Our Healthcare Hot Topics of the Week

Life is hectic, we know, so here’s a recap of the Healthcare Weekly Hot Topics you can’t afford to miss:

1)  Wyoming Couple Admits to Falsely Billing Medicaid for Disabled Children
SF Gate, October 30, 2013

2)  Michigan’s Two Largest Health Information Exchanges Agree to Share Patient Data
Crains, October 30, 2013

3)  CHE Trinity Health Selects Former CMS Innovation Center director as CEO
Crains, October 30, 2013

4)  Part B Medicare Premiums Won’t Go Up in 2014
USA Today, October 28, 2013

5)  Michigan Karmanos Cancer Center to join McLaren Health System
Crains, October 30, 2013

6)  Federal Healthexchange Gets Help From the Experts
Associated Press, October 31, 2013

7)  CMS Will Fix Federal Healthexchange by November 30, 2013
The Hill, October 31, 2013

8)  Florida Nursing Assistant in Assisted Living Facility Gets 3 years in Prison for Stealing Patient Identities and HIPAA Violations
McNight Long Term Care News, October 31, 2013

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