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Feb. 26: John Boland: Changing Times Call for New Business Models
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Feb. 15: Dean Coddington: Continued Controversy as Implementation of the ACA Moves Forward
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Feb. 5: John Harris: Will Medicare ACOs Move Market Share?
Jan. 29: Mike Alkire: To Rid Health Care of Waste: Measure First, Then Cut
Jan. 29: Michael Abrams and Rita Numerof: Why the Industry Is Headed Toward Bundled Pricing
Jan. 28: Ken Perez: The Rising Tide of Hospital Layoffs
Jan. 22: Rick Cameron: Physician Compensation: The Future Road to Measuring Fair Market Value
Jan. 18: Kevin Neuman: Engaging Clinicians in Reducing Non-Labor Costs Requires an Evidence-Based Approach
Jan. 18: John Fink & Kevin Kennedy: OIG Guidance on Comanagement Agreements
Jan. 11: Bill Fera: Cultivating Collaboration in a Patient-Centric World
Jan. 7: Dean Coddington: Hard-Nosed Primary Care Can Limit Healthcare Costs
Jan. 7: Stuart Showalter: Newtown Raises Important Questions for Hospitals
Jan. 7: John Harris: Rewarding Physicians Under New Revenue Models
Jan. 3: Christine Malcolm: Toward a Healthy Future for Our Nation: Reflections on the National Market for Children's Services and the Evolving Role of Children's Hospitals
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