This computer can predict whether you'll die this year. (Just don't ask how it works.)

Researchers at Geisinger have developed an algorithm that uses electrocardiogram (ECG) data to determine whether a person will die within a year, Geisinger recently announced.

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The 4 lessons AdventHealth CEO Terry Shaw learned from his wife's car crash

When AdventHealth CEO Terry Shaw's wife was hospitalized following a car accident, he was frustrated at how difficult the process was to navigate, and that led him to implement four major changes at his own health system, Shaw writes on LinkedIn.

Democratic candidates are still split on health reform. What do voters think?

Presidential candidates largely took a break from rehashing their stances on so-called "Medicare for All" proposals during last week's Democratic primary debate. But new polling suggests voters don't want a break from Medicare-for-All debates—they want more details, Ashley Fuoco Antonelli writes.

Bloomberg has entered the Democratic presidential race. Here's where he stands on health care.

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (D) on Sunday announced that he has entered the race for the 2020 Democratic nomination for president, and a video launching his campaign touched on his views regarding health care reform.

Around the Nation: Massachusetts lawmakers approve bill to ban all flavored tobacco and vaping products

The bill now heads to Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker (R), who has not indicated whether he will sign the measure, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Maryland, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania.

Calls for e-cigarette regulations intensify as vaping illness cases reach nearly 2,300

More public health experts and groups are calling on the Trump administration to ban flavored e-cigarettes—an intensifying push that came just days before President Trump in a meeting with industry stakeholders voiced concerns about the effect of such a ban.

Hundreds of hospitals sue HHS for cutting Medicare reimbursements

Hundreds of hospitals last week filed lawsuits claiming HHS illegally reduced their Medicare reimbursements.

Weekly review: The 12 'rising stars' shaping health care, according to TIME

How a doc and NP got creative when a patient started hemorrhaging midflight, the four big ways Microsoft wants to change health care, and more.