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GOP passes healthcare bill
By 03:11 pm May 04, 2017
Passage of the ACHA has Republicans celebrating, but those who oppose the bill say the fight isn't over.
GOP passes healthcare bill
By Susan Morse 02:37 pm May 04, 2017
Congress voted 217 to 213 Thursday to pass the American Health Care Act to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
bionic hand
By Bernie Monegain 01:41 pm May 04, 2017
UK developers says technology enables hand to respond automatically to certain objects.
iphone mobile breach
By Bill Siwicki 01:09 pm May 04, 2017
And physicians, nurses, executives and other healthcare staff are all carrying devices that are easily lost or stolen.
Blockchain in healthcare
By Mike Miliard 12:40 pm May 04, 2017
Altarum Institute, Hashed Health believe so, and they are partnering to develop distributed ledger technologies to benefit value-based reimbursement.
Mount Sinai owes OIG $42 million
By Bernie Monegain 11:22 am May 04, 2017
New York hospital owes millions for improperly billed Medicare claims in 2012 and 2013, but the recovery period may have passed.
HIMSS Precision Medicine Summit
By Tom Sullivan 10:35 am May 04, 2017
The two-day event features more than 20 experts sharing insights about precision medicine in the here-and-now and the promise it holds for the future.
Obamacare repeal

Speaker Paul Ryan talks about the GOP's healthcare bill changes on May 4. Photo via Twitter.

By Susan Morse 09:53 am May 04, 2017
House has scheduled votes at 10:15 a.m. and 1:15 p.m., with the repeal vote likely in the afternoon, according to Politico.
Republican healthcare bill ACHA

CMS Administrator Seema Verma, Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of HHS Tom Price walking through the capital building on May 3, 2017, after meeting about the GOP healthcare bill. Photo via Twitter.

By Kaiser Health News 09:40 am May 04, 2017
House leaders stressed that they are still working to muster a majority to pass the bill, originally scheduled for full floor vote in March.
IBM Watson Tiatros AI PTSD
By Tom Sullivan 08:26 am May 04, 2017
Rate at which veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder completed psychotherapy programs jumped from under 10 percent to 73 percent.  

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