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Researchers suggest EHR systems linked to higher costs

Final agreement ending Cincinnati alliance is signed

St. Vincent’s Hospital closes after 160 years

Lawmakers vow to monitor insurers

Policy committee member scrutinizes design of NHIN


A nationally regarded health information technology privacy and security expert had some self-described harsh words to say about the performance thus far of the federal government in designing a proposed national health information network that would protect patient privacy while permitting …


Two Democrats said they would use their posts on congressional oversight committees to ensure that insurance companies do not take shortcuts when they begin to comply with tighter industry restrictions and chided several insurers that they say already have. …


Despite surviving the Great Depression and severe outbreaks of cholera and AIDS, St. Vincent’s Hospital in Greenwich Village permanently closed its doors today after 160 years, shutting down the last Catholic hospital in New York City. …


The parties to the Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati signed a final agreement that effectively puts an end to what once was a regionally dominant league of five healthcare organizations. The resolution follows a memorandum of understanding reached in March. …


Researchers from the business school at Arizona State University, Tempe, say their work suggests electronic health-record systems in hospitals increase hospital costs, nurse staffing levels and the incidence of complications, but lower mortality rates for some conditions, according to a published …

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