Hundreds of medical students and doctors have signed an open letter urging Cleveland Clinic to cancel a February fundraiser at the Florida resort owned by President Trump, after his executive order on immigration blocked one of the clinic’s doctors from reentering the US.
In Florida, Fighting to Fix Children's Hearts | U.S. News & World Report
The Sunshine State is a haven for children's hospitals. With at least 10 scattered from Jacksonville to Miami, they rival the number of the state's big-name theme parks. Once sheltered from competitive pressures by philanthropic support and reliable Medicaid coverage, they're no longer beyond the reach of market forces buffeting other health care institutions.
One advertiser that was perfectly willing to cough up the big bucks to Fox this year won't be featured. GNC, the Pittsburgh-based nutritional supplement chain, has been ruled ineligible by the NFL to show its advertisement because the chain sells products that contain three of the 162 substances that are banned by the league.
Thanks to the Affordable Care Act and a changing economy, more physicians are contracting with hospitals. But according to new research from Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy, achieving physician-hospital integration is a little more complicated than previously thought.