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1. Hospital-acquired conditions mean Medicare penalties for 700-plus hospitals
2. More hospitals to get bonuses than penalties in 2015 under value-based purchasing
3. Child being monitored in Chicago for Ebola infection
4. Who owns health data? Supreme Court may try answering that question
5. Providers balk as CMS announces penalties for 2013 EHR issues
6. Docs take note: Make quality-reporting deadline or face penalty
7. State exchanges enroll more than 750,000 in first month
8. Supreme Court decision could mean $65 billion in lost insurance subsidies
9. Americans like much of Obamacare, except the law itself
10. Commentary: Current generation of EHRs impeding volume-to-value transformation
11. House members seek change in 2015 EHR attestation period
12. Vermont governor abandons single-payer healthcare plan
13. UnitedHealth, Humana continue to dominate Medicare Advantage
14. How a hospital's chief experience officer tackles barriers to better quality
15. Stent average price drops in a competitive market segment
16. Texas Health Presbyterian sees patients return after Ebola crisis
17. Investment firm brings on Bill Frist, eyes healthcare funds
18. Hospital CEO turnover by state: 2014
19. Sometimes, it's good to be Blue (Cross Blue Shield)
20. Trinity Health to acquire three-hospital system in Connecticut
21. Are compounding pharmacies safer now?
22. Renewed U.S.-Cuba relations could impact both nations' healthcare
23. Kindred sets closing date for Gentiva buy as it secures financing
24. Patient data held for ransom at rural Illinois hospital
25. Frugal consumers or more efficient hospitals–which is holding spending in check?
26. CMS issues final round of state exchange grants; 'self-sustaining' deadline nears
27. Recovery audit lawsuit dismissed by federal judge
28. 10 reasons why healthcare isn't a free market
29. Carolinas HealthCare sees surplus rise along with market share
30. Catholic Health Initiatives keeps Fitch rating despite setbacks
31. Murthy narrowly confirmed as surgeon general
32. HealthCare.gov sign-ups surge ahead of Jan. 1 coverage deadline
33. CHI's credit rating dropped a notch by S&P
34. CMS official Cindy Mann's departure surprises, saddens her supporters
35. Mayo settles with ex-employee over trade secrets allegations
36. Obama getting $1.1 trillion spending bill from Congress
37. Baylor Scott & White already sees benefits of Cleveland Clinic heart-care pact
38. FDA approves new Hep C drug combination, price unknown for now
39. Two will plead guilty to Rite Aid surplus resale scheme
40. CMS adds late 2013 records to Open Payments database

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