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Workers’ Comp Reform Could Boost Primary Care Costs
An overhaul of California’s workers’ compensation system could lead to higher costs for primary care services and lower costs for specialty health care services, according to a report from the Workers Compensation Research Institute, the Sacramento Business Journal reports (Johnson, Sacramento Business Journal, 4/8).
What Does the Future Hold for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers? 6 Observations & Concerns
Hospitals and health systems today are confronted by a number of challenges that could ultimately impact how they deliver care. From reduced reimbursement to increased government scrutiny and anticipated provider shortages, we anticipate the future forecast for these providers will be a cloudy one. Here are six observations on the current climate surrounding hospitals and health systems.
If you live in Southern California, then you know that busy freeways mean you have to be prepared for anything – at any time.
LOS ANGELES (KABC) — A California court has ruled that using a smartphone to check a map feature violates the state’s distracted-driving law