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Readers need details if their employer self-insures

AOL’s about-face on cuts to its 401(k) program raises some other interesting issues regarding employee privacy and employers that self-insure for the medical benefits they extend to workers. Self-insurance is

The multi-billion-dollar self-help industry

Before that fresh new-calendar feeling wears off, you might want to take time in this early part of the year to check up on the various practitioners in the self-improvement

Health dept stats track medical marijuana dollars

Oregon’s medicinal marijuana business is booming, according to an Oregonian story by Noelle Crombie. She writes that the state now has about 35,500 sites growing marijuana. She says large operations

Covering hospital finances: Challenges

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Covering hospitals: Core concepts and terms

Our popular business beat basics series is now available all in one place in ebook form for your convenience. Go here to download the Reynolds Center’s free ebook, Business Beat

Covering hospitals: An introduction

Our popular business beat basics series is now available all in one place in ebook form for your convenience. Go here to download the Reynolds Center’s free ebook, Business Beat

Find health care systems’ local growth in EMMA

Andrew Conte and Luis Fabregas of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review wanted to know how much money hospitals were shelling out to build new facilities within a mile of existing ones. They saw

$1,300 bill becomes story exploring ER costs

Stephen Nohlgren of the St. Petersburg Times uses the $1,300 ER bill of a local man who sought treatment for a toothache to explain why emergency-room costs are so high.

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