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Providence, Walgreens to open clinics
Walgreens will open 25 new clinics across Oregon and Washington in partnership with hospital operator Providence Health and Services, the company announced on Friday, as the pharmacy chain continues to grow its clinical business.
Fitch: Critical access hospitals safe ... for now
Though critical access hospitals will continue to earn less, Fitch Ratings this week said it does not expect the financial struggles to affect these hospitals' credit ratings due to their near 100 percent reimbursement from Medicare and political support that will stave off any attempt to cut payments.
AHA: Here's your ICD-10 checklist
A new checklist by the American Hospital Association is aimed at ensuring hospitals, and more urgently, physicians, are ready for a successful transition to ICD-10 on October 1.
Maimonides, North Shore-LIJ to partner
Brooklyln's famed Maimonides Medical Center will partner with the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System, the healthcare providers announced this week, in a move that will integrate their services but keep them running as independent systems.
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Pennsylvania expands CHIP coverage
Pennsylvania families that faced penalties for Children's Health Insurance Program coverage that did not meet minimum requirements set by the Affordable Care Act are in the clear after Gov. Tom Wolf on Thursday said the state expanded its CHIP program.
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The center, which will share space with the Allina Health-operated Minnesota Perinatal Physicians Clinic, was partly financed by a $1 million donation from Mike Ciresi, a Minnesota attorney and former chair of the Children's Foundation, and his wife Ann.
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Experts say problems seen in September in testing ICD-10 codes could turn into disasters when the new diagnostic code set goes live on October 1.
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