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PLAN FOR BROOKLYN — Northwell Health will receive a $500,000 grant from the Cuomo administration for a feasibility study on options for health care in central and northeastern Brooklyn, part of a broader plan to reshape health care in one of the most economically challenging regions of the state. http://politi.co/1QoNDUD
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MAKING ROUNDS — “The New York State Department of Financial Services has hired Scott Fischer as director of the insurance division, sources said.” http://bit.ly/1VD5iR5
NOW WE KNOW — Why did monogamy become a thing? According to researchers at the University of Waterloo in Canada it might have been because of sexually transmitted infections. http://bit.ly/1SlksnJ
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TAKING THE LEAD — Sen. Charles Schumer is sponsoring federal legislation to eradicate lead poisoning from water and paint chips in New York. The True LEADership Act of 2016 will award grants, loans and tax credits for water infrastructure improvements and lead relief programs across the country. It will invest $70 billion to reduce lead exposure, which can cause serious health problems in children.
CONSOLIDATION REPORT — The Buffalo News reports: “Roswell Park Cancer Institute has acquired the practice of a West Seneca doctor who specializes in diagnosing and treating cancer and blood disorders, the fifth practice the cancer hospital has acquired since 2013 as part of a growth strategy.” http://bit.ly/1VD4gEF
MEDICAID MOVES — Modern Healthcare reports: “Molina Healthcare has agreed to buy Universal American's Total Care Medicaid plan in upstate New York for $41.3 million, the companies announced Tuesday.” http://bit.ly/1piTmFv
OPEN NOTES — Mount Sinai Health System has launched OpenNotes, which allows patients electronic access to their provider’s notes in their medical records, according to a press release from Sinai. “When patients can access their physicians’ notes, they can better understand their medical issues and treatment plan as active partners in their care,” Sandra Myerson, system chief patient experience officer, said in a press release. “This can ultimately lead to improved patient engagement, patient empowerment, and communication between patient and physician.” http://bit.ly/1SlmRii
ACROSS THE RIVER: Health Republic Insurance of New Jersey, the only health insurance co-op in the nation to show a profit in the first nine months of 2015, posted a net loss of $17.6 million for the year. The loss was mostly attributable to a $17.1 million payment the nonprofit insurer had to make toward the Affordable Care Act’s risk adjustment program. As a result, the consumer operated and oriented plan, which was kick-started with nearly $15 million in federal loans under the ACA to increase competition in the state’s federally facilitated health insurance exchange, is now looking to increase its enrollment in plans offered outside of the exchange, moving away from the very marketplace that brought it into existence. Make sure you read this from POLITICO New Jersey’s Katie Jennings: http://politi.co/1QoCYt4
PHARMA REPORT: STAT reports: “GlaxoSmithKline is appealing a $54.5 million fine that was recently levied by UK regulators for illegally conspiring with several generic rivals to delay marketing of a lower-cost version of its Paxil antidepressant.” http://bit.ly/1VD4wU9
WHAT WE’RE READING:
-BRAIN DRAIN — Robert McDonald announced that he, along with three-time Olympic gold medalist swimmer Nancy Hogshead-Makar and former NFL player Phil Villapiano, have pledged to donate their brains to research. http://1.usa.gov/1VD4Nq6
-STAR POWER — The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is delaying its star ratings of hospitals until July amid resistance from the industry and many in Congress. They had been set to be released on Thursday.
-FOLLOW THE MONEY — Efforts to fight the Zika virus have landed on K Street, according to POLITICO. “Roughly 30 groups lobbied the House and Senate on Zika during the first three months this year, according to new lobbying disclosures. The American Academy of Family Physicians, for instance, lobbied lawmakers and agency officials on dedicating more money to research Zika.”
-COUNTERINTUITIVE — Hospitals that are too careful can be penalized by Medicare, according to The New York Times. http://nyti.ms/1VD3Hum
TODAY'S TIP — Comes from The New York Times, which reminds us that “hand-washing for hygiene purposes is a lot more complicated than singing 'Happy Birthday' twice.” http://nyti.ms/1VD3Td2
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