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BILL TRACKER — Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill on Friday that provides antitrust exemptions to Erie County Medical Center, despite the objections of the state's attorney general. Read my story on the bill here: http://politi.co/1O2poz4
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WHILE YOU WERE SLEEPING — John Carreyrou continues his excellent reporting of Theranos’ troubles. The darling of Silicon Valley is currently being investigated by federal regulators following complaints from former employees. http://on.wsj.com/1NGeFXt
WHERE IT ALL WENT WRONG — The Daily News has a smart piece explaining the roots of the homeless crisis now occupying the de Blasio administration, and how well-intentioned plans paved the road to … you know. http://nydn.us/1URPciF
NOW WE KNOW — Researchers found people who paid less for their food felt worse after stuffing their faces and guiltier for doing so, compared to people who paid more but ate the same amount. http://bit.ly/1mrQq8B
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NORTH SHORE-LIJ EXPANSION — The North Shore-LIJ Health System will have the opportunity to expand beyond the 440,000 square feet of clinical space it already owns and occupies at 1111 Marcus Avenue in Lake Success, as part of a $113.7 million purchase of a 940,000-square-foot condominium unit by Waterstone Development that was finalized Dec. 17.
CHILD’S PLAY — Tom Farley, the former New York City health commissioner, says it’s great that childhood obesity is down but that public health officials need to focus on adult obesity and the incessant marketing of unhealthy foods. http://nyti.ms/1mdX6qy
COMING SOON — Mayor Bill de Blasio is planning to announce a new deputy mayor for health and human services sometime in the coming weeks, he said Friday during an interview with WNYC's Brian Lehrer.
MAKING ROUNDS — Ari Hoffnung, a former deputy comptroller for the city, was named chief executive of Vireo Health of New York, one of the state's five medical-marijuana licensees, according to Crain’s. http://bit.ly/1mdYDwG
-BANNING TANNING — The New York Times reports: “The Food and Drug Administration on Friday proposed barring everyone under 18 from using tanning beds, a sweeping move that medical experts say is a major step toward reducing the risk of skin cancer in the United States.” http://nyti.ms/1mdYEkt
...In New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a law that banned tanning for teens under 17 years old. http://cbsloc.al/1OfhuV4
PILOT PROGRAM — Buffalo Business reports on a new palliative care program from Univera Healthcare. http://bit.ly/1Ofi3OJ
GRANT LAND — The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai has been awarded a half-million dollar grant from Pfizer Independent Grants for Learning & Change, and Bristol-Myers Squibb Independent Medical Education.
PHARMA REPORT: The Wall Street Journal reports: “Cancer-care giant 21st Century Oncology Holdings Inc. agreed to pay $19.75 million to settle civil allegations by the Justice Department that its doctors performed a bladder-cancer test on Medicare patients more often than medically necessary.” http://on.wsj.com/1Ofid8O
WHAT WE’RE READING:
-LEAVING MONEY ON THE TABLE — NPR revealed records showing that federal officials knew in 2008 that some Medicare Advantage plans were ripping off the government. http://bit.ly/1O2pBCo
-MICROBEAD BAN — The U.S. Senate on Friday passed a ban on microbeads in personal care products.
-WHAT COMES NEXT — Forbes contributor Steve Brozak takes a look at Martin Shkreli’s arrest and wonders what dominos will fall next. http://onforb.es/1YnTyUf
-PINCHING PENNIES — The Wall Street Journal looks at how employers are dealing with the rising cost of health expenses. http://on.wsj.com/1kb4fGO
FDA V. CDC — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s efforts to curb painkiller abuse is being thwarted by the Food and Drug Administration, according to the Associated Press. http://bit.ly/1Iitzq6
-NEEDLE EXCHANGE — Buried in the behemoth budget deal were a few surprising policy provisions, including loosening a longstanding prohibition on using federal funds for needle exchange programs, according to POLITICO. The budget only bans using federal dollars to purchase syringes or needles, which means federal dollars could be freed up for other parts of needle exchange operations, such as outreach efforts.
TODAY'S TIP — Comes from NYC Health + Hospitals, which offers us “7 Tips to Avoid Stress.” http://ow.ly/ODuCe
-CAUSE AND EFFECT — Maryland increased its liquor taxes in 2011 and a sharp decrease in the rate of new gonorrhea infections followed, according a study in in The American Journal of Preventive Medicine, reported on in The New York Times. http://nyti.ms/1IitNO2
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