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AHA Chair Jonathan Perlin, M.D.
Hospitals play an 'extraordinary’ role

The new AHA board chair wants to emphasize efforts that drive the field toward the Triple Aim.

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Medicaid Reform
States are putting Medicaid to the test

To save money and improve quality, cash-strapped states are changing their Medicaid programs and pushing risk-based care models.

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Small, Rural + Smart
Size and agility can be an advantage in meeting new health care demands

Some small and rural hospitals are exploring innovative ways to respond to new health care imperatives.

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The New Health Care Dynamic
A cross-industry perspective

A panel of experts from a cross section of the economy to examine the current and future states of health care.

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    Putting Your IT Systems to the Test

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    Obama, GOP Square Off (Again) on ACA

    President Obama in his State of the Union address vowed to veto any legislation that threatens to rollback insurance gains made under the Affordable Care Act. Congressional Republicans meanwhile seem resolved to continue with a “repeal and replace” agenda.

    01.21.15 by
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    Treating Patients as Consumers Is a Growing Strategy

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