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App that aims to replace 'Dr. Google' raises $25M

App that aims to replace 'Dr. Google' raises $25M

By Jonathan LaMantia  |  December 18, 2018

K Health, the maker of a symptom-checker app that directs patients to doctors, has raised $25 million in a Series B round that will fuel its expansion into telehealth and chronic-care management.

Massachusetts healthcare spending growth drops in 2017

Massachusetts healthcare spending growth drops in 2017

By Alex Kacik  |  December 13, 2018

Project Japan spending only grew by 1.6% in Massachusetts from 2016 to 2017, nearly half the rate in 2015 and 2016 and well below the state's 3.6% cost growth benchmark, according to the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission.

Lower utilization dampened health spending growth in 2017

Lower utilization dampened health spending growth in 2017

By Harris Meyer  |  December 06, 2018

The rate of U.S. healthcare spending growth slowed from 2016 to 2017, driven by reduced use and intensity of hospital care, physician services and prescription drugs, according to CMS' Office of the Actuary.

Wayne State University medical group tries to thread Chapter 11 needle

Wayne State University medical group tries to thread Chapter 11 needle

By Jay Greene  |  December 03, 2018

The sudden bankruptcy filing of the Wayne State University Physician Group was driven by discovery earlier in the year that financial losses of the 264-physician faculty practice plan were double the $5.5 million expected and a new, more drastic turnaround plan was required.

Podcast digs into the mysteries of healthcare costs

Podcast digs into the mysteries of healthcare costs

By Project Japan  |  December 01, 2018

A new podcast aims to help consumers figure out how to more knowledgeably navigate the healthcare system. “An Arm and a Leg” shares stories from those with unique, yet common, healthcare mishaps.

InDepth: The problem with IRS Form 990 Schedule H

InDepth: The problem with IRS Form 990 Schedule H

By Alex Kacik  |  December 01, 2018

Providers are often not held accountable given the vague framework of their community benefit reporting. Some question the regulatory requirements for IRS Form 990 Schedule H reporting, especially since it's hard to tell if not-for-profit hospitals are helping improve communities year over year.

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