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Last week in health care

As far as health news for Americans last week was, much like a circus fire, INTENSE. Here in the Capital “Thunder” Dome there was the braying of donkeys, the stampeding of elephants, the crunching sound of every member of the health care community beating their skulls against the walls, and the immense heat of electronic […]

Medicaid block grant HC Triage and a quiz.

So you’re an audio/visual learner. Maybe you prefer to watch Aaron Carroll talk about Medicaid block grants on Healthcare Triage. Five minutes to being smart enough to policy wrestle any date in the D.C. metro area this week. THERE WILL BE A QUIZ. 1.) What are some of the “perverse incentives” created by Medicaid’s current […]

Thank you for marching. Love, Me.

I knew by last Wednesday I wouldn’t make it to the march. My six-year-old had had a fever for 3 days, I was calling out of work and trying to get him to the doctor, and my nursing work schedule included non-negotiable 12 hour shifts on Friday and Sunday. I was desperately sad when I […]

Virginia Gov: Health Commissioner gives standing orders for residents to receive opioid reversal drug

Health emergency, standing orders for Virginian’s to get naloxone from pharmacy! (But please not in glass ampoules)

Many Well-Known Hospitals Fail To Score 5 Stars In Medicare’s New Ratings | Kaiser Health News

Of the 102 hospitals that received a five-star rating, few are among the elite generally praised for great care. Major academic health centers did not shine. Is the star rating an unfair measure? Source: Many Well-Known Hospitals Fail To Score 5 Stars In Medicare’s New Ratings | Kaiser Health News My hospital scored four stars, […]

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