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July 10, 2019

Member News:

The Wayne Independent reports about a community open house for Wayne Memorial Hospital’s new patient tower.

WCAU-TV reports with an update about services available at Hahnemann University Hospital.

Community and Economic Impact of Hospitals:

The Gant Daily reports, “Penn Highlands Healthcare is making major investments in the communities it serves, including in Clearfield and DuBois.”

Technology:

WJET-TV reports about Magee Women’s Center at UPMC Hamot’s new digital footprint technology to keep infants safe.

NPR reports about the benefits of adding a drug pricing tool to patients’ electronic health records.

Quality and Patient Safety:

NPR reports to consumers about how to “get the best from your doctor.”

State News:

The Citizens’ Voice reports about more than $1.7 million in grants to local organizations to improve health care throughout Northeast Pennsylvania.

National News:

The Hill reports about anxiety among lawmakers surrounding the possible need to raise the national debt ceiling.

POLITICO reports about a new executive order to encourage more kidney transplants and treatment at home.

Health Reform:

The Pennsylvania Capital-Star reports about how the federal challenge to the Affordable Care Act could affect Pennsylvania.

In a related article, the Tribune-Review also reports about the story.

Becker’s Hospital Review reports with “6 takeaways” from the hearing.

Healthcare Dive reports that Congressional Democrats are warning of the “catastrophic consequences” of a federal ruling that would overturn the Affordable Care Act.

Opioids:

The Pittsburgh Business Times reports about the University of Pittsburgh’s federal grant to research opioid use.

Workforce:

The Lehigh Valley Business reports about the primary care physician shortage.

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