The Metropolitan Museum of Art's "Museum Workout" is a combination of performance, exercise, and an art tour, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Maryland, and New York.
On Tuesday, Steven Brill published a ranking of the health system CEOs paid the most "for each day a patient spends in their hospital." But while reasonable people can disagree about whether CEOs are paid appropriately, the Daily Briefing's Josh Zeitlin argues that Brill's metric isn't very illuminating, for three big reasons.
Traditionally, ICUs have limited families' access to patients—but now more hospitals are incorporating ICU patients' family members into care decisions, hoping to improve outcomes and cut costs, Meredith Cohn writes for the Baltimore Sun.
More than one-third of Americans don't know that the ACA and Obamacare are the same law, according to a new poll—and some industry experts say the findings could muddle the debate as lawmakers work to repeal and replace the ACA.
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