Beth Jones Sanborn

Beth Jones Sanborn is Managing Editor of Healthcare Finance.

Cleveland Clinic's main campus. Photo courtesy of Cleveland Clinic

By Beth Jones Sanborn 01:24 pm July 25, 2017
Expanded relationship includes CVS Health joining Cleveland Clinic's Quality Alliance, CVS Health said.
upcoding healthcare lab tests

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By Beth Jones Sanborn 03:22 pm July 05, 2017
DOJ says court documents show Carolinas upcoded numerous tests, triggering higher payouts from government programs.
Anthem settlement
By Beth Jones Sanborn 12:38 pm June 27, 2017
Per agreement, lawyer fees will soak up a third of the $115 million fund, boiling down to less than a dollar each for the 78.8 million breach victims.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 02:27 pm June 19, 2017
Expert Julie Hurley will address pitfalls in "Securing and Illuminating the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain" webinar on Wednesday.
St. Luke's-Roosevelt HIPAA fine

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By Beth Jones Sanborn 10:32 am May 24, 2017
The settlement stems from 2014 OCR complaint that staff member from Spencer Cox Center disclosed a patient's protected health information.
Slavitt takes new job at AVIA
By Beth Jones Sanborn 01:14 pm May 11, 2017
The announcement comes about two months after the former CMS acting administrator took on an advisory role with Bipartisan Policy Center.
Hospital medical errors
By Beth Jones Sanborn 10:01 am April 14, 2017
Tool allows purchasers to estimate the number of avoidable deaths among covered lives, related financial details.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 11:40 am March 30, 2017
AMA survey found administrative burden, stress, and lack of time were among the top physician challenges.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 11:32 am March 27, 2017
Bardis, who served for 15 years as CEO of the revenue cycle and supply chain management technology developer, will be assistant secretary for administration at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
NYC H+H Epic EHR
By Beth Jones Sanborn 03:33 pm February 16, 2017
New York City Health + Hospitals, whose CMIO resigned last March citing patient safety concerns ahead of the Epic go-live, is extending the next phase of its EHR implementation. 

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