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    Amazon closing One Medical corporate offices

    The e-commerce giant is reducing the primary care operator’s corporate footprint days after confirming plans to lay off One Medical employees.

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    Primary care providers Marathon Health and Everside Health merge

    The Denver- and Indianapolis-based systems will fully integrate by the end of the year and serve approximately 2.5 million patients at 680 care sites.

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    Molina’s redeterminations losses reach 500K members

    As for Medicare Advantage, the insurer said it expects proposed 2025 rates other payers have slammed as a cut would actually boost its benchmark rate.

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    Senate finance committee weighs healthcare AI oversight

    Lawmakers considered how to prevent artificial intelligence from worsening bias or improperly denying coverage at a Feb. 8 hearing.

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    Tenet says its upcoming ‘new era’ will be fueled by ambulatory surgeries

    The Dallas-based provider also reported fourth quarter earnings on Thursday that beat Wall Street’s expectations for revenue.

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    UnitedHealth COO Dirk McMahon to retire

    McMahon is leaving after two decades at the insurer.

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    Walgreens replaces healthcare unit lead in latest executive shakeup

    Mary Langowski, who previously worked on CVS' healthcare services strategy, will replace John Driscoll as president of Walgreens’ U.S. Healthcare segment.

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    HHS ambassador Ty Greenhalgh on what to expect from federal cybersecurity guidance in healthcare

    Ty Greenhalgh discusses what the Biden administration’s cybersecurity performance goals mean for the industry, and how they could lead to a tightening of the HIPAA Security Rule.

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    CVS cuts 2024 outlook on Medicare Advantage caution

    The insurer on Wednesday joined its peers in slamming proposed MA payment rates as insufficient given the dogged increase in medical costs.

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    AHA calls for more payer oversight in No Surprises dispute resolution

    In comments on a proposed rule, the American Hospital Association argued regulators haven’t fully addressed how they’ll handle oversight for some situations, like when an insurer fails to pay after a dispute determination.

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    Amazon cuts hundreds of One Medical, Amazon Pharmacy jobs

    The layoffs come after the CEO praised the divisions’ “momentum” on a fourth-quarter earnings call.

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    HHS settles cybersecurity investigation with Montefiore Medical Center

    The nonprofit will pay $4.75 million to settle allegations that data security failures allowed an employee to steal and sell the protected health information of thousands of patients.

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    UCSF Health to acquire two Dignity hospitals in San Francisco

    The purchase comes as Dignity’s parent CommonSpirit Health has struggled financially, posting a $441 million operating loss in its first quarter.

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    Cano Health to be delisted from NYSE after filing for bankruptcy

    The primary care chain said it wouldn’t appeal the New York Stock Exchange’s decision to remove it from trading.

    Updated Feb. 6, 2024
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    HCA Healthcare taps new CIO

    The announcement comes a week after the for-profit operator also announced a replacement for its CFO.

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    Centene echoes Humana’s concerns about proposed MA rate drop

    On the insurer’s earnings call, analysts peppered Centene with questions about its Medicare Advantage business until its CFO attempted to change the subject.

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    Humana flags potential MA funding dip if proposed rate notice finalized

    Despite the uncertainty, the insurer reaffirmed its earnings outlook for 2025.

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    Q&A

    BeMe’s CEO Nicki Tessler on digital behavioral health programs and payer partnerships

    Depression and anxiety climbed among teens during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nicki Tessler, CEO and cofounder of BeMe Health, breaks down solutions.

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    Healthcare job growth reached three-decade high in 2023

    The sector added 650,000 jobs over the year — its most prolific year of growth in decades.

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    Providence erases or refunds $158M in medical bills

    The Renton, Washington-based nonprofit health system plans to spend millions to settle allegations it skirted charity care obligations between 2018 and 2023.

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    Telehealth availability for mental healthcare varies by state, study finds

    Mental health treatment can be challenging to access. Telehealth could help expand the number of people who receive care, but virtual care availability can be hindered by location, according to a new study.

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    Walgreens lays off another 145 employees

    The drugstore retailer said it still has “significant cost savings and growth goals to deliver” as it confirmed further downsizing of its workforce.

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    HHS finalizes rule on telehealth at opioid treatment programs

    The rule marks the first substantial changes to treatment and delivery standards at opioid treatment programs in more than 20 years.

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    Cigna is still interested in Medicare

    The health insurer sees Medicare Advantage as an area for future growth, despite selling the division for $3.7 billion. Cigna’s CEO called the sale a “win-win” on a call with investors Friday.

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    Medicare Advantage plans could see rates dip slightly in 2025

    The CMS proposed a 0.2% dip in MA rates. However, analysts said regulators will likely improve the payment rate in the final notice.