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Price discrepancies for healthcare services abound; Feds pitch major changes to how Medicare pays doctors; CMA to join ACLU suit against Dignity Health; Pfizer, Wyeth will pay $784.6M over drug rebates

The Health Care Cost Institute has found wide differences in prices for various medical services, including knee replacements, cataract removal and influenza evaluations.
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21 maps: Price discrepancies abound
The Health Care Cost Institute has found wide differences in prices for various medical services, including knee replacements, cataract removal and influenza evaluations.
Feds pitch major changes to how Medicare pays doctors
The more flexible Quality Payment Program for physicians is aimed at reducing the reporting burden and offers financial incentives.
CMA to join ACLU suit against Dignity Health
The California Medical Association is opting in to a legal battle currently being waged by the ACLU of Northern California against Dignity Health, one of the largest health systems in the country.
Study: Healthcare prices all over the map
Patients in some states are paying more than double what those in other states pay for healthcare services, a recent study by the Health Care Cost Institute has found. In fact, even within single states, prices can vary widely.
Pfizer to pay $2.3B for marketing fraud
American pharmaceutical corporation Pfizer Inc. and its subsidiary Pharmacia & Upjohn Company Inc. have agreed to pay $2.3 billion to settle criminal and civil liability from marketing fraud.
CMS: Theranos test failed to spot cancer
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has made public a "lightly redacted" copy of the letter it sent to beleaguered blood-testing company Theranos on March 18, with newly revealed allegations that its proprietary testing devices often failed to meet the company's own accuracy requirements for certain tests -- in one instance, failing to accurately detect prostate cancer.
Poll: Democrats increasingly want expansion of health law
The results come as Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has repeatedly derided the law for including too many concessions to the private healthcare industry and costing consumers too much.
CMS expands nursing home ratings measures
For the first time, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is adding Medicare claims data submitted by hospitals to quality measures posted on its consumer-based website, Nursing Home Compare.
Anthem's profits slide in first quarter
Anthem's first quarter profit fell 18.7 percent from $865 million in the first quarter of 2015 to $703 million for the first three months of 2016, the company disclosed Wednesday.
Healthcare businesses spend $1.4M to manage expenses
The report is intended to reveal multiple inefficiencies in how large U.S. businesses manage their expenses.
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