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  • Orlando Health buys 5 radiology centers

    Orlando Health and a radiology practice group have teamed up to purchase Boston Diagnostic Imaging, an Orlando-based outpatient diagnostic center with five locations in Central Florida. The hospital system and Medical Center Radiology Group, which is...
  • A Checklist For Speeding Innovation

    A Checklist For Speeding Innovation
    With an aging population and very expensive medical care, the United States faces a crisis. Health care spending threatens the security and well-being of the nation. In response, health care reformers are striving for the "triple aim." They hope to...
  • How will Google, Apple shake up car insurance industry?

    How will Google, Apple shake up car insurance industry?
    Car insurance industry, meet potential disrupters Google and Apple. Currently, nearly all mainstream insurers that offer driver-monitoring programs use relatively expensive devices that plug into a portal under the dashboard. Usage-based insurance...
  • Powerful typhoon plows into Philippines

    MANILA, Philippines Typhoon Hagupit slammed into the eastern Philippines Saturday, pounding communities with torrential rains and howling winds. More than half a million people huddled in evacuation centers, officials said. Hagupit's winds were packed...
  • Obamacare enters new phase over the weekend with little fanfare

    Obamacare enters new phase over the weekend with little fanfare
    President Barack Obama's plan to extend private health coverage to the uninsured entered a new uncertain phase on Saturday as U.S. government-backed online insurance marketplaces opened their 2015 plans to millions of potential enrollees. The HealthCare....
  • Cicero landlord convicted of murder in 2010 fire that killed 7 people

    Cicero landlord convicted of murder in 2010 fire that killed 7 people
    A jury Monday convicted a Cicero landlord of murder in an arson fire on Valentine's Day, 2010, that killed seven people, including four children, according to prosecutors and court records. Lawrence Myers, 64, wanted to burn down his building in the...
  • Year 2 of Obamacare enrollment brings new hurdles

    Year 2 of Obamacare enrollment brings new hurdles
    The low-key start of the Affordable Care Act's second open enrollment period Saturday marked an improvement over last year's disastrous launch, but consumers and officials face a new set of challenges in the coming months. The federal website appeared to...
  • Hopkins excluded from some plans on Md. health exchange

    Hopkins excluded from some plans on Md. health exchange
    Consumers who buy certain policies from UnitedHealthcare through the Maryland health exchange will not be able to use Johns Hopkins physicians or hospitals, the health system and insurer said Thursday. Hopkins, one of the biggest systems in the state,...
  • Getting what you pay for in the ACA

    Getting what you pay for in the ACA
    On Saturday, a new round of open enrollment starts for the Affordable Care Act. The health insurance exchanges will remain open until February. This is a time for celebration. After all, millions of Americans, including those with disabilities or pre-...
  • Virginia's biggest insurer won't grandfather plans, but at least one company will

    Virginia's biggest insurer won't grandfather plans, but at least one company will
    Virginia's largest health insurer won't be grandfathering policies that don't meet Affordable Care Act standards, despite a last-minute change in state law that would allow it to do so. Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield said this week that the wheels...
  • GBMC doctors join push to improve patient care, save money

    GBMC doctors join push to improve patient care, save money
    The first thing patients probably notice when walking into the new doctors offices at Greater Baltimore Medical Center is there is no waiting room. Patients go directly to an exam room, where doctors, nurses and other staff are supposed to cycle in...