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TIME

How We Chose the 50 Most Influential People in Health Care of 2018
TIME
The American health care system has been plagued for decades by major problems, from lack of access to uncontrolled costs to worrying rates of medical errors. And yet, real as those issues remain, the field has also given rise to extraordinary innovation.



Harvard Business Review

3 Steps for Engaging Health Care Providers in Organizational Change
Harvard Business Review
One of the hardest things about introducing innovation or change in organizations is getting people on board. This is especially true in health care. As health care organizations are being pressured to cut costs, reduce medical errors, and adopt both ...



CBS News

Your employer's health plan will cost more in 2019
CBS News
As American workers approach this year's open-enrollment season for employer-sponsored health care plans, they can expect the same bad news they've been hearing for years: Workers are once again getting hit with more of the costs of their coverage in ...
7 Factors to Consider When Shopping for Health InsuranceU.S. News & World Report

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Kaiser Family Foundation

KFF Election Tracking Poll: Health Care in the 2018 Midterms
Kaiser Family Foundation
In an expansive look at the 2018 midterm elections, the latest KFF Health Tracking Poll includes an in-depth examination of the role health care may be playing in midterm elections nationally, as well as in Florida and Nevada, two bellwether states ...
Health Care Tops Guns, Economy As Voters' Top IssueKaiser Health News
Voters want more health care; women want more DemocratsWashington Post

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Washington Post

The Health 202: It's triple trouble for Republicans on health care
Washington Post
As we've written extensively at The Health 202, Democrats have spent this election cycle running full-steam ahead on charges that Republicans want to do away with protections for Americans with preexisting conditions. This week, they seized on ...
Republican Candidates Play Defense Over Health CareWall Street Journal
When my former colleagues in Congress attack health care, they attack meThe Hill
Midterm Election Could Reshape Health PolicyNPR
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TIME

Eating Fish May Help Keep You Healthy Into Old Age, Study Says
TIME
Certain fats found in seafood may help keep you healthy for years to come, according to a new study published in the BMJ. Higher blood levels of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids — healthy fats found in foods such as fish, nuts, leafy greens and ...
4 Your Health: Feeling better with seafoodKVOA Tucson News

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Healthcare IT News

Integration platform leads to enhanced quality reporting at Osler Health
Healthcare IT News
New Jersey-based Osler Health is a clinically integrated network of physicians who work collaboratively to deliver quality care for 86,000 lives in value-based contracts. The network transformed into an accountable care organization from an independent ...



Axios

The ACA has helped, not hurt, the health care industry
Axios
By the numbers: The S&P 500 health care index, which tracks the stocks of 63 major companies, has soared by 186% since the ACA became law. By comparison, the S&P 500 and Dow Jones increased by 141% and 139%, respectively, according to FactSet.
Private Medicaid Plans Receive Billions In Tax Dollars, With Little OversightNPR

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Brookings Institution (blog)

Wearable device data and AI can reduce health care costs and paperwork
Brookings Institution (blog)
Though digital technology has transformed nearly every corner of the economy in recent years, the health care industry seems stubbornly immune to these trends. That may soon change if more wearable devices record medical information that physicians can ...



Atlanta Journal Constitution

Study: As planet warms, mental health issues expected to increase
Atlanta Journal Constitution
“The most important point of this [new] study is that climate change, indeed, is affecting mental health, and certain populations (women and the poor) are disproportionally impacted,” Jonathan Patz, a professor and director of the Global Health ...


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