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October 18, 2017

Member News:

The Observer-Reporter reports about the lung cancer screening program offered by Monongahela Valley Hospital.

Erie Online reports about Saint Vincent Hospital’s and UPMC Hamot’s event to promote Breast Cancer Awareness month.

The Times Leader reports about Geisinger chief executive officer’s meeting with community leaders on issues in their communities.

The Tribune-Review reports about the major investment by Allegheny Health Network and Highmark Health in new facilities to expand access to high-quality, health care in the region.

State Budget:

The Morning Call reports on the Pennsylvania House vote on a funding package.

State News:

The York Dispatch reports about Governor Wolf’s $1 million grant to fight drug addiction. HAP members cited

The Tribune-Review reports about the first company in Pennsylvania to begin growing medical marijuana.

The Observer-Reporter reports about the new Senate Bill to improve behavioral health services for patients.

Health Reform:

The New York Times reports that two Senators have struck a deal on health insurance subsidies.

ABC News reports about the President’s changing views regarding health insurance subsidies.

The New York Times reports that the decrease in subsidies could help consumers in certain health plans.

Opioids:

The Patriot-News reports about grants awarded to Pennsylvania health systems to fight opioid addiction. HAP members cited

The Northwest Indiana Times reports about the need for doctors to protect themselves in the midst of the opioid abuse epidemic.

Medicare and Medicaid:

FierceHealthcare reports that millions were saved by Medicare with the Pioneer ACO model.

Health IT:

HealthTech reports about the use of data analytics to improve patient care. HAP member cited

Medical News:

Healio reports that obesity may impact fertility in young adults. HAP member cited

Miscellaneous:

FierceHealthcare reports about new guidelines to reduce unnecessary lab tests.

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