constant, complicated stream of administrative documents flooding healthcare providers' back offices involved in fulfilling purchase orders, replacing equipment and tracking warranty credits can pose financial risks, but new software aims to help.

News from other sources...

By Modern Healthcare  |  July 28, 2017

Amazon delves into EHRs, the GAO investigates HHS, and U.S. scientists change the DNA of human embyros.

Q&A with Shapiro: 'Rise to the occasion and make a difference'

Q&A with Shapiro: 'Rise to the occasion and make a difference'

By Modern Healthcare  |  July 28, 2017

Lou Shapiro, a veteran healthcare executive who previously served as chief operating officer of Geisinger Health System in Pennsylvania, stopped by Modern Healthcare's Chicago offices to speak with reporter Maria Castellucci about HSS' unique care-delivery approach.

Disparities in healthcare access declined under ACA

By Maria Castellucci  |  July 28, 2017

Low-income people saw significant insurance coverage gains under the Affordable Care Act, tightening the wide gap in healthcare access among people of different socioeconomic status.

McCain, Murkowski, Collins kill 'skinny' ACA bill

McCain, Murkowski, Collins kill 'skinny' ACA bill

By Mara Lee  |  July 28, 2017

For the third time in three days, a majority of Republicans failed to coalesce around a way to repeal and replace Obamacare, as three centrist Republicans voted no on a "skinny repeal."

Editorial: Pull the plug on this monstrosity

Editorial: Pull the plug on this monstrosity

By Merrill Goozner  |  July 28, 2017

If McConnell and President Donald Trump can pass anything on healthcare, it will not be because the legislation was made palatable. It will be because the moderates accepted Band-Aids for the grievous wounds inflicted on their neediest constituents.

CMS approves Maryland waiver to encourage care coordination

By Virgil Dickson  |  July 27, 2017

Maryland is under a federal mandate to reduce Medicare spending and improve quality of care. The CMS has approved a state request to make it easier for hospitals and doctors to partner up without running afoul of federal kickback laws.

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