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Examining the ‘Copy and Paste’ Function in the Use of Electronic Health Records

NIST publishes findings and safety recommendations from its review of “copy and paste” practices within EHR clinical documentation tools.

Trump, Congressional GOP Back Off From Immediate Obamacare Repeal

In an interview with Bill O’Reilly, President Trump dials back the timeline to develop an ACA replacement plan, saying “I would like to say by the end of the year, at least the rudiments.”

Uncertainty, Headwinds Hurt Final Marketplace Enrollment Total

Tim Jost provides commentary on Healthcare.gov’s final enrollment figures: 9.2 million individual enrollments, of which three million were new consumers.

A tale of two accountable care organizations

Modern Healthcare covers the experiences and associated financial results of two ACOs delivering value-based care to Medicare and private payer beneficiaries simultaneously.

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