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From 2010 to 2014, there's been 2.1 million fewer hospital-acquired conditions; 87,000 fewer hospital-acquired condition related deaths; and $19.8 billion in costs have been averted, according to CMS Deputy Director Patrick Conway.
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CMS: Value driving down hospital-acquired conditions
From 2010 to 2014, there's been 2.1 million fewer hospital-acquired conditions; 87,000 fewer hospital-acquired condition related deaths; and $19.8 billion in costs have been averted, according to CMS Deputy Director Patrick Conway.
Hackers can now cost hospitals credit
Moody's Investor Services will start factoring a healthcare providers' cybersecurity strength into their credit ratings, the agency said this week, as hackers continue to infiltrate the sector.
Lahey pays $850K over security issues
Lahey Hospital and Medical Center has settled with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office for Civil Rights for potential HIPAA violations related to lax security policies around workstations and medical devices.
Live updates: Privacy and Security event
The three-day Privacy & Security Forum kicked off Tuesday in Boston, bringing together nearly 70 expert speakers from across healthcare and beyond to offer perspectives and best practices for managing one of biggest challenges of our time: protecting patient data.
Report: Healthcare tops retail in data breaches
Healthcare has outstripped retail as the most breached business sector, according to a new report by digital security giant Gemalto, equalled only by government as the most targeted by hackers.
UNC under fire over Krispy Kreme branding
The facility is slated to be renamed the Krispy Kreme Challenge Children's Specialty Clinic, but criticism from the medical community at the University of North Carolina and elsewhere is making the health care system rethink that choice.
Catholic systems set to partner
The California attorney general is reviewing the proposed change in control and governance of two nonprofits, California-based St. Joseph Health System and Providence Health & Services, based out of Washington.
Arizona health co-op shuts
The state's only health insurance co-op will shut down operations on December 31, after failing to find additional financing, Meritus officials announced November 25.
Poor communications sting hospital margins
Poor communication is costing the major healthcare organizations about $12 million annually nationwide, according to Spok.
More low-income women get screening in expansion states
Women in Medicaid expansion states are far more likely to get screened for breast cancer, according to a new study by the Radiological Society of North America, which released the results at its annual meeting on Monday.
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