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April 11, 2018

Member News:

The Morning Call reports that KidsPeace is planning a new sensory-friendly playground.

In a related article, WFMZ-TV also reports about the story.

The Daily Pennsylvanian reports about merger plans for Einstein Healthcare Network and Thomas Jefferson University.

Becker’s ASC Review reports that the Reading Hospital SurgiCenter at Spring Ridge recently was named a winner of the 2018 TrueNorth Award.

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports about Jefferson Health’s realignment of services.

Community and Economic Impact of Hospitals:

An Express editorial commends Bucktail Medical Center for emerging from bankruptcy and remaining an important part of its community.

State News:

LancasterOnline reports about a delayed opening for Aspire Ventures’ Clio Health Lancaster medical facility.

National News:

The Los Angeles Times reports about newly released projections from the Congressional Budget Office about the country's "growing deficits and massive debt."

CNN reports that the President signed an executive order directing federal agencies to promote employment for Americans who receive public assistance.

Health Data Management reports about medical imaging equipment and apparatus affected by proposed tariff increases. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital cited

POLITICO reports about investor-owned rural hospitals in Texas that “don’t accept commercial insurance, charge unusually high rates, and have run afoul of state inspectors.”

The Baltimore Sun reports about Maryland’s efforts to stabilize the state’s insurance market and hold down rate increases.

Opioids:

The Pittsburgh City Paper reports about the use of medical marijuana to treat chronic pain.

Health IT:

HealthLeaders Media reports about the value of electronic health records during disasters.

Workforce:

U.S. News & World Report reports about Medscape’s 2018 physician compensation report.

Miscellaneous:

Health Care Communication News reports about building a strong hospital brand.

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