April 18, 2018
WNEP-TV reports about Geisinger's Memory and Cognition Center.
The Public Opinion reports that Summit Health is moving ahead with plans to build a $15 million medical office building in the Greencastle area.
The York Daily Record reports with video about WellSpan Health CEO Dr. Kevin Mosser’s editorial board meeting.
Quality and Patient Safety:
The Post-Gazette reports about the opening of a fresh food "farmacy” at West Penn Hospital as a treatment for Type 2 diabetes.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports about Penn Medicine’s Center for Health Care Innovation accelerator program that gives doctors, nurses, and others the resources to test their ideas for improving quality and reducing costs.
The Post-Gazette reports about adding work requirements to Medicaid.
The Tribune-Review reports about a recent event at Forbes Hospital to raise awareness about the importance of organ donation.
FierceHealthcare reports about the correlation between health care costs and job growth.
HealthLeaders Media reports about vertical integration trends among retailers, insurers, and pharmacy benefits managers.
Kaiser Health News reports about a court ruling that invalidated a Maryland law meant to limit “price-gouging” by makers of generic drugs.
Healthcare Dive reports that three more states could have Medicaid expansion on their November ballots.
The Washington Post reports about a federal proposal to limit the amount of opioids manufacturers can produce.
FierceHealthcare reports about the country’s progress in national emergency preparedness.