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May 10, 2018
The Morning Call reports about Lehigh Valley Health Network’s plans to expand cancer clinical trials to Lehigh Valley Hospital – Pocono.
LancasterOnline reports that Lancaster General Hospital’s new patient tower is in use and nearing completion.
The Central Penn Business Journal reports that Berks Cardiologists Ltd. will join Penn State Health Medical Group this summer.
FierceHealthcare reports that recalls of medical devices are at a record high because of software complications.
Healthcare Finance reports about hospital and insurer support for legislation allowing providers and payers to more freely share information of patients who have substance use disorders.
Healthcare Dive reports on a study about the wide variance in health care prices.
CNN Money reports that health care debt often has negative effects on personal credit ratings.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports about the bias toward individuals in opioid recovery who are using medication-assisted treatment.
FierceHealthcare reports about the concerns raised by providers and insurer groups regarding proposed policy changes for opioid production quotas.
EHR Intelligence reports that early adopters of the Apple Health Records app see positive results.
Modern Healthcare reports that Microsoft and Adobe are partnering with Change Healthcare to develop a tool to consolidate health care data.
National Public Radio reports about the high incidence of deaths and near-deaths for U.S. women during childbirth.
Healthcare Finance reports about the difficulty in recruiting non-clinical staff for medical practices.