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August 7, 2018

Member News:

The Daily Times reports that Crozer-Keystone Health System received an award for quality from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.

The Philadelphia Business Journal reports, “[Temple] has brought in Juniper Advisory as it considers selling Fox Chase Cancer Center and Jeanes Hospital.”

Community and Economic Impact of Hospitals:

The Herald reports that Sharon Regional Medical Center is teaming up with the American Heart Association to educate the community about cardiovascular health.


Healthcare Dive reports about the growing artificial intelligence-based medical imaging market.

Quality and Patient Safety:

The New York Times reports about post-hospital syndrome in older patients.

State News:

The Morning Call reports about a newly released Pennsylvania Health Care Cost Containment Council research brief about Medicare costs for heart failure patients.

National News:

ABC News reports about the results of a ten-year initiative in Ohio to improve community health by improving the environment.

HealthLeaders Media reports, “The American Hospital Association has made a patient-centered plea for Stark Law reforms.”

Health Reform:

The Washington Post reports about new research supporting the benefits of Medicaid expansion.


The Hill reports that the Food and Drug Administration issued guidance to support the development of new medications to treat opioid use disorder.

The Washington Post reports with an update about the federal investigation into pharmaceutical manufacturers’ internal communication and marketing practices.

Emergency Preparedness:

Healthcare Finance News reports about “lessons learned” from several U.S. hospitals dealing with natural disasters.

Medicare and Medicaid:

HealthLeaders Media reports with an update about the backlog of Medicare appeals.

Health IT:

Healthcare IT News reports about health care cybersecurity.


NPR reports about the importance of acknowledging and accommodating medical professionals with disabilities.

Kaiser Health News reports that younger physicians are open to supporting a single-payer health care system.

Medical News:

U.S. News & World Report reports about the need for more surgeons trained in transgender surgeries. Hahnemann University Hospital cited

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