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Breach drains Athens' finances; Reinvesting savings cut costs; Cardiac bundles a mixed bag

Following a data breach that compromised the medical information of hundreds of thousands of patients, Athens Orthopedic Clinic says they cannot pay for credit monitoring for those affected, the clinic announced in a statement.
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Athens Orthopedic Clinic will not pay for credit monitoring for breach victims
Following a data breach that compromised the medical information of hundreds of thousands of patients, Athens Orthopedic Clinic says they cannot pay for credit monitoring for those affected, the clinic announced in a statement.
Study: Why reinvesting savings cuts costs in the long run
By itself, the higher-value care intervention doesn't live up to its cost reduction potential, due mostly to inadequate funding, researchers say.
Bon Secours: Data breach affects 655,000 patients
Personal information of more than 650,000 Bon Secours patients - including names, insurance identification numbers, banking information, social security numbers and some clinical data - was left exposed on the internet for four days this spring by a business associate of the hospital system.
Study: Cardiac bundles a win for some, a loser for others
Eighty-five percent of hospitals required to participate in the new Medicare cardiac bundled payment models will not experience gains or losses that exceed $500,000 per year, based on their current spending patterns, according to a new study by Avalere.
CHI Franciscan Health, CityMD open urgent care center
The healthcare providers plan to open several more centers in the urban market by early 2017.
Doctors struggle with knowledge gap with medical marijuana laws
As the number of states allowing medical marijuana grows -- the total has reached 25 plus the District of Columbia -- some are working to address this knowledge gap with physician training programs.
MHA: Thousands of mental health hospital stays avoidable
The Minnesota Hospital Association released a study Friday that shows significant shortcomings in patients getting appropriate care for mental health issues in their hospitals.
GAO: Federal rules could hinder ACA waivers
A new Government Accountability Office report to the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee claims that federal rules may hinder states from applying to waive sections of the Affordable Care Act to make marketplace health insurance provisions more innovative.
Quorum cuts full-year expectations
Quorum attributed its $245 million loss to nearly $220 million in charges tied to the spin-off from Community Health Systems.
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