August 27, 2014
San Diego-based Sharp HealthCare announced on Tuesday that it has dropped out of the Pioneer ACO program, the 10th Pioneer ACO to do so.
"Sleep drunkenness," or confusion arousal, affects about one in seven Americans, according to a study in Neurology.
The Daily Briefing spoke with Hamza Hasan about why a tenth Pioneer ACO has decided to jump ship and what it could mean for other participants.
Procrastination has more to do with a person's emotions than time management skills—making breaking the bad habit a psychological exercise instead of a pedantic one, Derek Thompson writes in The Atlantic.
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