However, more than 80% of LifePoint Health shareholders rejected an executive golden parachute proposal worth nearly $120 million, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from New Jersey, Tennessee, and Wisconsin.
CMS Administrator Seema Verma says the agency's newly proposed rule "would give Medicare Advantage plans more flexibility to innovate in response to patients' needs" by "allow[ing] additional telehealth benefits, which will promote access to care in a more convenient and cost-effective manner for patients."
When the gunman accused of killing 11 in a Pittsburgh synagogue Saturday arrived at Allegheny General Hospital, he was shouting anti-Semitic slurs. What he didn't know was that members of the team keeping him alive—an ED doctor and a nurse—were Jewish, according to the hospital's president.
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