Healthcare 'homes' save Minnesota $1 billion | (Minneapolis) Star Tribune
Clinics that take more responsibility for patients' health and health habits outperformed other primary-care clinics and saved Minnesota more than $1 billion over five years, a University of Minnesota analysis concluded.
91,000 Medicaid clients in Washington warned of data breach | Seattle Times
More than 91,000 people enrolled in Washington State's Apple Health Medicaid program are being notified that their medical records may have been handled improperly.
A 'rogue' employee at Miami-Dade's public hospital network, Jackson Health System, was placed on administrative leave for suspicion of stealing reams of private patient information over the last five years in a scheme that may have compromised more than 24,000 records, according to hospital officials.
With the ominous voice-over and music usually associated with political attack ads, a hospital group is trying to get ordinary Virginians stirred up about a seemingly arcane regulatory bill before the General Assembly.
Addiction treatment facility in Texas will have movie theater, pool and gym | Dallas Business Journal
Texas Health Resources will break ground on a 100,000-square-foot Residential Treatment Center in south Mansfield. The $37 million facility will have 80 beds for teenagers and adults who want to get sober. It's scheduled to open in May 2017. For Arlington-based THR, it's the first standalone treatment facility.
Talks under way to avoid tax battle between hospitals, N.J. towns | NorthJersey.com
Talks are under way to avert a potentially protracted tax battle between not-for-profit hospitals and the communities that host them, said the prime sponsor of a New Jersey bill who tried unsuccessfully last month to work out a solution.
Customers angry about late notice of Ohio insurer's plans to drop providers | Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch
Some customers say a Westerville, Ohio-based health insurer intended to keep quiet about its plan to drop OhioHealth hospitals and doctors from its provider network until it was too late for many of its enrollees to change their health plan.