Julie Appleby, Kaiser Health News

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Name: Julie Appleby, Kaiser Health News
Date registered: September 6, 2017
URL: http://khn.org

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  1. Energy-Hog Hospitals: When They Start Thinking Green, They See Green — August 16, 2018
  2. Advances In Treating Hep C Lead To New Option For Transplant Patients — August 13, 2018
  3. Pharmacy-Made Pain Creams Flagged On Fears Of Medicare Fraud And Risk — August 9, 2018
  4. Pharmacy-Made Pain Creams Flagged On Fears Of Medicare Fraud And Risk — August 9, 2018
  5. Doling Out Pain Pills Post-Surgery: An Ingrown Toenail Not The Same As A Bypass — June 22, 2018

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Energy-Hog Hospitals: When They Start Thinking Green, They See Green

Some hospitals have taken steps to be more energy-efficient. Though at times these changes barely represent rounding errors in their budgets, comprehensive efforts are beginning to make a difference.

Advances In Treating Hep C Lead To New Option For Transplant Patients

The opioid epidemic has increased the number of donated organs. Until recently, though, organs from donors who died of drug overdoses were often discarded because an estimated 30 percent of them were infected with hepatitis C.

Pharmacy-Made Pain Creams Flagged On Fears Of Medicare Fraud And Risk

Inspector general identifies possible problems in nearly 23 percent of pharmacies that bill Medicare for blended creams, gels and lotions.

Pharmacy-Made Pain Creams Flagged On Fears Of Medicare Fraud And Risk

Inspector general identifies possible problems in nearly 23 percent of pharmacies that bill Medicare for blended creams, gels and lotions.

Doling Out Pain Pills Post-Surgery: An Ingrown Toenail Not The Same As A Bypass

As the opioid epidemic rages, a Johns Hopkins surgeon and researcher is leading an effort to curb overprescribing by offering procedure-specific guidelines to ensure that post-surgical patients leave the hospital with enough, but not too much, pain medication.

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