While the House and the Department of Justice's decision to seek an additional delay in the lawsuit allays concerns about whether cost-sharing payments to insurers will end immediately, the extension does not clear uncertainty over how the Trump administration will handle the payments.
An Ohio country club's kitchen has been shut down as officials investigate a possible norovirus outbreak that has sickened over 100 people, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Maine, New York, and Ohio.
Aiming to curb its ED wait times, which averaged nearly two hours, MedStar Washington Hospital Center integrated telemedicine into its ED—with dramatic results, Tina Reed reports for the Washington Business Journal.
Worrying is never fun, but the emotion can have some surprising benefits—so long as it's done in just the right amount, according to an editorial published in Social and Personality Psychology Compass.
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